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Thursday, 2 July 2009

Bali International School

The Located on the Bali Island, Bali International School is the oldest and most prestigious international school in Bali.

Bali International School provides educational excellence in a supportive, secure environment, preparing our students to thrive and succeed as responsible citizens in a changing world. It was established in 1986, is co-educational, private, and nonprofit; serving students Pre School to Grade 12.

Bali International School offers the three IB Programs (PYP, MYP and DP) and is accredited by WASC. Students at Bali International School have the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive after-school activities program organized by staff, parents and other community organizations.
The faculty of the school consists of professionally qualified teachers and a group of dedicated support staff who helps to make the entire Bali International School operation run smoothly.The school is run by an Administrative Team, comprising School Principal, Assistant Principal, IB programme Coordinators and Curriculum Coordinator.I hope you will take the time to browse through our website and not hesitate to contact us with questions you may have regarding the school.

Bali International School

More Schools in Bali

Jl. Danau Buyan 4

Tel: (0361) 288770
Email: info (at)

We have had a few emails requesting information from expats and families looking to live in Bali and bringing their children with them. As a type of FAQ you can also find a compiled list of schools in Bali, Indonesia by visiting “Schools In Bali“.

Please note: Children Of Bali have NO affiliation with this school and does not donate to, or sponsor any children in this school.

This is for informational purposes only, Children Of Bali take no responsibility for the accuracy of this information. We advise you to carry out your own research to verify their contact details and authenticity. If you want to know more about Bali try visiting “I Don’t Know Where Bali Is“.