Raising a Future Leader

The Grades


The subjects we teach at the Kindergarten (Kindergarten) level are Character Building, Science, Math, English, Physical Exercise & Art. For K4 & K5 we have Performing Art & Indonesian Language.

We also plant the seeds of love for God from an early age, in daily devotion every morning.


One of the advantages of QCA, especially at the Grammar level (Elementary School) is that we have a school culture with Core Culture: We are not just a school, but we are a FAMILY.

Where from this Core Culture there are 6 other cultures that we always apply & we train for the children to live. The culture built includes prioritizing God in all their life activities, then they learn to respect teachers and parents as their authority and students will function as guardians of others.


In this Junior high school level, which we call “LOGIC”, students will be trained to express thoughts and explain a topic in a structured and directed manner so that the ability to analyze and evaluate accurately is developed.

Students will be trained to discuss using what is known as the basis for thinking and arguing. We facilitate the needs of children in junior high school where they start to argue a lot, so that they will be able to express their thoughts correctly. And they will receive an assessment for this ability.

In terms of ‘spiritual’, students will continue to be encouraged to meditate on the word more accurately so that they can write a ‘devotion journal’ that is more applicable to everyday life.

At the Logic level, students will also do a lot of projects, experimentation, and research; so it’s not only theory, but they can relate and apply the theory in everyday life.


When students reach high school, they begin to enter the rhetorical stage. At this age students have a great desire to express themselves. At this age, they have developed the ability to think carefully, have a broad perspective and the ability to think, analyze, and draw logical conclusions. At the rhetorical stage, students can articulate and clearly express their beliefs and ideas in a graceful and articulate manner.

These students are idealistic, concerned with justice, and able to take responsibility. With their teachers and classmates, they analyze and discuss different worldviews. As they begin to develop special interests, they are given the opportunity for individual research according to their inclinations and abilities. In conclusion, classical education is a systematic and orderly education system, which provides children with order and routine. In the classical approach, students consistently learn little by little, day by day. The emphasis is on mastery of the subject, not just on passing to the next level. Classical education is centered on language, not on pictures, as mastery of basic language skills (reading and writing) facilitates the study of every other subject. Lessons are not taught separately, but are integrated, and efforts are made to recognize the relationships between the various fields of study.

In the “Rhetoric” phase, we encourage students to start being able to express every idea, idea, philosophy, and knowledge they have and train each student to have the ability to persuade and convince others of their ideas and presentations. In this stage also, every student is more mature and more focused on the destiny that God has planted in their lives.

Through these three stages, classical education seeks to build in every child an enthusiasm for learning that will encourage lifelong learning. We desire to see each child reach his or her maximum potential and be equipped and prepared for the future.



Together with parents, we are shaping the lives of the students to arise as men and women of God to walk in the divine destiny that God has prepared beforehand for them, in order to lead and reveal the future of this nation. 


Frequently Asked Questions

Some frequently asked questions

What is Classical school?

Classical schools are a school of choice option that implements a traditional classroom environment with a compelling curriculum that teaches learners to self-educate.

Classical schools highlight history, literature, and language studies while embracing the concept of educating the entire child through truth and moral virtue. Classical schools are rooted in language, with lessons primarily taught through written and spoken words instead of images.

A classical classroom emphasizes the teacher’s authority, with students following traditional instruction as active participants in the learning process.

What are the three phases of classical education?

The three stages of classical education are based on the developmental stages of learning. Also known as the “trivium,” the three components of classical education are as follows:

  1. The grammar stage takes place from kindergarten to sixth grade when a learner can best memorize through rhyme. Students focus on learning the basic rules for reading, math, and English grammar during this time while laying the foundation for advanced study.
  2. The logic stage occurs between seventh and ninth grade when students start to wonder “why,” questioning authority and truth. Students learn to think through arguments and reason the relationship between data during this stage, considering how each fact fits into a larger framework.
  3. The rhetoric stage happens between grades 10 and 12 when students start to exercise independent thought. Drawing their own conclusions from previous developmental stages, learners focus on the persuasive use of information through speech and writing.