Word from the Head of School

Welcome to IPEKA INTEGRATED Christian School (IICS).

We believe that every child is beautifully and uniquely created in the image of God. At IICS, we cherish every moment and opportunity to educate children, preparing them to embrace their future as lifelong learners with firm faith and Godly character. This is the place where children learn and grow, not only in knowledge and skills but also in spirituality and character.

As clearly stated in our expected school-wide learning results, we want our students to become:

  1. Faithful follower of Christ
  2. Independent critical thinker
  3. Effective English communicator
  4. Prepared member of the global community
  5. Academically prepared as a lifelong learner

IICS educators are committed to building strong and positive partnerships with parents, creating mutual understanding, trust, and respect. This positive partnership will result in the children’s positive attitudes about school and learning. May this school be a blessing to the students and their families.

Proverbs 22:6 tells us “start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old, they will not turn from it”.

Alice Leonardi Liong
in Science and Truth

To educate students holistically based on
Christian values


To be an excellent Christian educational institution which
declares Christ as the source of all wisdom and knowledge

Life-long learner
Respect for all individuals
(Expected Schoolwide Learning results)
1Faithful followers
of Christ
Critical Thinkers
3Effective English Communicators
4Prepared Members of the
Global Community
5Academically Prepared as
Lifelong Learners
Partners in Education
University Destinations

We invite you to explore the opportunities offer at IICS

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IICS Kindergarten uses Australia’s Early Years Learning Frameworks and the NSW Australian curriculum standards to set their outcomes and plans in order to provide early learning experiences for young students to develop in all areas of development. The outcomes and plans ensure our students to develop foundations for their future learning. Through curiosity-promoting and technology integrating activities, students are introduced to their world and taught to connect to it using God’s perspective. Biblical principals are integrated wholly into all learning activities.To provide a firm foundation for academic excellence and to ensure spiritual development, we include subjects such as:

  • Bible
  • English (Phonics, Reading, Writing and Enrichment)
  • Numbers
  • Science
  • Music
  • Mandarin
  • Art
  • Physical Education
  • Ballet and Movement Class / Futsal
  • Character Building

The teaching and learning activities focus on producing individuals who are articulate, knowledgeable, and of sound character, able to make good decisions and function well as members of a free society. Inside and outside of classroom learning experiences encourage and prepare young students to develop necessary skills, such as communication, critical thinking, collaborative, and reflective skills by exposures to science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.


IICS Elementary follows the New South Wales curriculum which cover stage 1-3. A variety of resources are used to achieve the learning standards, which will sharpen the necessary learning skills, and at the same time reaching the desired content knowledge. We conduct lessons with a variety of teaching methods to enhance students’ creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration skills. Bible principles are woven into lessons and integrated into all aspects of students’ daily interactions at school.

Below are the subjects the students learn at the Elementary level:

  • Bible
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Bahasa Indonesia
  • Music
  • Art
  • Mandarin
  • Physical Education

We also provide PPKn (Pendidikan Pancasila dan Kewarganegaraan) for Indonesian citizens and Character & Moral education for expatriate students.
Students are provided with plenty of opportunities to explore their God-given talents and are encouraged to offer their gratitude to God. We are proud of our talented students and support them by offering various non-academics activities. It is in our hearts that they would finally return whatever they have to God, the Giver of all their intellectual, skills, and talents.

Junior High

Junior High The IICS Junior High follows the New South Wales (NSW) curriculum in which Stage 4 and 5 Outcomes are covered. Therefore, Junior High students learn about topics that will prepare them well for more rigorous demands at the next academic level. The classes offered in Junior High are:

  • English
  • Beginner and Advanced Chinese
  • Mathematics
  • Religious Studies
  • G7 Combined Science
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Bahasa Indonesia
  • Information & Communication Technology
  • History
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Physical Education
  • Music (5 options)
  • Visual Arts

In addition to these classes, students of Indonesian citizenship participate in Pendidikan Pancasila dan Kewarganegaraan (PPKn), which educates them on their citizenship here in Indonesia. The expatriate students participate in Indonesian Studies - Culture, which teaches them about Indonesian culture.

At the end of each academic year, the Junior High division provides NAPLAN testing as our Standardized Achievement Test. Upon completion, students are provided with a detailed report of their personal achievement in each area on the test, which will help them understand strengths and areas of improvement. Students also will receive information in regards to their personal ranking in relation to national acceptable standards for students across Australia.

Senior High

The Senior High offers a rigorous academic program anchored in a solid foundation of Biblical truth. Our goal is to educate our students holistically in mind, body and spirit. To this end, our program is based on Christian values, and provides an environment which fosters academic achievement, involvement in co-curricular activities, leadership development, and healthy personal relationships.

Our students have been taking the Higher School Certificate (HSC) Examination approved by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA), Australia since 2001. The HSC is the high school completion credential awarded by NESA. This diploma certificate is awarded to students who have satisfactorily completed both Years 11 and 12, and who sit for the HSC Examinations in their particular subjects. To further equip our students, we also facilitate PSAT and SAT preparation lessons in Years 10 and 12. In addition, since our school is a certified AP and SAT Test Center, we offer Advanced Placement classes that help prepare students to be more competitive in the university admissions process. Finally, we are also proud to say that our graduates have been admitted to top-ranked universities in North America, Australia, Europe, Canada, Indonesia, and other Asian countries.