Homeschooling in Indonesia

Homeschooling courses for ages 5-18

Wolsey Hall Oxford is welcoming a growing number of families who are homeschooling in Indonesia. We are seeing a mix of both Indonesian and expat children at all levels from elementary (Primary) through middle school (Lower Secondary) and into high school courses (IGCSE and A levels).

Homeschooling in Indonesia is legal. Article 7 of the Indonesian education law (Undang-Undang No. 20/2003) gives parents the right to select how to educate their child.

The families who are turning to homeschooling want a more flexible curriculum that allows children to learn at their own pace. The Wolsey Hall course’s focus on developing independent learners.

Our IGCSE and A level courses are accepted by top Universities worldwide.

Wolsey Hall Oxford is a registered school of Cambridge Assessment International Education

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How the UK education system works

Teenager homeschooling in Indonesia

Courses designed To develop independent learners

  • Easy to follow modules on our online learning platform allowing students to work at a pace suitable for them.
  • Textbooks are included in the course fees.
  • Regular quizzes within the modules check for understanding.
  • Students submit assignments at the end of each module that Tutors mark and provide detailed and encouraging feedback.
  • Parents can login to monitor their child’s progress and see sample answers.
  • Student Progress Managers support students homeschooling in Indonesia and ensure assignments are submitted on time.

Equivalent qualifications

Indonesian qualification
Wolsey Hall equivalent course
Sekolah Menengah Pertama/Madrasah Tsanawiyah (SMP/MT)
Sekolah Menengah Atas/Madrasah Aliyah (SMA/MA)
AS Level
Moza enjoys the art lessons greatly! It is her favourite lesson for the week, and she is always painting or drawing. She says it “makes her relax.”
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Meri Magdalena – Homeschooling Parent