A Glance of Sekolah Pelita Bangsa

SPB was founded in 2005 as the first international curriculum school in Cirebon. In 2011, SPB became Cambridge International School with ID -171 and in 2014 officially received its license as Satuan Pendidikan Kerjasama (SPK) from the Ministry of Education and Culture. SPB has been accredited “A” (Excellent) by Badan Akreditasi Nasional and is appointed as a regional partner of Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO) and American Math Olympiad (AMO). SPB has worked with the College of Education, Concordia University, USA for many years. In 2018, SPB became an Online HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi) testing center.

The programs offered are designed to be age-appropriate and are crafted to meet International standard. English is primary language of instruction with also emphasis on Bahasa Indonesia and Mandarin. Students in Primary up to Junior College will sit on international benchmark tests provided by Cambridge Assessment International Education, UK which is a division of University of Cambridge, UK. Students also have the options to take HSK test, an international standard to assess their Mandarin fluency and to prepare them for higher education in Mandarin-speaking universities.

The school environment is designed to be welcoming and interesting to students that the school will be their second home. SPB campus with two main buildings is located in a safe residential complex and far from main road. Building A is named after Dewi Sartika, while Building B is named after K.H. Dewantara. School maintain its facilities at its best while applying recent technologies to support education process.

Our Faculty and staff are ready to ensure that students can reach their highest potential in the classroom. Both our Indonesian and expatriate teachers possess not only valuable experience and excellent teaching skills, but also a strong commitment to supporting the specific needs of our students.

We allow parents to be partners in educating our children together. Two ways communication is encouraged between school and home. SPB utilizes many approaches to connect parents with school. CATALYST (SPB Newsletter) has served parents with school updates and articles since 2006 in a digital format. Parents can communicate and monitor their children’s progress through SPB GET ALMA, a learning management digital platform.

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