International, Catholic curriculum
Ages 3 to 18

Saint Peter's School

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CurriculumInternational, Catholic
Language of instructionEnglish
Age RangeAges 3 to 18
Yearly fees (G7): Not public

Quick summary of key school information

Language of instruction English
Native English teachers
Extra languages (other than English)
Class sizes Average
Extracurricular activities
School bus
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Number of students


Additional language classes offered by the school

Bahasa Indonesia, Mandarin, German

Do teachers assign homework to their students?


Approximate hours of homework given

Depends on the subject and grade level.

Uniform required


Entry evaluation for students

Entrance test

External examinations or assessments available


School start time

Kindergarten: 8:30 am
Primary: 7:30 am
Secondary: 7:30 am

School finish time

Kindergarten: 1:00 pm
Primary: 1:30 pm
Secondary: 3:10 pm

School provided lunches


Sports activities included

Physical education

Sports facilities at the school

Basketball field, futsal field, swimming pool, indoor badminton court, indoor gym, tennis court, table tennis courts.

Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

Saint Peter’s Catholic School's mission is to inspire a passion for learning that encourages and enables all individuals to reach their highest potential. Saint Peter's is a great place for children to learn, grow, and develop the critical thinking and problem solving skills they will need as productive citizens.

Teaching approach of the school

Education in a Catholic school is not given for the purpose of gaining power, but as an aid towards a fuller understanding of, and communion with man, events, and things. Knowledge is not to be considered as a means of material prosperity and success, but as a call to serve and to be responsible for others.