Rinjani Indah School is a community based school meeting the educational needs for the growing Kuta and south Lombok Area. We offer an international standard education in conjunction with programs to support holistic child wellbeing and vaules education.
The school is born from a love & belief in education, sense of purpose, and care for Lombok families.
We are determined to see children thrive in a caring, creative and inspiring learning environment. With everyday opportunities to discover & believe in themselves and the world around them.
With the advantage of being a small, enthusiastic community school with a welcoming family atmosphere, we ensure excellent individualised teaching and care for your children.
We believe Rinjani Indah School will give a comprehensive and inspirational education that can equip students for life and for University around the world. If you are looking for a school to continue or begin your child's education, we invite you to join us in the continuing development of this wonderful South Lombok school.
Enrolments are being accepted for the 2018-2019 Rinjani Indah School year. Our curriculum caters to Early Years (TK), 3-6 years; Primary Years (SD) students, 6 to 11 years.
August 2018 will see the commence our Secondary School classes.
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"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
Asih is a Ph.D. candidate in Educational Policy and Leadership Studies at the University of Iowa. Her research interests include school leadership in international contexts, social justice leadership, and school improvement strategies. She is an active member of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), a consortium of higher education institutions dedicated in developing and improving the preparation and practice of educational leaders. She holds a master’s degree in TESOL/Spanish from the University of Northern Iowa and an education specialist degree (Ed.S) in School Curriculum and Assessment Policy from the University of Iowa. She is also trained in program evaluation, and educational measurement and assessment.
Prior to returning to school, she worked as an ESL teacher at the University of Iowa and Kirkwood Community College, both located in Iowa, the United States. Additionally, she has worked as an ESL teacher in Costa Rica and Indonesia.
Pak Nur's encouragement -
"Lombok is a growing economy and will benefit greatly with the availability of better educational infrastructure. I personally welcome Rinjani Indah School for a better innovative future for our young generation in an ever-changing world.
Support from a local education institution; The University of Mataram, proven international curricula and human resources make a convincing guarantee for qualified and innovative education opportunity. This school will surely prepare our children for cross-culltural international communication, a basic requirement to adapt globally.
Supported by qualified Expat and Indonesian teachers with high experience in education will surely make this school value money can't buy."
Scott and Etik
"We want to send our son to Rinjani Indah School because we trust its founders who we know deeply care for children & their learning.
We see their passion and commitment for the wellbeing of every child and their approach to a positive new generation of learning. This is where we want our children to be taught'
Moving to a New School
- A BIG DECISION
An understanding of the difficult decision; starting or moving your children to another School.
A personal journey for some -
As a family living in Lombok we have not been happy with the choices of education for our children here. After researching and visiting other international - standard schools across Indonesia, we felt COMPELLED TO TAKE ACTION and gather like-minded educators, parents and business people to establish a remarkable new school.
For more of our personal story you can read Jacqueline's blog. ( Rinjani Indah School Team Leader )
" A team is not a group of people who work together.
A team is a group of people who trust each other. "
Some Educational Insight Videos - Much is being questioned about the effectiveness of traditional teaching practices. These clips represent some of the thoughts surrounding innovative approaches needed for education today.
Michael Moore documentary clip of on Finland's school system
Three decades ago Finland had an educational system that was doing terribly. They examined their system and concluded they must change their approach.
The People VS the School System
Short video by poet, filmmaker, and inspirational speaker PrinceEA. Challenging us all to consider how we approach a real world issue - Outdated Education.
Changing Educational Paradigms
This brilliant Animate clip was adapted from a talk given by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's [Royal Society of the Arts] Benjamin Franklin award.