Building the nation through Christ-centered Education

CBCS is a classical, Christian school. Our goal is to provide our students with Christ-centered learning environment, where the students are equipped with a biblical worldview. It’s our desire that we will cultivate the love of Indonesia and the love of learning in the heart of our students.



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School Newsletter (January 2019)


Welcome back to school and Happy 2019! Wade and I enjoyed a wonderful time of restand refreshment visiting family in America over the holiday, and we hope you also wereable to spend quality time together as a family to celebrate the Savior and the gift ofanother year.As you may already know, CBCS was founded by parents who desired a different kind ofeducation for their children. We, as educators, understand that the most importantteacher and influence in a child’s life are the parents, as established and commanded byGod in Deuteronomy 6:4-9,“Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all yourheart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I giveyou today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them whenyou sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you getup. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them onthe doorframes of your houses and on your gates.”At CBCS, we believe our role is to come alongside you in educating your child’s mindwhile simultaneously supporting, encouraging and reinforcing what you are hopefullyteaching in the home regarding the formation of your child’s heart. St. Augustine of Hippoin the first century defined virtue as “properly ordering one’s loves” or in Latin ordoamoris, training children to love, and therefore practice, that which is true, good andbeautiful by the grace of God. This is the core of a classical, Christian education:educating the whole child, heart and mind, so he may serve and lead a godly, informed lifebased on a biblical worldview. Parents and school must walk the same path towards thiscommon goal, so that a unified, consistent message and model can be imparted to yourchildren.This semester, CBCS will begin discussing ways we can become better partners togetherthrough parent meetings like “Breakfast with Wade and Denise”, articles on effectiveparenting, classes on parenting such as Growing Kids God’s Way and Reaching the Heart of Your Teen, and an all-school parent seminar presented by well-respected Christian psychologist, Dr. Julianto Simanjuntak. We look forward this year to growing closer together as a community with a unified vision for the benefit of your children.

Blessings, Denise Strickland, M. Ed

EC/GS Academic Director



We will start our Extracurricular Program this February. There will be several new Extracurricular activities this semester such as DIY Class, Dance Kids, Digital Content for Instagram and many more. The Excul Registration Form will be distributed to all classes on January 15, 2019. The last date for returning the form and payment is January 21 , 2019 to the Reception Office. For more info please contact Ms. Eldaa or Ms. Ance. Register your children to join this Excul Program!

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  1. Early Childhood
  2. Grammar
  3. SOL
  4. SOR

Early Childhood

IMG 5355Early Childhood education provides the strong foundation necessary for the spiritual, academic, and social development of each child. They will learn how to adjust to a school environment, where they will be taught and trained to be able to help themselves. Teachers help students to build relationships with others using Biblical principles.



Grammar School

IMG 1867The first years of schooling are called the “grammar stage.” CBCS Grammar School is comprised of students from Grade 1 to Grade 6. The grammar stage are the years in which the building blocks for all other learning are laid. In the elementary school years the mind is ready to absorb information. Children at this age actually find memorization fun. During this period, students will begin to learn of facts. Students will learn such things as the rules of phonics and spelling, rules of grammar for English writing and speaking, poems, the vocabulary of foreign languages, the stories of history and literature, descriptions of plants and animals and the human body, and the facts of mathematics.



School of Logic

IMG 1616solBy fifth or sixth grade, a child’s mind begins to think more analytically. The “logic stage” is a time when students begin to notice cause and effect, how different fields of knowledge relate, and the way facts fit together into a logical framework. These students begin to develop their natural capacity for abstract thought while continuing to nourish their curiosity.

Our academic goals for the School of Logic students include learning how to become self-learners, learning how to manage their schedules and demands, and learning how to think critically and logically.


School of Rhetoric

IMG 20161028 WA0012The CBCS School of Rhetoric is comprised of 125+ students from Grade 10 to Grade 12. It is the capstone of CBCS Classical Education. This is where the students are trained to become future leaders equipped with Christian worldview and technical skills to go out into the world and become culture changers. Building on the first two stages of the Classical Trivium, students in the “rhetoric stage,” will learn to write and speak with confidence and originality. They learn to apply the rules of logic to the basic information learned in the early grades.



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