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School Newsletter (February 2019)


CBCS Family,

I recently read an excellent article about parenting which I shared last semester with teachers and leaders at CBCS written by Jonathan “JP” Pokluda, a young-adult ministry leader, teaching pastor, author, and frequent contributor. Pokluda’s article offers some profound insights regarding two key parenting principles and ten habits of extraordinary parents that I hope will inspire and equip you in your important role. The first three habits are listed in this newsletter and the next seven habits will be published accordingly in the next newsletter editions. CBCS leadership hopes these principals and habits will continue the conversation between parents and school so that together, we can better achieve the end goals of a classical, Christian education.

Blessings, Denise Strickland, M. Ed

EC/GS Academic Director


“Parenting is Hard Work, but Don’t Get Discouraged” by JP Pokluda

I’ve spent the last 11 years leading one of the world’s largest young adult ministries, and it has given me a unique view into the results of other parents’ parenting. I have interacted with tens of thousands of twenty-somethings who are fresh out of the nest, and I’ve seen the impact various parenting styles make on young adults. I’ve closely observed some extraordinary kids and sibling groups and have had the privilege of learning from their parents’ examples. As a result, I believe the following to be true:

● Extraordinary young adults often come from extraordinary parents.

● Extraordinary parents often share common practices.

Below is a list of ten habits of extraordinary parents. My prayer is that by sharing what I’ve learned from many outstanding parents, we can all resist the temptation of passive,ordinary parenting and do better.

1. Extraordinary parents see children as blessing

Ordinary parents see children as inconvenient little nuisances who get in the way of their preferences. When I became a father, I was an ordinary parent. Monica wanted children quickly after we got married. I wanted to enjoy each other, make money, and see the world. When we did start a family and begin to experience sleepless nights and plenty of tears, I felt justified in my prior resistance. Then, I read Psalm 127, where God says children are a blessing. In fact, if I see children as anything other than a blessing, I am missing the very heart of God. The truth of Psalm 127 allowed me to find joy in parenting and treasure the time I spend with our kids. Do you see your children as a blessing?

Psalm 127:3-5: "Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them."

2. Extraordinary parents teach boundaries

There is fierce competition for who and what influences a child’s heart – from smartphones and movies, to friends and socialmedia. Ordinary parents are afraid of their kids getting bored and allow their children unfettered access to iPads, phones, Kindles,movies, and other media. Under the guise of “not prying,” ordinary parents let their kids date far too early in life; stay overnightwith families they know very little about; and sit naively by while their child’s iPad, phone, and computer become gateways toexplicit content. Extraordinary parents work hard to protect what information and influences are stored in their child’s heart.Extraordinary parents known that pornography addiction often begins early in childhood, and they monitor access to media and technology. Extraordinary parents have boundaries with and for their kids, and in doing so, teach their children how to protectt heir hearts.

Do you teach your kids about boundaries?

Proverbs 4:23: "Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it."

3. Extraordinary parents make the most of moments

Ordinary parents outsource discipleship and spiritual instruction to their church or the school. Extraordinary parents look for teachable moments everywhere, from meal times, to drive times, to bed time. Extraordinary parents ask kids questions and listen carefully to the questions they ask. They model faithfulness and teach their kids God’s plan and purpose for their lives.Extraordinary parents know that God’s “Plan A” is for parents to pass on His values to the next generation. Extraordinary parents know that discipling their children is God’s highest calling in their lives.

Do you make the most of MOMENTS for teaching your children? Strategically focus on four times with your children – morning time, meal time, drive time, and evening time.

Deuteronomy 6:5-9: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates."


For parents who would enroll your children to CBCS , we are open the second admission. The application form can be bought on February 25, 2019 until March 1, 2019. Please contact Mrs. Ance at the front office for further information. If you have relatives or friends who are interested to enroll their children at CBCS, you may inform them.


We will have our PTC on Friday and Saturday, Mar 15 - 16, 2019. The school serves you better in signing up yourself online through a link that will be sent to both your email and WhatsApp Messenger. Please sign up yourself from Feb 25 - Mar 5, 2019.


CBCS will hold the Parenting Seminars by Mr. Julianto Simanjuntak from Lembaga Konseling Keluarga Kreatif(LK3). Please see the information below.

  • CBCS Parenting Seminar

Date : Friday, March 1, 2019

Place : CBCS Multi Purpose Building

Schedule :

09:00 - 10:30 Tantangan dan Solusi Parenting di Era Digital

10:30 - 11:00 Break

11:00 - 12:30 Pemulihan Trauma Relasi dan Luka Emosi Pada Anak

This seminar is school-wide and all CBCS parents are very welcome to join.

Thank You Note(s)

Our school would like to say thank you to:

1. Mr. Davin Kamil, father of Sam Yuki Kamil (2B) for donating Upper School’s school badge.

2. Mrs. Melinda Sutejo, mother of Owen Tjandra (5B) for donating books to our school library.

3. Mrs. Yuliani Agustine, mother of Sergio Alvaro (11B) for donating books to our school library.

Thank you for the kind blessings, may God bless you.

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  2. Grammar
  3. SOL
  4. SOR

Early Childhood

IMG 5355Early Childhood education provides the strong foundation necessary for the spiritual, academic, and social development of each child. They will learn how to adjust to a school environment, where they will be taught and trained to be able to help themselves. Teachers help students to build relationships with others using Biblical principles.



Grammar School

IMG 1867The first years of schooling are called the “grammar stage.” CBCS Grammar School is comprised of students from Grade 1 to Grade 6. The grammar stage are the years in which the building blocks for all other learning are laid. In the elementary school years the mind is ready to absorb information. Children at this age actually find memorization fun. During this period, students will begin to learn of facts. Students will learn such things as the rules of phonics and spelling, rules of grammar for English writing and speaking, poems, the vocabulary of foreign languages, the stories of history and literature, descriptions of plants and animals and the human body, and the facts of mathematics.



School of Logic

IMG 1616solBy fifth or sixth grade, a child’s mind begins to think more analytically. The “logic stage” is a time when students begin to notice cause and effect, how different fields of knowledge relate, and the way facts fit together into a logical framework. These students begin to develop their natural capacity for abstract thought while continuing to nourish their curiosity.

Our academic goals for the School of Logic students include learning how to become self-learners, learning how to manage their schedules and demands, and learning how to think critically and logically.


School of Rhetoric

IMG 20161028 WA0012The CBCS School of Rhetoric is comprised of 125+ students from Grade 10 to Grade 12. It is the capstone of CBCS Classical Education. This is where the students are trained to become future leaders equipped with Christian worldview and technical skills to go out into the world and become culture changers. Building on the first two stages of the Classical Trivium, students in the “rhetoric stage,” will learn to write and speak with confidence and originality. They learn to apply the rules of logic to the basic information learned in the early grades.




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