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Appointed Head Girl, Head Boy and Prefects

Throughout the year, students will have opportunities to develop leadership skills and contribute to life at ACG School Jakarta by representing their peers, leading sports teams or by taking on a formal role of leadership. The Head Girl and Head Boy are appointed by the Principal from students in Year 13 following an application and interview process. We are fortunate to have Anisa as our Head Girl and Edwin as our Head Boy. This year, the Head Girl and Head Boy will work closely with teachers and elected prefects. Prefects are appointed by the Principal from students in Year 12 after an application process. We are very pleased to announce that our four prefects are Adam, Adji, Salsabila and Alisha. Congratulations to our prefects on their appointments.

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    Global Village Day 2018

    On 7 December, the whole school celebrated diverse cultures and countries of ACG School Jakarta. Global Village Day, in line with our school mission of international mindedness, was a fantastic way to bring us all together in one big, happy day of celebration and learning. Students, parents and teachers arrived in the morning wearing their…
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    Learner Profile of The Month: Thinkers

    Thinking is one of the attributes of the IB Learner Profile. Thinkers exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically and creatively to recognise and approach complex problems and make reasoned, ethical decisions. Critical and creative thinking are skills we endeavour to teach all students from an early age.
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    Students Benefit from Bespoke Career Advice

    Year 12 and 13 students at ACG School Jakarta received personalised one-to-one career advice from international career coaching service, Swivel Careers, who came from New Zealand to provide students guidance on making choices around their future.