June 2, 2023


Greetings in the name of our Lord!

Welcome to our Heritage International School website. Heritage International School which was established in 2008, offers a One Stop education pathway. Our programs begin with Kindergarten and continue through Grade 12. We are an international school offering the world-ready and universally accepted Cambridge CPC, IGCSE and AS / A level qualifications.

At Heritage International School (HIS) we focus on nurturing students to give them a complete balance of academic skill and Godly character building.

The greatest challenge faced by educators today is to prepare students for the challenges of a globalised world that demands students have new knowledge and abilities; a world that requires the students to be adaptable, life-long learners in an ever-changing scenario of new skills and competencies. Students also need to be good communicators, able to relate well with other people and to think critically and creatively. HIS is committed to imparting these skills. Students not only learn, but they learn how to learn — in school but beyond as well.

The heart of education is after all the “education of the heart.” We want our pupils to develop valuable life skills and become independent, resilient and confident — able to come out of their comfort zones and deal confidently with any uncertainties or challenges they may confront. Our team of qualified and experienced teachers has been specially trained to provide personalized attention to every student. The small class sizes further facilitate this.

Our team has developed an E-Learning system to help not only students but parents, too. They can review the lessons again and again until they comprehend and even catch up with the same lesson if they cannot come to school.

By God’s grace we will continue to develop and pursue every opportunity to benefit our students, for their future is developed from now.

God bless you.

Julius Go

There is a short but proud history for Heritage International School.

What started as Cambridge International School in July 2008, soon became Hope International School, under the umbrella of Gapuraprima Sejahtera Utama. With a strong Christian emphasis and quality teachers from many countries, Hope was blessed with growth under the directorship of Sebastian Gunadi and his wife, Heryani.

July 2012, Hope changed its name to Heritage and began to see the possibilities to have a joint venture with Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea.

Today, Heritage International School welcomes students of many faiths and from many countries. Our strong commitment to the Cambridge International Curriculum assures a quality education experience for every student. Feel free to visit our campus on the 3rd floor, Bellezza Shopping Arcade, Permata Hijau, Jakarta.

Heritage International School has a long connection with the impressive Cambridge International Examination Programs. At every level our students are prepared for critical testing using the syllabus and curricula provided by Cambridge.

We are Cambridge Centre, ID 222. As a licensed examination facility, we provide resources for students from many venues.

The following are special features of our Cambridge offerings:

  • Our Grade 6 students will participate in Cambridge Checkpoint Program
  • Our Grade 10 students will participate in Cambridge IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education)
  • Our Grade 11 / 12 students will participate in International AS & A Levels


Revised July 2011 Dear Parents, Students, and Members of the Heritage International School:

Our schools provide a safe, orderly environment for the achievement of our mission-lifelong learning. We are proud of our students and we are committed to working together to make them all that they can be.

This Code of Conduct is intended to support the efforts of the entire school family and to keep our school safe. We are grateful for your support and PRIDE in HERITAGE. By observing the Code of Conduct, we can together become better students and better citizens.

Sincerely, Heritage International School Administrative Team

It is the policy of HERITAGE to provide equal opportunity for all students, regardless of race, color, handicap, religion, sex, ancestry, national origin, place of residence, or social or economic background; to learn through the curriculum offered in this school. Any student who believes that they have been subject to discrimination should contact the director’s office.


With these rights come responsibilities. The Common Goals of HERITAGE identifies these general responsibilities of students:

The rights of the individual at times are limited by the greater need to protect the right of the group and the instructional process. Further rights of the individual end where they conflict with the rights of others. A person who violates the rights of others or fails to properly carry out his/her responsibilities can expect the loss of his/her rights. For that reason, Heritage International School has established through its policies and administrative directives the following Code of Conduct for all students.


To create an environment that promotes learning, every member of the school community must work together. The ultimate responsibility for student conduct rests with the student and parents. Parents are responsible for the behavior and attitudes of their children. Teachers, administrators, counselors and staff deal with such problems to the extent the student will accept their help and authority.

When efforts fail or are not accepted by the student, parents must then deal with their child in whatever way is necessary to insure proper respect for school authority and acceptable behavior on the part of their child.

“Respect for the law and for those persons in authority shall be expected of all students. This includes conformity to school rules as well as general provisions of laws as they relate to students and staff. Respect for the rights of others, consideration of their privileges, and cooperative citizenship shall also be expected of all members of the school community.” “Respect for real and personal property, pride in one’s work, achievement within the range of one’s abilities, and exemplary personal standards of courtesy, decency, and honesty shall be maintained in the school.”

To accomplish these goals, students are expected to work to obtain the highest achievement possible in their studies, contribute to the schools safe and orderly environment, and respect the rights and property of others. School staff is expected to encourage and work to maintain the highest standards of conduct in the school by publishing and enforcing consistent rules of conduct and supervising activities. As partners in the educational process, parents are expected to reinforce the school’s standards of conduct and disciplinary procedures at home and encourage their students to attend school regularly.


HERITAGE prohibits acts of harassment or bullying. The board has determined that a safe and civil environment in school is necessary for students to learn and achieve high academic standards. Harassment or bullying (to include electronic, internet or texting), like other disruptive or violent behaviors, is conduct that disrupts both a student’s ability to learn and the school’s ability to educate students in a safe environment. Demonstrations of appropriate behavior by treating others with civility and respect, and refusing to tolerate harassment or bullying is expected from all administrators, faculty, staff and volunteers to provide positive examples for student behavior.

For thee entire student handbook, click here.

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