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    Appreciation      

    Appreciating the wonder and beauty of the world and its people.

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    Cooperation       

    Cooperating, colaborating,and leading or following as the situation demands.

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    Empathy    

    Imagining themselves in another’s situation in order to understand his or her reasoning and emotions,so as to be open-minded and reflective about the perspectives of others.

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    Enthusiasm       

    Enjoying learning and willingly putting the effort into the process.

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    Respect      

    Respecting themselves,others and the world around them.

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    Confidence      

    Feeling confident in their ability as learners, having the courage to take risks, applying what they have learned and making appropriate decisions and choices.

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    Integrity      

    Being honest and demonstrating a considered sense of fairness.

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    Independence       

    Thinking and acting independently, making their own judgements based on reasoned argument, and being able to defend their judgements.

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    Open – Minded     

    We critically appreciate our own cultures and personal histories, as well as the values and traditions of others. We seek and evaluate a range of points of view, and we are willing to grow from the experience.

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    Creativity       

    Being creative and imaginative in their thinking and their approach to problems and dilemmas.

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    Commitment     

    Being committed to their own learning, preserving and showing self-dicipline and responsibility.

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    Balanced     

    We understand the importance of balancing different  aspects of our lives intellectual, physical, and emotional to achieve well-being for ourselves and others. We recognize our interdependence with other people and with the world in which we live.

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    Reflective        

    We thoughtfully consider the world and our own ideas and experience. We work to understand our strengths and weaknesses in order to support our learning and personal development.

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    Knowledgeable        

    We develop and use conceptual understanding, exploring knowledge across a range of disciplines. We engage with issues and ideas that have local and global signi­cance.

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    Tolerance       

    Being sensitive about differences and diversity in the world and being responsive to the needs of others.

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    Communicator     

    We express ourselves confi­dently and creatively in more than one language and in many ways. We collaborate effectively, listening carefully to the perspectives of other individuals and groups.

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    Curiousity    

    Being curious about the nature of learning, about the world, its people and cultures..

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    Caring     

    We show empathy, compassion and respect. We have a commitment to service, and we act to make a positive difference in the lives of others and in the world around us.

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    Risk – Taker    

    We approach uncertainty with forethought and determination; we work independently and cooperatively to explore new ideas and innovative strategies. We are resourceful and resilient in the face of challenges and change.

What is the philosophy of Victory Plus High School?

The philosophy is that we have an international outlook for students, while still maintaining local relevance.

What kind of curriculum is being used for high school student?

They are using Cambridge international A/AS Level curriculum which is internationally recognized and is aiming at preparing students well for rapidly changing world of the 21st century.

What skills will student develop through Cambridge international A/AS Level curriculum?

They will get these skills :
Ability to study, work and communicate in English.
• In-depth subject knowledge and understanding.
• An ability to apply knowledge and understanding to familiar and new situations.
• An ability to handle and evaluate different types and sources of information.
An ability to think logically and to present ordered and coherent arguments.
• An ability to make judgments, recommendations and decisions.
• An ability to present reasoned explanations, understand implications and communicate them in a clear and logical manner.
• Problem-solving,
• Investigative and practical skills

What are the subjects taught at High school and what are the languages of instruction?

The subjects taught at Grade 11 are:

No Subject
General
1 Agama / Bina Iman
2 Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia
3 English Language
Science Major
4 Pure Mathematics / Mechanics
5 Biology
6 Chemistry
7 Physics
8 Minor;
Economics
Geography
Sociology
Social Studies Major
4 Mathematics
5 Economics
6 Geography
7 Sociology
8 Minor;
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
9 Elective Art;
Visual Art
Performing Art
10 Mandarin
Business Studies
Bahasa dan Budaya Sunda

All subjects are taught in English except Religion, Bahasa Indonesia and Music.

In Grade 12 students are asked to choose to continue taking the Cambridge qualification or Ujian Nasional.

 

The subjects that is taught for Grade 12 Ujian Nasional are:

No General
1 Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia
2 English Language
3 Elective Arts (Visual / Performing)
4 Global Perspectives
Science (IPA) Major, Ujian Nasional
6 Agama
7 Matematika
8 Biologi
9 Kimia
10 Fisika
11 Minor:
Economics
Sociology
Business Studies
Mandarin
Social Studies (IPS) Major, Ujian Nasional
6 Agama
7 Sejarah Indonesia
8 Mathematika
9 Ekonomi dan Akuntansi
10 Geografi
11 Sosiologi dan Anthropologi
12 Minor:
Biology
Business Studies
Mandarin

These are the subjects taught for Grade 12 Cambridge Advance Level (A Level) Program

No General
1 Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia
2 English Language
3 Elective Arts (Visual / Performing)
4 Global Perspectives
5 Mathematics and Statistic
Cambridge A2 Science
6 Physics/Biology
7 Chemistry
Cambridge A2 Social Science
6 Economics
7 Sociology

Are there any other activities for high school students?

The School offers students a variety of Extra-Curricular Activities (ECA).
All the extra-curricular activities are held after school at 3.45 to 5 PM (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday) and at 3 to 4.30 PM (Wednesday and Friday).
These activities are optional for the students. Beside that we have excursions. For example, if the Unit is ‘Multimedia’, the excursion may be visiting a TV station. The aim of having excursions is to let the students know and experience the ‘real world’. Once they have studied the topic in the class, they need to experience the application of that topic in reality. Parents will be informed about the excursion times.

What about the student’s rights?

A right is a privilege to which one is justly entitled. They have their rights such as :
#Equal Educational Opportunity right
#Right to Access Educational Resources
#Privacy and Property Rights
#Right for Freedom of Expression

And what about student’s responsibilities?

Some of them are:
• Attend school to receive an education.
• Be on time for all classes.
• Come to class with necessary materials.
• Complete all in-class and homework assignments and meet all deadlines.
• Obey school rules and school personnel.
• Cooperate with school staff.
• Respect the person and property of others.
• Respect public property.
• See that school correspondence to parents reaches home.