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                  INFORMATION BOOKLET 2019
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                                      SCHOOL SCHEDULES

           TIME                              ITEMS                   REFERENCE              CHECKLIST/NOTE

                                                                   Admission
                              Submission of admission
 30 June 2019                                                      Document
                              documents
                                                                   checklist

 2-5 July 2019                Collecting starter pack &
                              purchasing of uniforms, House
                              Color T’shirt and stationary

                                                                   Detail program
                              FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL and
 15 July 2019                                                      (t.b.c)
                              Orientation Day for new students

On the first day of school, the student will have introduction to their teachers (mentor and subjects). They will
undergo activities to make or renew their friendship with classmates and beyond.

All students must report in their complete school uniform.

Students are to report to school by 7.15 and the dismissal times are as follows:
        Year 1 to 2 at 13.30
        Year 3 to 12 at 14.00

SCHOOL HOURS & BREAKS

      LEVEL                  SCHOOL HOURS                LEVEL                  BREAKTIME and LUNCHTIME

      Y1-Y2                   7.15 – 13.15                Y1-Y2                08.15 – 08.45 and 10.45 – 11.15

      Y3-Y6                   7.15 – 14.15                Y3-Y6                09.15 - 09.45 and 11.45 – 12.15

      Y7-Y12                  7.15 – 14.15               Y7-Y12                10.15 – 10.45 and 12.45 – 13.15

                    Y9-Y12: depends on subject combination)

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                                  ADMISSION DOCUMENTS
Please provide the following documents:
 Indonesian Students                                        Foreign Students

 1.   Completed NHJS Registration Form                      1.   Completed NHJS Registration Form
 2.   Completed NHJS Health Form                            2.   Completed NHJS Health Form
 3.   Copy of Birth Certificate                             3.   Copy of Birth Certificate
 4.   Copy of Both Parents’ ID Card (KTP)                   4.   Copy of Both Parents’ Passport & KITAS
 5.   Copy of Family Card(KK)                               5.   Copy of Child’s Passport
 6.   Copy of Child’s Last Report Book                      6.   Copy of Child’s Last Report Book
 7.   Copy of Bank Payment Slip                             7.   Copy of Bank Payment Slip
 8.   Colored Photographs 3x4 (4pcs)                        8.   Colored Photographs 3x4 (4pcs)
 Additional documents for                                   Additional documents for
 Transferred student                                        Transferred student

 1. Withdrawal letter from previous school                  1. Withdrawal letter from previous school
 (authorized by Kepala Diknas Kecamatan &
 Ka Sudin Dikdas Jakarta Barat)                             2. Letter of recommendation from The
 2. Format 8355 and Copy of NISN                            Ministry Education of Republic Indonesia
 3. Copy of School Accreditation Certificate
 4. Copy of Operational License Letter

                                            The documents must be submitted by 30 June 2019 at the latest to the school
                                            or within two weeks (maximum days) after receiving acceptance letter.
                                            Students will not be registered in DIKNAS online system if their documents
                                            are incomplete.

                                            Sample of required documents for transferred student:

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                                              DRESS CODE
At NHJS, we have strong commitment to the maintenance of high standards; this includes those of grooming and
uniform. How a student wears the uniform gives a clear message about how the students see themselves and their
school. As member of this community, all students are expected to wear the uniform with pride and groom
themselves appropriately.

    Grooming
    1. Hair must be students’ natural color and it is to be kept neat and tidy.
    2. Excessive use of gel and all extremes styles are not permitted.
    3. Girls’ hair that is longer than shoulder length is to be tied back from the face. Fringes and other lengths of
         hair to be off the face and out of the eyes.
    4. Boys’ hair is to be of a gradual even grade, and is to be off the collar, ear and face.
    5. Boys are to be cleanly shaven. Side burns are not to extend beyond the bottom of theearlobe.
    6. No make-up or nail varnish is to be worn.
    7. Lip gloss must be clear, and can only used if student has medical condition or chapped lips.
    8. Black school shoes are to be clean and polished (if applicable).

    School Attire Prices
    We would like to inform you about the prices for the school attire. You can buy them in our bookstore.
    Kindly find the price below:
    1. Pri-Sec Uniform – Shirt : Rp. 120.000 – Rp. 140.000
    2. Pri-Sec Uniform – Pants : Rp. 130.000 – Rp. 150.000
    3. Pri-Sec Uniform – Dress : Rp. 180.000 – Rp. 200.000
    4. Sec. Uniform – Trousers : Rp. 180.000 – Rp. 200.000
    5. Sec. Uniform – Skirt    : Rp. 175.000
    6. JC Uniform – Shirt      : Rp. 140.000
    7. JC Uniform – Trouser : Rp. 200.000
    8. JC Uniform – Skirt      : Rp. 175.000
    9. Blazer                  : Rp. 450.000
    10. Sec – JC Tie           : Rp. 110.000
    11. PE Shirt               : Rp. 90.000 – Rp. 100.000
    12. PE Short               : Rp. 80.000 – Rp. 90.000
    13. White socks NHJS       : Rp. 30.000
    14. Team Shirt (All color) : Rp. 75.000
    15. Training NHJS          : Rp. 300.000
    16. Hoodie NHJS            : Rp. 200.000

School bookshop operating hours: Monday–Friday (9.00 – 15.00)
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                              STARTER PACK COLLECTION
    SCHEDULE
    2 July   : new students and the siblings
    3 July   : Year 7-12 students and their sibling
    4 July   : Year 1-6 students and their sibling
    5 July   : Extra day for any classes

    Time     : 9.00 – 15.00

    LOCATION & DESCRIPTION
    -   Library :
        - Complete required admission documents
        - Collect pickup label and car sticker
        - Collect textbooks and writing books
    -   Bookstore :
        - Purchase School uniform & PE attire
        - Purchase House color T-shirt
        - Purchase stationary:
             Blue file folder (English), Grey file folder (Bahasa Indonesia), Red file folder (Math),
             Yellow file folder (Chinese), Green file folder (Science), Black file folder (penmanship),
             Stationeries: 2Bpencils, erasers, scissors, ruler, red color pencils, glue, small stapler, paper punch

    LIST OF APPROVED SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS
             SEAB IPLSE, Foundation Mathematics Examinations
             IGCSE, AS and A Level Cambridge International Examinations

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The following items need to be purchased:

CHINESE DICTIONARIES (either one)

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    SCHOOL PROGRAMME

    CALENDAR (Y7-Y10)
    JULY
    15     Start of Term 1
           School Assembly
    18, 23 CCA Trial and Open House
    18-26 CCA Registration and Payment
    18     In Conversation with Parents by Teachers / Meet and Greet Session
    22     Start of IPW Y7-Y9
    24-27 Y7 Young Leaders Convention
    29-14 SC Election
    30     Commencement of CCAs
    30     ANCQ - Australian National Chemistry Quiz
    31     Start of Y7-Y8 Service Learning (end by May 2020)

    AUGUST
    29-14 SC Election
    7       HCI Projects Day 2019: Finals
    9-10    SC Selection Camp
    11      Hari Raya Idul Adha
    15-20 WSC Global (Sydney)
    17      Independence Day
    19      Independence Day Celebration
    19      Start of Y10 Supplementary Lessons
    23-24 SC Training Camp
    26/8-6/9 Y9 Milestone Programme part 1 (Habits of Mind)
    30       Y10 Milestone Programme (Power of Bouncing)

    SEPTEMBER
    1        Muharram (Islamic New Year)
    .. - 6/9 Y9 Milestone Programme (Habits of Mind)
    6        Annual Sharing of IGCSE & Educational Pathway beyond Y8
    9-14     Y9 Milestone Programme - part 2 (Habits of Mind)
    13       Annual Sharing of IGCSE & Educational Pathway beyond Y10
    13       Mid-Autumn Festival
    13       ICAS: Writing
    14       ICAS: English and Mathematics
    16       Sports Day
    21-29 Term I Break
    22-25 Y7 Milestones Programme (Discover Character Strength)
    24       HCI Projects Day 2019: Grand Finals
    30       Start of Term 2

    OCTOBER
    1     Start of Y7-Y10 Fieldtrip (end by 30 April 2020)
    11    ASEAN Day and Career & Education Day
    14-19 NH Lions Cup and Friendship week (no CCA)
    28    Amazing Spaghetti Machine Contest from Melbourne University

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    NOVEMBER
    4-8   Y7-Y8 Speaking, Listening Papers
    6-7   Y9 Speaking, Listening Papers
    8-22  Y9 Mid-Year Review
    9-14  WSC Tournament of Champion
    9     Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday
    13-22 Y7-Y8 Mid-Year Review
    22-23 SC Training Camp 2
    25    Marking Day (No Class)
    26-28 Discussion and Review of MYR Papers

    DECEMBER
    3       Release of MYR Papers to students
    4       Class Christmas Party (Last day of school for students)
    5-6     PTM: Semester 1
    9/12-5/1 Term 2 Break
    25       Christmas Day

    JANUARY
    .. - 5/1 Term 2 Break
    1        New Year's Day
    6        Start of Term 3
    Jan-Apr Coca Cola League
    14       Commencement of CCA (Sec 2)
    24       Chinese New Year Celebration
    25-27 Chinese New Year Holiday
    28       School resumes
    28-31 IPW Secondary Presentation & Judging Day (no CCA, tutorial, supplementary)

    FEBRUARY
    Feb    Coca Cola League
    10-14 Simulation Y9 Ujian Nasional (tbc)
    15     Chun Sun Chinese Writing Competition 2020
    17-21 Y9 Try-Out I Ujian Nasional (tbc)
    17-21 Be Yourself Week
    22     Fairgrounds and Awarding Chun Sun Chinese Writing Competition 2020
    24-28 Y9 Try-Out II Ujian Nasional (tbc)
    29     HCI Projects Day 2020: Registration closes

    MARCH
    Mar       Coca Cola League
    7         Annual Musical Show
    9/3-9/4   Y10 End-Year Review
    13-17     IA Study Camp (Y10)
    14-17     Y7 Prefectorial Board Service Learning (Cambodia)
    16-22     Term 3 Holidays
    22        Ascension of the Prophet (Isra Miraj)
    22        HSK / Chinese Proficiency Test (tbc)
    23        Start of Term 4
    23-30     Y9 Ujian Nasional (tbc)
    25        Nyepi (Hindu New Year)
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    APRIL
    Apr      Coca Cola League
    .. - 9/4 Y10 End-Year Review
    4        SASMO Competition
    10       Good Friday
    13-15 Review Y10 EYR Papers
    17       IGCSE Speaking Test (tbc)
    18       Prom
    20       Release Y10 Papers
    20-24 Y7-Y8 Speaking and Listening End of Year Review
    21       Kartini Day and Staff Appreciation Day
    22/4-8/5 Y9 End-Year Review
    25        Y10 Commencement
    27/4-8/5 Y7-Y8 End-Year Review

    MAY
    .. - 8/5 Y7-Y8 EYR
    1        National Labour Day
    7        Vesak Day
    11       Marking Day (No Class)
    18       Awards Day/ Last day of school for Students
    18-19 Parent - Teacher Meeting
    20/5-12/1 Term 4 Holidays
    21       Ascension Day of Jesus Christ
    24/5-1/6 26th HCI Student Leaders Convention (tbc)
    24/5-16/6 COA – China (tbc)
    24-25 Idul Fitri

    JUNE
    1       Pancasila Day
    1/6-22/6 Y7 Australia Immersion Programme (tbc)
    20/5-12/7 Term 4 Holidays
    1-22    Y7 Australia Immersion Programme

    July
    20/5-12/7 Term 4 Holidays
    10      HCI Projects Day 2020: Semi Finals
    13      Start of Term 1
    22-25 Y7 Young Leaders Convention 2020 (tbc)
    31      Idul Adha

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    YEAR 7 PROGRAMME

    YEAR 8 PROGRAMME

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    YEAR 9 PROGRAMME

    YEAR 10 PROGRAMME

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                                  NHJS MILESTONES PROGRAMME Year 1 – Year 12
Level     Name of Programme                       Programme Description/Objectives                       Country      Investment
                                                                                                                         (Days)
Year 1    All by Myself (ABM)      Develop the courage to do things independently. (Accompanied         In school    Half day,
                                   by parents)                                                                       IDR 200,000

Year 2    I Can Succeed (ICS)      Develop the belief in one's ability to succeed.                      In school    Half day,
                                                                                                                     IDR 200,000
Year 3    On My Own (OMO)          Develop the courage to make own decisions.                           In school    2D1N,
                                                                                                                     IDR 500,000
Year 4    Power of Effort (POE)    Develop students’ self-confidence, self-respect and appreciation     Indonesia    2D1N,
                                   of their abilities and skills.                                                    IDR 2.000.000
                                   Discover students’ potential in developing physical, mental and
                                   socio-emotional well-being.
                                   Realise students’ aptitude towards tenacity and fortitude.
Year 5    Awareness of Self        Knowing one’s strengths & finding ways to put them to good use.      Indonesia    2D1N,
          (AOS)                                                                                                      IDR 2.000.000
                                   Knowing one’s weaknesses and working towards turning them
                                   into strengths.
Year 6    Power of Mindset         Recognise one’s strengths and skills and use them to solve           Indonesia    3D2N,
          (POM)                    different challenges/tasks.                                                       IDR 3.000.000
                                   Understand and develop a “success mindset”.
                                   Develop the awareness of and apply the skills for making better
                                   choices.
                                   Role model the PIAGET value.
Year 7    Discovering Character    Discover character strengths in self and others.                     Indonesia    4D3N,
          Strengths (DCS)                                                                                            IDR 6,500,000
Year 8    Coming of Age            Anchor our participants firmly on values.                            China        25D24N,
          (COA)                                                                                                      USD 4,500
                                   Develop desirable behaviours consistent with values.
                                                                                                                     (Exclusive
                                                                                                                     airfare &Visa)
Year 9    Habits of Mind (HOM)     Build and develop social and teamwork skills.                        Indonesia    Around 2
                                                                                                                     weeks,
                                   Provide new outdoor skills and experiences not available in
                                                                                                                     IDR 9.900.000
                                   school, such as; canoeing, fire, building, stargazing, compass,
                                   living history, or interaction with certain experts.
                                   Exposure to a natural setting and increased appreciation for
                                   nature.
                                   Invitation of University Preparation.
                                   Develop 16 habits of mind for success.
Year      Power of Bouncing        Develop a resilient mindset (Workshop)                               In school    2Days
10        Back (PBB)
Year      Meaning and              Explore meaning and purpose in life.                                 Bhutan       7D6N,
11        Purpose (MAP)                                                                                              USD 3600
                                   Experience the daily activities in the life of a Bhutanese Student
                                                                                                                     (Include
                                   by shadowing Bhutanese students in school.
                                                                                                                     airfare & Visa)
                                   Apply academic, social and personal skills to improve the
                                   community.
Year      Work Shadowing           Develop sense of purpose.                                             To be        To be
12                                                                                                      determined   determined
          Experiences (WSE)

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                       NHJS LEARNING JOURNEY & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME
                    Level       Name of Programme             Venue       Investment
                                                                          (Days)
                    Year 1-5    Fieldtrip                                 Free
                                Community Service
                    Year 6      iPSLE Immersion            Singapore          SGD 1,430 (1 week)
                                Community Service
                                UN Preparation                            Free
                    Year 7      Fieldtrip                                 Free (1x)
                                Community Service
                                Hutchins School            Australia       SGD 2,700
                                Immersion                                 (2 weeks)
                                Forensic Camp / Thinking                  IDR 800.000 /
                                Camp                                      IDR 300.000
                                YLC (Young Leadership                     IDR 1.800.000
                                Convention
                    Year 8      Fieldtrip                                 Free (1x)
                                Community Service
                                Forensic Camp / Thinking                  IDR 800.000 /
                                Camp                                      IDR 300.000
                    Year 9      Fieldtrip                                 Free (1x)
                                Community Service
                                UN Preparation             NHJS            IDR 2.650.000
                    Year 10     IA Success Camp            NHJS            IDR 2.300.000
                                                                          (4 days)
                                Community Service
                    Year 11     Fieldtrip                                 Free (1x)
                                Community Service
                    Year 12     Fieldtrip                                 Free (1x)
                                Community Service
                                IA Success Camp            NHJS            IDR 2.300.000
                                                                          (4 days)
                                UN Preparation             NHJS            IDR 2.650.000

                                    NHJS Co Curricular Activities (CCA)
                    Level       Name of Programme                      Venue           Investment
                                                                                           (IDR)
                    Year 1-12   CCA                                    NHJS        Registration Fee :
                                Sport and Non Sport                                IDR 800.000 –
                                Payments are applied for CCA run by                2.000.000 /
                                vendor.                                            semester
                                Free payment for CCA run by non-
                                vendor.

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  ENGLISH READING PROGRAMME
  Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for
  him. ~ Maya Angelou
In NationalHigh Jakarta School, we strive to push our students to thirst for learning, to learn for the sake of learning, to be
passionate about knowing all we can about the world we live in. As we work with you to encourage students to learn, we would
like to ask for your support as we continue to develop a Reading Program that we hope encourages our students to explore
the world through books.

Scholastic LitPro
It is our pleasure to inform you that NationalHigh Jakarta School will be working with the Scholastic Literacy Pro reading
program for Primary and Lower Secondary students.

LitPro is a two-fold program where students are required to read with the objective of individualizing reading programs to suit
each student’s needs. It is a reading exercise for students where their reading comprehension skills are developed from their
current abilities to more proficient levels, consulting with the teacher only if needed. Apart from reading the suggested
materials, the students will also need to evaluate their skills with a set of multiple-choice questions. The passages and the
questions will increase in difficulty as the child progresses in the program.

NationalHigh will be working closely with Scholastic with the objective of supporting the varying reading comprehension
abilities. The Library will acquire most of the books needed for the program for our students to borrow as needed. With the
modification to the current reading programme, purchasing books in our recommended reading list is no longer mandatory. In
its place, all primary school students are subscribed to Scholastic LitPro as part of their English Learning Programme with the
school.

Reading is critical in developing communication and life skills. Therefore, students will have protected reading time every
week to monitor their progress in the program.

For Our More Avid Readers
For our more avid readers who want to read books other than what’s in the program, the English Department will continue to
provide suggested books for your child’s grade level and interests. The list is based on Mensa* for Kids’ Excellence in Reading
Programme and recommended reading lists from schools all over the world.

English Learning Facilitators have come together to create a reading list designed to inspire and interest students in each level.
These books are not our end-goals but rather our starting points as we nudge our children back to the enjoyment of the written
word. The benefits of reading are just too good to ignore: mental stimulation, stress reduction, knowledge, vocabulary
expansion, memory improvement, stronger analytical thinking skills, improved focus and concentration, better writing skills,
tranquility and free entertainment.

Each grade level has the opportunity to taste different kinds of books through our Recommended Book Lists. This exposes our
students to different writing styles about different subjects from an array of recognized children's book writers. This will be
their smorgasbord from which we hope they find a favourite writer or two (or three or more!) or perhaps a favored genre or
book series that will entice them to read more!

Books from the class list are NOT MANDATORY reading but highly recommended for avid readers and families who would like
to develop their personal libraries. We encourage you to take advantage of the supplementary list as you choose additional
books for your child to read. We believe that there is really no such thing as too many books on our shelves, only more
opportunities to learn and develop our thinking.

We would like our students to take advantage of all these and we hope to have you on board with us as we guide them towards
this goal.

The beauty of reading is not lost as most people claim, it is waiting for us to find it again.
Mensa* is an organization founded in England in 1946 and dedicated to the development of human intelligence. Members of this organization all
have IQs that belong to the top 2% of the population.

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    SCHOOL/VISITOR ID
    Parents or nannies/ drivers have to wear school /visitor ID when they enter the school ground.
    No entry for unauthorized personnel beyond this designated waiting area. Kindly secure the ID from the security should
    you need to meet any of our school staff.

    PICK UP & DROP OFF
      -    For 'drop off' and 'pickup' please note that the front gate into the school is reserved strictly for Drivers of
           Secondary students (blue sticker) while the back gate is for Primary students (yellow sticker). An orange
           car sticker will be issued to Parents who have children in both the Primary and Secondary. Cars with grey
           sticker can pick up or drop off students at either the back gate or the front gate.

      -    For the 1st two weeks of school, it may take about 20-30 minutes to clear all cars during dismissal times due to
           drivers needing time to be familiar with our traffic flow. We seek you understanding on this. Do help us by
           reminding your drivers not to hold up traffic at our drive way by parking or waiting on the drive way. Do remind
           your drivers to cooperate with our security when they are asked to drive away to make another round and
           come back for your child again.

      -    School will give ‘PICKUP LABEL NAME’ for each student and it will be included in the starter pack. Please put this
           label on your car dashboard for facilitating pickup system. There are three types of color: White color (Y1-Y2),
           Pink color (Y3-Y4), Green color (Y5-Y6), Blue color (Secondary) and Orange color (Junior College).

PICKUP LABEL NAME

CAR STICKER

                  Primary the back gate is for Primary students

                   Secondary the front gate is reserved strictly for drivers of Secondary students

                    Sibling (secondary/primary) Both gates (front and back) are for parents who have children in both the
                    Primary and Secondary (grey sticker). Parent can pick up or drop off their children at either the back
                    gate or the front gate.

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 SCHOOL COMMUNICATION TOOLS
 TV Communique           –Informative Television available in our school
 Website                 –Official public school information: http://nationalhighjakartaschool.com Email
                         –Official school email(contactus@nh.piagetacademy.org)
 Secondary students of NationalHigh Jakarta School, you will have a school email account as a
 Communication tool with classmates, teachers and staff.
 Your email account information: [studentname]@nhstu.piagetacademy.org

NEED INFORMATION
>> School Principal principal@nh.piagetacademy.org
Principal PA irmasitumorang@nh.piagetacademy.org

ACADEMIC
>> Dean for Primary aileenacabado@nh.piagetacademy.org
>> Dean for Secondary dextercanicula@nh.piagetacademy.org
>> Dean for Academic shirinsalleh@nh.piagetacademy.org
>> Dean for Special Project rubinapasha@nh.piagetacademy.org
>> Dean of Student Affairs & Character Development ongchweegeok@nh.piagetacademy.org

ADMINISTRATION
>> Admission, Marketing and Events
Marketing Department (Ms. Ermien / Community Relations Manager) - ermiennoerwulandari@nh.piagetacademy.org or
contactus@nh.piagetacademy.org

>> ICT and Library
Learning Resource Department (Mr. Duta / LRC Manager) – dutahidayad@nh.piagetacademy.org

>> Payments
Finance Department (Ms. Liana / Finance Manager) – lianahermansjah@nh.piagetacademy.org or
finance@nh.piagetacademy.org

>> Lost & Found and Traffic Management General Affairs Department (Mr. Adi / HRGA Manager) -
adidarma@nh.piagetacademy.org

>> Appointment with Teacher and Lost & Found Customer Service Officer (CSO) – cso@nh.piagetacademy.org

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