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Singapore Intercultural Schools

SIS Takes Pride in Another Remarkable Wall of Honours List

For the students of Singapore Intercultural School (SIS), the world is indeed one large stage to set foot on and conquer. The school proudly shares some of the biggest achievements of its students over the last few years.

Achieving Academic Excellence Here and Abroad

With their hard work, commitment to learning, and passion, the students shine academically not only in Indonesia but all across the globe.

JC 1 Winston Purnomo received gold in the World Mathematics Invitational 2017 – Qualifying Rounds held in Jakarta, Indonesia, in February 2017. Meanwhile, two S4 students, Jovita and Kiaryn, bagged the silver awards for the finals round in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, in July 2017.

Jovita Kartika Tedja became the Best Delegate of the Conference during SVP Plus Model United Nations in Bekasi, Indonesia, in October 2017.

There’s no doubt that the school is achieving its mission in its IB and IGCSE programmes as the students pass and top the examinations. S4 Aaron Judah Bong received the distinction as the Top in Indonesia for Information & Communication Technology in the 2015 Cambridge Examinations. From the same test, Jennifer Sie, another S4, claimed Top in the World in Additional Mathematics.

Jeremy Einstein Brandon Guntoro (SY 2015-2016) is about to walk the same halls as Alexander Fleming as he pursues his biomedical engineering in the Imperial College, London.

Winning the Competitive World of Arts and Sports

With its goal to raise well-rounded children, SIS places equal importance on arts and sports, helping the students to achieve a good sense of excellence in performance across various artistic and sports categories.

The 2016-2017 SIS-KG U15 Girls’ Football Team composed of Audrelia Affandi (captain), Alysha Aryanto, Celine Goutama, Diantha Widyakrisnadi, Erin Justine, Jessica Cross, Jolin Kannitha, Maydeline Yang, Park Hee Yeon and Sherlyn Vebrianly holds the record of the longest winning streak with 22 victories in a row. They went undefeated throughout the entire school year in competitive football, winning 7 titles, including the 2016-2017 Jakarta Area Athletics Conference (JAAC) Championship. With Ruby Lim and Kimberly Sutjiono coming in to replace some of the older players, the team carried this form through to the 2017-2018 season, winning 7 more titles so far, including the 2017-2018 Jakarta Inter-Conference Championship. To cap another fantastic year, 3 of our players (Audrelia Affandi, Celine Goutama, and Sherlyn Vebrianly, all of whom have been on the open-age team since they were in P5) were recently selected by PSSI for the U-16 National Team based on their performances for the school team. Celine will represent Indonesia at the 2018 ASEAN Football Federation Championship in Palembang next month.

Rosemarie Angelica, an S4 student, competed in the 2015 World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA) in California. With her talent in ballet and singing, she received bronze medal.

Here are the other equally skilful students who made the SIS Community proud:

Academics

  • Shelby Kho (JC 2 2016-2017 Valedictorian with a score of 39)
  • Regina Pricillia (high IB score, 2016-2017)
  • Paris Maxentia Malik (high IB score, 2016-2017)
  • Judith Sofiana Haryanto (high IGCSE score, 2016-2017)
  • Winston Purnomo (high IGCSE score, 2016-2017)
  • Prisca Yaputri (high IB score, 2015-2016)
  • Fransisca Catherine (high IB score, 2015-2016)
  • Jennifer Sie (high IGCSE score, 2015-2016)
  • Paris Maxentia Malik (high IGCSE score, 2015-2016)
  • Darren Hardisuryo (Cambridge High Achievement award for Chinese A-Level)
  • Angel Funny (Top in Indonesia award for the General Paper, accepted at UBC)
  • Vittorio Wijaya (World Scholars Cup participant at Yale University in November 2017)

Sports and Arts

  • 2016 U12 SIS United Boys Team composed of Eirik Vaughan, Seongbeen Jang, Darren Gunawan, et al. (2016 Jakarta Schools Football League U12 B Division Champions)
  • 2016 U15 Girls’ Relay Team composed of Audrelia Affandi, Caroline Leonita, Celine Goutama, and Jessica Cross (First relay team from a SIS school to win JAAC gold at the JIS Bruce Weber Classic)
  • Jayne Cross (Represented Jakarta in Kejurnas Atletik, 2016)
  • Jessica Cross (selected for Jakarta athletics team at O2SM in 2014. Also Jakarta Open 2016’s 300M champion, 2016 Kejurnas 60M champion, 2014: set JAAC U13 400M record in track at JIS Weber Classic. Set JAAC U13 200M record in track at JIS Weber Classic in 2015 and 2016)
  • Seongbeen Jang (2016 JAAC record in track at JIS Bruce Weber Classic)
  • Audrelia Affandi (2016-17 SIS Footballer of the Year. New SIS record for most goals scored in a single academic year with 75 goals in 2016-17 season. 4 MVP awards in 2016-17 season and currently 2 MVP awards in 2017-18 season. 5 Golden Boot titles in 2016-17 season and 2 Golden Boot trophies currently in 2017-18 season. 2017 JAAC Football All-Star and tournament top scorer)
  • Celine Goutama (2016-17 SIS Footballer of the Year. Holds a new NJAC record for most goals scored in a senior girls’ or boys’ football league with 21 goals in 2016-17 season. Holds second most goals scored by a SIS player in a single academic year with 61 goals in 2016-17 season. 2 Golden Boot titles so far in 2017-18 season, 4 Golden Boot titles in 2017-18 season. 2016 JAAC Football All-Star and tournament top scorer)
  • Aditya Bhat, Christopher Sutjiono, Claudio Sagita, Dixen Artero, and Nicholas Sutjiono (2015 Badminton Doubles Champions and 2015 JAAC Badminton Doubles Champions)
  • Beatrix Salim (2016 Bronze in Modern Dance at the World Championships of Performing Arts in California)
  • Pearl Phoebe Kimberly (in 2016, played on team that won U14 National Basketball Championship)
  • Claudia Chandra (badminton championships in Australia)