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When we asked about the schools in Indonesia, they said...

"This is the only International college in Batam. Lecturers are of expat themselves, so only English language is used for lesson delivery. It canl be a challenge if your child is not proficient in English," remarked one expat living in Batam - Harbour Bay with children attending Raffles Institute of Higher Education, Batam.

"The Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS) is one of the best international schools in Indonesia. It is well known for its high academic standards and commitment to promoting international understanding. It offers a rigorous curriculum based on the Common Core State Standards and is open to students of any nationality. It also offers a variety of extracurricular activities and a strong emphasis on social responsibility and sustainability. Binus International School Serpong is one of the top bilingual schools in Indonesia. This K-12 school is considered to be one of the most innovative schools in the country with a modern, state-of-the-art learning environment. Students learn English, Bahasa Indonesia and Mandarin, using a wide range of multimedia-based teaching techniques. Additionally, the school heavily emphasizes the protection of the environment, community service, and social responsibility. Cempaka International School is a well-established international school in Indonesia. It offers the International Baccalaureate Primary Years and Middle Years Programmes, preparing students for college and beyond. The school also offers international-standard sports and music programmes, a variety of extracurricular activities, and a strong emphasis on developing well-rounded, caring, and intelligent individuals," said one expat in with children at .

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