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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 (Maret 2019)



CBCS Family,In last month's newsletter, we published the first part of an excellent parenting article byJonathan, "JP" Pokluda, describing the ten habits of extraordinary parents. February'sedition listed the first three habits while this month's edition lists the next threee xtraordinary habits. I was blessed to hear similar parenting truths shared by Dr. Juliantothis past Friday, March 1 at the CBCS Parenting Seminar. What an honor to have him present to our community. We were delighted to see so many of you in attendance,eagerly asking questions and learning together how to parent with intention and in extraordinary ways!

Blessings, Denise Strickland, M. Ed

EC/GS Academic Director


“Parenting is Hard Work, but Don’t Get Discouraged” by JP Pokluda

I’ve closely observed some extraordinary kids and sibling groups and have had the privilege of learning from their parents’ examples. As a result, I believe the following to be true:

  • Extraordinary young adults often come from extraordinary parents.
  • Extraordinary parents often share common practices.

4. Extraordinary parents live as examples

Ordinary parents tell kids that following Jesus and knowing God’s Word are important, but their actions say that work, possessions, sports, and pleasure take priority over the Lord.Ordinary parents urge their kids to respect authority, then routinely bash their boss,government leaders, school administrators, and the police officer who issued them a ticket. Extraordinary parents understand that when children observe hypocrisy at home, it can completely turn a child off to faith. I’ve had the privilege of meeting many young adults whose extraordinary parents woke up early each morning to study Scripture; they had moms who left sweet notes and Bible verses in their lunch box; their fathers wrote Scripture and words of encouragement on the bathroom mirror for them to read. Those extraordinary parents know that modeling an authentic relationship with Jesus is the most important thing they could ever do as parents.Your actions teach children what you really think is important. The best thing you can do for your children is to have an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ.

1 Corinthians 11:1: "Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ."

5. Extraordinary parents ask for forgiveness

I interviewed some of the most extraordinary young adults I know, and one thing I heard consistently was, “When my parents made a mistake, they asked for forgiveness.” All parents make mistakes. The difference is that extraordinary parents own their mistakes and ask for forgiveness. Many ordinary parents are too prideful to recognize or admit their own failings and flaws. Someof the humblest young adults I know learned humility from parents who modeled it, regularly asked for forgiveness, and turned their mistakes into memorable, teachable moments.When is the last time you’ve asked your child for forgiveness? If a month has gone by, it’s probably too long.

Ephesians 6:4: "Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord."

1 John 1:8: "If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us.”

6. Extraordinary parents discipline consistently, calmly, and with care

“Thermostat parents” keep their kids comfortable at all times, avoiding the inconvenience of discipline and protecting their children from consequences. When ordinary parents discipline their kids, they use the shortcuts of anger, strength, and intimidation so a child fears the parent more than the wrong choice they made. Extraordinary parents approach discipline like a referee. Referees never get upset when a player jumps offside. The Ref clearly communicates the offense, calmly explains the predetermined consequence, and enforces it every single time. As I’ve ministered to young adults over the years, I’m convinced of this: Extraordinary kids were disciplined prayerfully, calmly, consistently, and with care.How do you discipline your children?

Proverbs 13:24:"Whoever spares the rod hates their children, but the one who loves their children is careful to discipline them."

Hebrews 12:11:"No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it."


Parent Seminar 2019 with Dr. Julianto Simanjuntak


Praise the Lord!This year CBCS is offering opportunities of scholarships for 8, 9, 11 & 12 grade academic year 2019 - 2020.Application forms are available on March 25-April 6, 2019. In order to receive assistance, please visit the Front Office during regular school hours.


Dear Parents,To make sure our Carpool Procedures runs well and smoothly, we would like to encourage you to hang your family number on the rear view mirror inside your car and to follow the traffic rules which is already made by CBCS and Kota Baru Parahyangan when you send or pick up your child(ren) to and from CBCS. CBCS and Kota Baru Parahyangan has decided the traffic line when you exit CBCS during Carpool, that all cars from CBCS needs to turn left on Bujangga Manik street (in front of CBCS) and are not allowed to make a U turn on Bujangga Manik street during Carpool time:

Morning Carpool : 07.15 am - 08.30 am

Afternoon Carpool : 02.00 pm - 03.45 pm

Thank you for your cooperation to make our Carpool process runs well.

Thank You Note(s)

Our school would like to say thank you to:

1. Mr. Theo, father of Clayton Teo (6C) and Claudius Teo (7A) for donating books to our school library.

2. Mrs. Melinda Sutejo, mother of Owen Tjandra (5B) for donating books to our school library.

Thank you for the kind blessings, may God bless you.

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  3. SOL
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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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