Nord Anglia School Jakarta (NAS Jakarta)
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Nord Anglia School Jakarta (NAS Jakarta) is an international school offering an education based on the British Curriculum, and the International Primary Curriculum, to expats and locals in the city of Jakarta, Indonesia. It currently provides schooling to students aged 18 months -12 years old (Early Years and Primary school).
The school is one of the oldest in Indonesia and was set up by an Indonesian lady to teach Dutch expatriate children in her home. In 1967 the school officially became The Netherlands Inter-community School (NIS).
The school expanded as a result of subsidies from the Dutch government and relocated several times over the years, including Slipi and Cilandak, before its final and current move to Jalan Jeruk Perut.
In May 2017, the school joined the Nord Anglia Education family of schools and became Nord Anglia School (NAS) Jakarta.
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