8 Top Rated Schools in Bali
Australian Independent School (AIS)
The Australian Independent School was founded in 1996 and offers an integrated Australian Curriculum from Preschool to Year 10. Senior students able to undertake the International Baccalaureate Diploma program or to complete a Senior Certificate in either Jakarta or Bali. Located in Central Denpasar, the facilities are some of the bests on the island including campus-wide, broadband Wi-Fi, a 25m competition-standard swimming pool, a field for soccer, hockey and rugby, plus a 850sqm multi-purpose court for basketball, netball, Taekwondo, hockey, volleyball, indoor cricket, badminton and tennis. Theres also an amphitheatre, playgrounds, specialist music, art and drama areas, a library, science labs, a cafe, and a canteen. AIS also offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities including, art, sport, and dance classes plus a whole host of educational offerings. Class sizes average 16-22 pupils and scholarships are available. The language of instruction for all subjects is English, except for Indonesian Studies, which will be conducted in the Indonesian language. In secondary school, language options include Japanese, French, Spanish, Korean, and Italian. Fees include tuition and capital levy and uniforms are required.
Canggu Community School (CCS)
Canggu Community School is located in the heart of the bustling expat community of Canggu. Student learning from Pre-K to Year 12 leads to IGCSE and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. The brand spanking new Junior School campus is decked out with an open-aired canteen, 25m swimming pool, football pitch, and playgrounds. CCS enrols 350 students with an average class size of 20 students. There are a number of after-school activities to choose from too, including surfing lessons, arts, sports, music programs, coding club, Model United Nations, GIN, TED Club and more. All classes are conducted in English with mandatory Bahasa lessons until Year 6, then a choice of French or Spanish. Fees are inclusive of tuition plus capital levy, and there is also the opportunity to apply for a scholarship. Uniforms are a requirement, and there is an inviting and inclusive parental support group, FOCCS, that organises many fundraisers throughout the year.
Green School Bali
Green School Bali is set among lush green jungle surrounds near Ubud and has created its own unique curriculum which draws from research-based best practices from around the world. It is specifically designed to teach Green School skills through hands-on experiential learning experiences in the natural environment. The school aims to inspire sustainability in education in the world, setting the bar high to green habits among the youth. Bahasa Indonesia is offered in Pre-K to Year 12 while Spanish and French are available for middle school and high school students who have met Bahasa Indonesia requirements. The school size sits on average around 520 students and the maximum class size is 15-22 students. Extracurricular activities include BSSA sports, gamelan, music, arts, sports, Balinese dance, gymnastics, and surfing. The school also offers a coworking space called The Bridge with WiFi and collaboration spaces for parents who would like a quiet place to work while kids schooling is in session. Tuition and fees range from IDR 167,000,000 for the youngest students to IDR 333,000,000 for High School seniors, which includes tuition and classroom materials. Students are not required to wear uniforms. Scholarships are offered to Balinese students
Lycée Français de Bali (French School Bali)
Tucked away in Kerobokan you will find the French School Bali. Established in 1991, LFB takes children from preschool through senior high school and is accredited by the French Board of Education and partners with the Agence pour l Enseignement Français à l Étranger (AEFE). LFB welcomes students from 2 to 20 years old, French or not, and prepares students for the French Baccalaureate, which combined with TOEFL is a guarantee of homogeneous schooling and possible reintegration into any school system, in France or abroad. A wide range of daily OPEX after-school activities are optional and charged additionally. Facilities include undercover basketball courts, a playground, music room, science lab, library and computer room. Fees include tuition, insurance, administrative costs, school supplies, LFB sportswear (no other uniform required), expenses relating to school outings, and other educational activities. Scholarships may apply to those with French nationality.
Montessori School Bali
Montessori School offers particular programs that nurture childrens development from six weeks to 15 years of age whereby students are guided on learning paths aligned with their stage of development and method. These programs are taught by teachers that are trained through the Association Montessori Internationale, integrating specific features into its curricula like health and wellbeing, life skills, creativity academics, global citizenship, positive relations, leadership, and experiential learning. The campus facility can accommodate up to 280 children and includes building designs inspired by traditional Balinese pavilions, allowing children to move freely while learning extends into nature. There are large covered verandas providing ample space outside the classrooms for children to work while sheltered from sun and tropical rains. After-school activities for primary children include capoeira, Balinese dancing, choir, soccer and cricket, as well as violin. Fees are age-dependent and begin from baby right through to adolescent programs.
Balis ProEducatrion is a unique international school based in Umalas, offering individualised education, an extensive range of extra-curricular activities and on-site specialist support services for children aged five to nineteen. ProEducation School follows the British Curriculum and students receive international accreditation through EdExcel, Primary School Achievement test, IGCSE and A Levels. Additionally, ProEd can provide the internationally accredited ASDAN curriculum for those with additional learning needs, as well as The Duke of Edinburghs Youth Award, allowing for a tailored timetable building on a specific students strengths, whilst supporting individual needs. Facilities include a playground, an open onsite pool, an open-aired playing field, plus a canteen. Fees are grade-dependent.
Sekolah Lentera Kasih (SLK) & Lollypop Preschool
SLK are privately owned Christian schools that offer the National Indonesian Curriculum and the Cambridge Curriculum for Secondary, IGCSE and A-Level. Lollypop Preschool offers classes for toddlers, nursery, kindergarten, and preparatory age children, while SLK offers primary, secondary, and junior college-level curriculum. Facilities include a 25 m swimming pool, football playing field, playground and library. Fees are age-dependent and admissions are open for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Sunrise School is a community-centred campus for children aged 18 months to 14 years and follows the British and International Early Years, Primary and Middle Years Curriculums. Sunrise School is located in the lush greenery of Kerobokan and offers students facilities such as undercover and outdoor basketball courts, a grass field, a playground set among lush green gardens, art rooms and plenty of after-school clubs, including arts and crafts, cooking, drama classes, basketball, soccer, badminton, science, guitar, singing classes and EAL classes. There are approximately 160 children in the school with a capacity of 200, and class sizes are between 10 and 20 children. Fees are age-dependent.