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Amazing opportunities

To complement our international curriculum, we offer an exciting and diverse programme of After School Activities (ASA) and Clubs. In recent years, school curriculums have expanded to better prepare students for a challenging new world. ACG School Jakarta practices this ideology through the IB Primary Years Programme, Cambridge International Examinations and IB Diploma Programme. Our academic focus, teamed with the strong emphasis we place on activities outside of the classroom, help our students develop the intellectual, emotional, cultural, physical and social attributes they need to become well-rounded global citizens.  

Our After School Activities Programme and Clubs run throughout the academic year and provide opportunities for students to participate in enrichment and special interest activities. 

Founded in 2018, the ACG Radio Station (Radio Wolf) allows students to learn and explore professional broadcast practices. They have the chance to write scripts, conduct research and interviews, and produce content using Rodecaster Pro, a fully integrated podcast production studio.

To get involved please contact: Richard Todd

Founded in by 2020, the Assembly Committee is a team of students dedicated to planning, organising, sourcing, collating, producing, and promoting the online Whole School Assemblies with the support of the Student Council, Faculty and Staff, Parents and the wider ACG Community. There are many ways to help including journalism, reporting, presenting, filming, editing, narrating, producing and promoting to name a few. The committee works all year round to produce one assembly per month maximum.

To get involved please contact: Richard Todd

Founded in 2019, MUN (Model United Nations) is a forum for debate on selected global issues which follows the procedures of the actual United Nations conference structure. Delegates are exposed to a network of peers, educators, and changemakers from private and government organisations to inspire their actions and ideas. They prepare opening speeches on issues related to specific UN councils, and then collaborate and debate on draft resolutions to provide solutions to these issues following the rules and conventions of UN debating as they do so. The MUN conference strives to empower students, through these experiences, to become a generation of solvers beyond the walls of the conference venue and challenge themselves to take back what they have learned to change and transform their own communities for the better.

To get involved please contact: Brendan McTiernan

A submission-based online magazine that is entirely student-led and is a place for everyone to contribute to! It is meant to be a fun, positive, and creative space for everyone to enjoy. People can start conversations on any topic, appreciate art, and recognize what everyone has to express. The team releases themed issues monthly and students can submit various pieces such as essays, songs, doodles, literature reviews, graphic designs, or anything else they can imagine. Some of the pieces are also aimed at raising awareness of global environmental and socioeconomic issues.

To get involved please contact: screamzine111@gmail.com or access their website https://screamzine.carrd.co/# for more details and how to contribute.

STEM competitions allow individual or student teams to solve a specific challenge or problem through science, technology, engineering, or mathematics. Many of these challenges are rooted in real-world issues, encouraging our students to use creativity and critical thinking to develop innovative solutions.

To get involved please contact: Abraham Devis

Founded in by 2019, the Yearbook Committee is a team of students dedicated to planning, organising, sourcing, collating, producing and promoting the digital school Yearbook with the support of the Student Council, Faculty and Staff, Parents and the wider ACG Community. There are many ways to help including interviewing, designing, filming, layout, editing, copywriting, producing and promoting to name a few.The committee works all year round to produce one digital yearbook in June of the academic year.

To get involved please contact: Richard Todd

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ACG School Jakarta After School Activities

ACG School Jakarta After School Activites

Sports

View the range of sports on offer.
 

The Arts

Find out more about the arts programme.