Welcome to Sekolah Pelita Harapan (SPH)

“Do you desire to impact the world for Jesus Christ?”

“Are you open to teaching internationally?”

“Would you enjoy serving in a highly relational, fast-paced, internationally diverse Christian community?”

Then you’ll want to prayerfully consider joining the faculty and staff of Sekolah Pelita Harapan International Schools (SPH) in Jakarta, Indonesia. (translated – School of Hope and Light)

We are seeking men and women who desire to join God’s Kingdom work in Indonesia. The faculty and staff of SPH are educating and equipping young people to be influencers in their world for God’s glory. SPH is made up of a diverse international group of educators who are part of this dynamic learning community investing in the life-changing work of Christian schooling across the Indonesian archipelago.

We invite you to review our current job openings for immediate consideration and begin the application process for current or future openings. SPH offers competitive compensation and benefits. Benefits include health insurance, retirement plan, housing, relocation and travel allowances for expatriate employees.

Thank you for your interest in Kingdom education to the glory of God!

Mr. Matthew Mann
Academic Advisor, All Campus

Educational Outcomes

Our goal is flourishing students who engage in a lifelong pursuit of truth. We seek to develop students who are curious, collaborative and responsible thinkers. We teach our students to analyze carefully and to make reasoned, ethical decisions. They become ready to succeed in university studies as independent lifelong learners. It is our prayer that all students are grounded in the Gospel with the tools to grow spiritually, able to understand and apply a biblical worldview as faithful Christ-followers. Our students grow as principled and reflective individuals with godly character. They gain a strong sense of integrity and honesty, treating others with respect and dignity. We are committed to teaching students to be able to listen and to express themselves well with confidence. They are able to understand, critique and challenge worldviews and their implications, able to work effectively with others of diverse backgrounds and perspectives while maintaining the integrity of beliefs. We desire to enable students to be hope-filled servant leaders, equipped for lives of action and transformational leadership, pursuing justice, mercy, and peace. They learn to think and act redemptively, treating all people as God’s image-bearers, deserving dignity, courtesy, compassion, and cooperation. We teach them to graciously serve the needs of those around them for the sake of Christ as they live well-rounded, healthy and resilient lives.

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