Founded in 1967, the “Lycée Français de Jakarta Louis-Charles Damais” has the particularity of being a non-profit organization managed by the parents of the students.
From kindergarten (maternelle) to high school (lycée)
Cipete in South Jakarta
Number of students (Enrollment):
Around 500 from 30 different nationalities. To my knowledge, Indonesians are not allowed as the school doesn’t comply with the Indonesian Ministry of Education’s regulations regarding some classes (such as Religious Studies).
Curriculum and programs:
French curriculum (until French Baccalauréat) with some bilingual classes and programs
Approximately between IDR 100,000,000 and IDR 150,000,000. Scholarships are available.
Language of instruction:
English if you choose the American International Section
English, Indonesian, Mandarin, Spanish, German, Latin
Sports: Swimming, Yoga, Capoeira, Pilates, Gymnastics, Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Wushu, Badminton, Kickboxing, Taekwondo
Creative arts: Dancing (Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop), Music, Drama, Painting
Other: Cooking, Coding
Equipment and facilities:
Swimming Pool, gymnasium, library, canteen, computer, and science lab
It is accredited by the French government, via the Agence pour l’Enseignement Français à l’Etranger – AEFE
Tel: +62 (0) 21 750 3062