VISION and MISSION STATEMENT
“A globally competitive school of excellence in providing an interdisciplinary approach to arts, science and technology in the formation of a dynamic, progressive and responsible future leader”.
Philosophy of Education
As Kallistan Educators, we believe:
1. That the primary aim of Sekolah Kallista is the wholistic formation of its students;
2. That each young person is a special expression of God’s love in the world;
3. That a relevant academic program is designed to prepare the students for a progressive responsible citizenship and effective leadership;
4. That education is a never ending process. It is primarily a dialogue of relationships that will prepare the students to be agents for social transformation;
5. That we offer our students the total human development program to prepare them for a better life;
6. That we are called to continuosly practice our faith and in communion with others especially the poor;
7. That Indonesian education focuses on upholding the values that enriches the cultural heritage;
8. That nationalism is best expressed not only in showing the love and respect for the country but living out the constitution; and
9. That the promotion of the national and global development is integral to education.
We believe that “Life has no limitations except the ones you make.”
We believe that through our concerted effort as a TEAM, and with our commitment to our job, we will be able to build on our strengths and work positively towards achieving the school’s Vision and Mission.
We believe that our flexibility, creativeness, innovativeness and willingness in pursuit of knowledge and in sharing ideas will lead us to excellence in all our undertakings – teaching, learning and evaluating, research, information technology/ dissemination activities, and service to the community.
We believe that our children are our future’s hope, thus we will provide relevant, interesting and meaningful learning activities that will inspire them to be life-long learners with desirable habits and attitudes.
Lastly, we believe that to enable us to effect positive change, we ourselves as teachers and educators need to be role models for our students . . . for “children learn what they live”.