From humble beginnings, Nord Anglia School Jakarta began with one Indonesian teacher who taught Dutch children in the back room of her home in Menteng. Known as the Netherlands Inter-community School (NIS), the school’s reputation and student numbers quickly grew, and a dedicated building was established in the annexes of the Philips Company on Jalan Proklamasi – formally coming into existence in 1967.
The school expanded further, thanks to the assistance of subsidies from the Dutch government, and it relocated to Slipi in 1972. In response to the needs of the expatriate community, NIS then moved to Cilandak, a suburb in Southern Jakarta, before it settled into its current home in the green surroundings of Jalan Jeruk Perut.
In 2017, our school joined the Nord Anglia global family and was renamed the Nord Anglia School Jakarta. Now celebrating more than 55 years of education excellence, our students leave our school with everything they need for success – whatever they choose to be or do in life.