Mission & Objectives


The GMIS Jakarta, a dynamic learning community, propagates lifelong learning and responsible citizenship through a challenging, multidisciplinary, internationally transferable curriculum fulfilling the diverse needs of students.

The school provides an atmosphere where diversity is considered a strength and where differences are seen as assets. We believe that students must value and respect the culture and traditions of the host country, Indonesia.

The school aims to develop self-confidence in each student; to teach adaptability and problem solving skills; to face changes which are vital elements of emerging globalism and to develop good personal traits which include a strong work ethic, self-discipline, sportsmanship and self-esteem.

We are a truly multicultural international school. We have chosen to become an IB World School and have been authorized since 1996 to offer the IB Diploma Programme. We are also authorized to offer the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) and IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) and IB Career Related Programme (IBCP).

We are committed to educating students from diverse backgrounds and cultures, assuring equal educational opportunities to every individual. We want our pupils to become critical and compassionate thinkers, lifelong learners and well informed world citizens.

Although English is the main medium of instruction, Bahasa Indonesia, Mandarin, Hindi, Korean or French studies are essential elements within the curriculum and the social context of the school. The School encourages students to learn their mother tongue along with English.

The school teachers through various programmes strive to develop respect and empathy towards fellow human beings and their rights regardless of race, creed and gender.

The school has a firm belief in the Pancasila and the Gandhian Philosophy.

Our Tradition

  1. To be friendly, courteous and respectful to all in and out of school.
  2. To observe good manners and display sportsmanship at all times.
  3. To avoid vulgarity in talk or behaviour.
  4. To be cooperative and to accept whatever task is assigned to us.
  5. To respect the property of the school and to keep the school and its surroundings clean.