“Sharing is the core of education: wealth is not what is in us but what we have given to others.”
Our highly-tolerant school was built out of segregation and discrimination. In 2003, our School Founder then Principal went to look for a school suitable for her firstborn. As she arrived at a school she was interested in enrolling her child to, she was looked from head to toe and asked: “Is your husband a foreigner?”. The discrimination going on in our beautiful island, Bali, opened her eyes, made her restless. She later created our school logo and decided to build her school from scratch, starting only with 4 students. Today, we have over 250 students part of our family, and still with the same beliefs that “education should be for everyone”.