Logos Christian School
Andhika Plaza C/10-11, Simpang Dukuh 38-40 Surabaya 60275
545-2244, 0852-3200-3300, info@logos.sch.id
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Programme

Playgroup (3-4 years) & Kindergarten (4-6 years)

CURRICULUM

  1. LOGOS Education Philosophy

    To educate and to enable students to expand their God's entrusted talents to fulfilling God's plans for and through them.

    more...

  2. To achieve that philosophy, LOGOS implemented the Integrated Education based on the unique SMIS education concept:

    • S - piritual

      Emphasizing the Reformed Evangelical Christianity as the foundation of education concept in all aspects of daily life.

    • M - orality

      Emphasizing the glory of God in man through morality, as the prove of integrated life in all aspects of relation that begin with God, self, others, and nature; in order to shaping Christian characters that are good, holy, honest, hard-working, willing to procreate, and be a blessing to others.

    • I - ntelectuality

      Building rational and emotional way of thinking to work on the culture and knowledge according to God's truth that created the world, the universe, and mankind for His glory.

    • S - kills

      Developing the ability to put all talents into practice to fulfill God's plans through self for the world, for the church, for the nation, and for the country.

  3. Characteristics of LOGOS curriculum:

    • Spiritual

      All subjects will be based on an integrated (nit dualistic) faith and spiritual concepts that is put into practice.

    • Personal

      Building each individual as what God has given him/her without comparison to others, strictly no competition amongst students.

    • Integrated

      Combining the 3 main elements of life: 1. Faith and Knowledge; 2. Between Knowledge; and 3. Faith, Knowledge and life.

  4. Based on children's development, our curriculum is categorized into 3 stages:

    1. Pre School (3 years, Playgroup/Kindergarten)

      To prepare children for school by building their spiritual, character, discipline, way of thinking, curiosity, language, basic mathematics, Fine Motor Skills, Gross Motor Skill.

    2. Content and Material Concept (9 years, Elementary - Junior High School)

      Christian Based Education

      • Basic Principle

        Teaching basic concept for every subject.

      • Christian World Views

        Teaching students how to view the world from Christianity (Reformed) point of view as well as how to integrate the view.

      • True Understanding of God, self, science & nature

        To develop an integrated life as directed by the Bible.

      • Building Pattern & Concept

        To build the foundation of science (knowledge?) to face the world.

    3. Apologetics (3 years, High School)

      Having the integrated knowledge principle firmly etched in mind, students will be able to critic the developing common world view and common knowledge and to provide better alternatives.

  5. To achieve the philosophy, LOGOS is supported by 5 essential pillars:

    1. Integrative Curriculum

      We are committed to base all LOGOS teaching aspects on the teachings of the Bible according to the Reformed Theology.

    2. Dedicated Teachers

      We are committed to select teachers with firm criteria of having a teacher's heart that is committed to teaching the Reformed Theology as well as of loving to work with children.

    3. Personal Education

      We are committed to developing individual potentials and competency in small groups, 20-24 students per class.

    4. Tripartheid

      We, parents-church and school, are committed to teaching children that God has entrusted us.

    5. Transparent Management

      We are committed to conduct transparent school financial system.

  6. Our Hope

    The students of LOGOS are expected to ready to enter the community with the fear and the love of God, mature character, holy, integrity, perseverance, intellectual, and critical-positive way of thinking; to have the quality for self-development that can glorify the Lord and be a blessing to others, to the world, to the church, to the nation and country in scholars as well as professional world.


Teacher

Reformed Theology Commitment
Heart for Education Commitment
Passion for Children
Distinguished Skill and Ability

Facilities

Indoor and Outdoor Playground
Water Pool and Sand Pool
Safe and Appropriate Toys
Library
Computers
Art and Music Materials
Air-Conditioned Rooms
Perfect Location


Subjects

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Proverb 22:6).

Christians have a Biblical mandate to educate in their homes and in their churches. The work of LOGOS Reformed Evangelical Education, as a Christian school is an extension of the Christian educational ministries of the Christian home and the church. Its purpose, therefore, is the development of the student in the image of God. This purpose determines both the content and the means of instruction.

Mathematics

Acknowledging that “the heavens declare the glory the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hand” (Psalm 19:1). The foundation of all truth, including the truths of mathematics, is the God of Scripture. The various spheres of mathematics are expressions of His logical character and His creative, sustaining power. We study mathematics with a fourfold purpose. First, God Himself has a numerical nature. He is one God in three Persons. Second, knowledge of mathematical principles is required for basic literacy. Many commonly used metaphors and illustrations come from Mathematics. Third, the study of Mathematics enables students to develop their skills of applying principles to determine consequences. Problem solving is a type of higher-order reasoning uniquely given to man by God. Fourth, Mathematics relates temporarily with eternity. Therefore, in Mathematic studies we should consider two kind of realm with different characteristic (opposite characteristic) but relates simultaneously one another.

Language

Language is a well-ordered system, not only in the elemental phonetic sense, but in the greater scope of word relationships and how they interact to convey meaningful information. God has chosen to reveal Himself to man through His Word. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (John 1:1). Language is a precious gift by which God communicates knowledge of His works and will, as well as a necessary means of communication among men. “Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows” (James. 1:17).

Religion

The Bible is God’s Word. This sets the Bible apart from all other objects of study, along with its other claims for itself: that it is truth, that not one letter or stroke will pass away until all is accomplished, that it is the product of God’s creative power operating through holy men in such a way that the result is infallible and sufficient to perfectly equip God’s people for life and godliness. It is the only firm foundation for all human knowledge, and the only sure ground for faith and life. At the same time, the Scriptures testify that they can only be properly understood and received by those who are enlightened by the Holy Spirit, and that those who are ignorant or willfully disobedient often distort their meaning. Diligence in study of the Scriptures and an eagerness to obey what they say are prerequisites to right understanding.

Natural science

Natural Science is the systematic study of creation, based on observations. In the Bible we are told explicitly that in six days the Lord made heaven, earth, the sea and all that is in them. Clearly the creation or nature is God’s handiwork. “The works of the Lord are great, studied by all who have pleasure in them.” (Psalm 111:2) An understanding of God’s creation leads to a delight in God and an enjoyment of God in worship. Romans 1:20 states, “For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse”. God’s invisible attributes, eternal power and divine nature are seen. This passage says that these things are not only seen but clearly seen through what has been made, through creation. This means the creation is in effect a sermon on the invisible attributes of God, His eternal power and His divine nature. The creation is testifying to these things, and the result of this sermon is that man is without excuse. Rather we expose our students to the evidence of intelligent design that points to an intelligent designer, God.

Social Science

Christianity is a religion of remembering. From creation to present the children of God have been commanded to remember His justice, righteousness, holiness, and faithfulness to his people. History is the record of God’s providential dealings with men. As Christians, our faith rests on the historical truth of Christ’s advent, life, death, and resurrection during the first century A.D., in the locale of Jerusalem, under the political control of the Roman Empire (I Cor. 15:14). The truth of the record of Creation in Genesis also forms the basis for the totality of Christian and biblical thought (Col. 1-2).

Art

God is the supreme Creator of this world and of all creatures. Man – and man only – was made in God’s image; therefore, man is intended to use his mind to reflect upon the material world, use his creativity and skills to mimic the Lord’s creative act. Our responsibility in art, as in all things, is to glorify our Creator God by seeing His mind in the world around us, and in turn, creating miniature copies of the vast and beautiful universe and its particular parts.

Physical Education

Each person is a divinely-created creature. The body is a priceless possession (Psalm 139:13, 14 and Romans. 12:l). God gives each person physical attributes, or “talents,” to care for as well as intellectual and spiritual ones. A Christian’s body is “a temple of the Holy Spirit” (1 Corinthians 6:19). In the parable of the talents Jesus taught that Christians must develop their talents and practice stewardship. This stewardship also applies to the body, which is a gift from God. Developing motor proficiency, or training the body to move most efficiently, should always be directed toward serving God and others. While Scripture points out that physical training is less important than practicing godliness (1 Timothy 4:8), Scripture is clear that the body is the instrument through which and in which God calls people to live their lives in service to him.

Pre-Elementary (6-7 years)

Monday – Friday
08:00 – 12:30

Elementary (7-13 years)

Elementary 1:
Monday- Thursday
07:30 – 14:15

Friday
07:30 – 11:30

Elementary 2:
Monday- Thursday
07:30 – 14:15

Friday
07:30 – 11:45

Elementary 3 – 6:
Monday – Thusday
07:30 – 14:15

Friday
07:30 – 13:45

CURRICULUM

  1. LOGOS Education Philosophy

    To educate and to enable students to expand their God's entrusted talents to fulfilling God's plans for and through them.

    more...

  2. To achieve that philosophy, LOGOS implemented the Integrated Education based on the unique SMIS education concept:

    • S - piritual

      Emphasizing the Reformed Evangelical Christianity as the foundation of education concept in all aspects of daily life.

    • M - orality

      Emphasizing the glory of God in man through morality, as the prove of integrated life in all aspects of relation that begin with God, self, others, and nature; in order to shaping Christian characters that are good, holy, honest, hard-working, willing to procreate, and be a blessing to others.

    • I - ntelectuality

      Building rational and emotional way of thinking to work on the culture and knowledge according to God's truth that created the world, the universe, and mankind for His glory.

    • S - kills

      Developing the ability to put all talents into practice to fulfill God's plans through self for the world, for the church, for the nation, and for the country.

  3. Characteristics of LOGOS curriculum:

    • Spiritual

      All subjects will be based on an integrated (nit dualistic) faith and spiritual concepts that is put into practice.

    • Personal

      Building each individual as what God has given him/her without comparison to others, strictly no competition amongst students.

    • Integrated

      Combining the 3 main elements of life: 1. Faith and Knowledge; 2. Between Knowledge; and 3. Faith, Knowledge and life.

  4. Based on children's development, our curriculum is categorized into 3 stages:

    1. Pre School (3 years, Playgroup/Kindergarten)

      To prepare children for school by building their spiritual, character, discipline, way of thinking, curiosity, language, basic mathematics, Fine Motor Skills, Gross Motor Skill.

    2. Content and Material Concept (9 years, Elementary - Junior High School)

      Christian Based Education

      • Basic Principle

        Teaching basic concept for every subject.

      • Christian World Views

        Teaching students how to view the world from Christianity (Reformed) point of view as well as how to integrate the view.

      • True Understanding of God, self, science & nature

        To develop an integrated life as directed by the Bible.

      • Building Pattern & Concept

        To build the foundation of science (knowledge?) to face the world.

    3. Apologetics (3 years, High School)

      Having the integrated knowledge principle firmly etched in mind, students will be able to critic the developing common world view and common knowledge and to provide better alternatives.

  5. To achieve the philosophy, LOGOS is supported by 5 essential pillars:

    1. Integrative Curriculum

      We are committed to base all LOGOS teaching aspects on the teachings of the Bible according to the Reformed Theology.

    2. Dedicated Teachers

      We are committed to select teachers with firm criteria of having a teacher's heart that is committed to teaching the Reformed Theology as well as of loving to work with children.

    3. Personal Education

      We are committed to developing individual potentials and competency in small groups, 20-24 students per class.

    4. Tripartheid

      We, parents-church and school, are committed to teaching children that God has entrusted us.

    5. Transparent Management

      We are committed to conduct transparent school financial system.

  6. Our Hope

    The students of LOGOS are expected to ready to enter the community with the fear and the love of God, mature character, holy, integrity, perseverance, intellectual, and critical-positive way of thinking; to have the quality for self-development that can glorify the Lord and be a blessing to others, to the world, to the church, to the nation and country in scholars as well as professional world.


Teacher

Reformed Theology Commitment
Heart for Education Commitment
Passion for Children
Distinguished Skill and Ability

Facilities

Indoor and Outdoor Playground
Water Pool and Sand Pool
Safe and Appropriate Toys
Library
Computers
Art and Music Materials
Air-Conditioned Rooms
Perfect Location


Subjects

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Proverb 22:6).

Christians have a Biblical mandate to educate in their homes and in their churches. The work of LOGOS Reformed Evangelical Education, as a Christian school is an extension of the Christian educational ministries of the Christian home and the church. Its purpose, therefore, is the development of the student in the image of God. This purpose determines both the content and the means of instruction.

Mathematics

Acknowledging that “the heavens declare the glory the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hand” (Psalm 19:1). The foundation of all truth, including the truths of mathematics, is the God of Scripture. The various spheres of mathematics are expressions of His logical character and His creative, sustaining power. We study mathematics with a fourfold purpose. First, God Himself has a numerical nature. He is one God in three Persons. Second, knowledge of mathematical principles is required for basic literacy. Many commonly used metaphors and illustrations come from Mathematics. Third, the study of Mathematics enables students to develop their skills of applying principles to determine consequences. Problem solving is a type of higher-order reasoning uniquely given to man by God. Fourth, Mathematics relates temporarily with eternity. Therefore, in Mathematic studies we should consider two kind of realm with different characteristic (opposite characteristic) but relates simultaneously one another.

Language

Language is a well-ordered system, not only in the elemental phonetic sense, but in the greater scope of word relationships and how they interact to convey meaningful information. God has chosen to reveal Himself to man through His Word. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (John 1:1). Language is a precious gift by which God communicates knowledge of His works and will, as well as a necessary means of communication among men. “Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows” (James. 1:17).

Religion

The Bible is God’s Word. This sets the Bible apart from all other objects of study, along with its other claims for itself: that it is truth, that not one letter or stroke will pass away until all is accomplished, that it is the product of God’s creative power operating through holy men in such a way that the result is infallible and sufficient to perfectly equip God’s people for life and godliness. It is the only firm foundation for all human knowledge, and the only sure ground for faith and life. At the same time, the Scriptures testify that they can only be properly understood and received by those who are enlightened by the Holy Spirit, and that those who are ignorant or willfully disobedient often distort their meaning. Diligence in study of the Scriptures and an eagerness to obey what they say are prerequisites to right understanding.

Natural science

Natural Science is the systematic study of creation, based on observations. In the Bible we are told explicitly that in six days the Lord made heaven, earth, the sea and all that is in them. Clearly the creation or nature is God’s handiwork. “The works of the Lord are great, studied by all who have pleasure in them.” (Psalm 111:2) An understanding of God’s creation leads to a delight in God and an enjoyment of God in worship. Romans 1:20 states, “For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse”. God’s invisible attributes, eternal power and divine nature are seen. This passage says that these things are not only seen but clearly seen through what has been made, through creation. This means the creation is in effect a sermon on the invisible attributes of God, His eternal power and His divine nature. The creation is testifying to these things, and the result of this sermon is that man is without excuse. Rather we expose our students to the evidence of intelligent design that points to an intelligent designer, God.

Social Science

Christianity is a religion of remembering. From creation to present the children of God have been commanded to remember His justice, righteousness, holiness, and faithfulness to his people. History is the record of God’s providential dealings with men. As Christians, our faith rests on the historical truth of Christ’s advent, life, death, and resurrection during the first century A.D., in the locale of Jerusalem, under the political control of the Roman Empire (I Cor. 15:14). The truth of the record of Creation in Genesis also forms the basis for the totality of Christian and biblical thought (Col. 1-2).

Art

God is the supreme Creator of this world and of all creatures. Man – and man only – was made in God’s image; therefore, man is intended to use his mind to reflect upon the material world, use his creativity and skills to mimic the Lord’s creative act. Our responsibility in art, as in all things, is to glorify our Creator God by seeing His mind in the world around us, and in turn, creating miniature copies of the vast and beautiful universe and its particular parts.

Physical Education

Each person is a divinely-created creature. The body is a priceless possession (Psalm 139:13, 14 and Romans. 12:l). God gives each person physical attributes, or “talents,” to care for as well as intellectual and spiritual ones. A Christian’s body is “a temple of the Holy Spirit” (1 Corinthians 6:19). In the parable of the talents Jesus taught that Christians must develop their talents and practice stewardship. This stewardship also applies to the body, which is a gift from God. Developing motor proficiency, or training the body to move most efficiently, should always be directed toward serving God and others. While Scripture points out that physical training is less important than practicing godliness (1 Timothy 4:8), Scripture is clear that the body is the instrument through which and in which God calls people to live their lives in service to him.


  • LOGOS Christian School

    Andhika Plaza C/10-11, Simpang Dukuh 38-40
    Surabaya 60275
    +62 31 545 2244
    +62 852 3200 3300
    info@logos.sch.id

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