Homeschooling in Indonesia

Homeschooling courses for ages 4-18

Wolsey Hall Oxford is proud to support a growing number of families homeschooling in Indonesia. Our students are 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).

We find our families homeschooling in Indonesia place great importance on an engaging, stimulating and flexible curriculum which also allows students the freedom to study at their own pace.

Our IGCSE and A level courses are recognised and accepted by top Universities around the world and our students go on to study a variety of subjects including, Medicine, Business, Veterinary Science, Chemistry, Psychology, Law, Engineering, Economics, Mathematics and Anthropology.

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.

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

Wolsey Hall Oxford is a registered online Cambridge International School.

Wolsey Hall Oxford is a Pearson Edexcel approved centre

Contact our team now to find out more about homeschooling in Indonesia.

Equivalent qualifications

Indonesian qualification
Wolsey Hall equivalent course
Sekolah Menengah Pertama/Madrasah Tsanawiyah (SMP/MT)
Sekolah Menengah Atas/Madrasah Aliyah (SMA/MA)
AS Level

How the UK education system works

Meet Gordon

In this video we chat to Gordon whose son Clive is homeschooling in Indonesia. Clive has been a Wolsey Hall Oxford student for two years.

Gordon discusses why he moved Clive from mainstream school to homeschooling, why he chose Wolsey Hall Oxford, the benefits of homeschooling, his daily routine and much, much more!

Wolsey Hall dad Gordon - homeschooling in Indonesia
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.

Our courses

Secondary homeschoooling courses

Lower Secondary

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