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Congratulations to the recipients of the
INDONESIA – MAY/JUNE 2019 Exam Series



Tunas Bangsa Christian School is a registered Cambridge International School, centre number ID368.

Tunas Bangsa Christian School student achieves top result in Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards

One learner from Tunas Bangsa Christian School has received a prestigious award from Cambridge Assessment International Education to acknowledge her outstanding performance in the May/June 2018 Cambridge Examination series.

The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards programme celebrates the success of learners taking Cambridge examinations in over 40 countries around the world. Cambridge places learners at the centre of their international education programmes and qualifications which are inspired by the best in educational thinking.

Mary Anne Clarissa Marcia Tambingon received Top in the Country (Indonesia) award for Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language (speaking endorsement) examinations in May/June 2018 exam series.

Haryanti Wirawan, The Principal of Tunas Bangsa Christian School said that the award recognised the talent, dedication and commitment of both learners and staff.

Top performing learners will receive their Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards at Annual Award in February 2019. Dianindah Apriyani, Senior Country Manager, Indonesia said: ‘It is extremely rewarding to congratulate Cambridge learners and teachers at Tunas Bangsa Christian School who have worked so hard to achieve tremendous success in Cambridge IGCSE examinations. The results are a reflection of the enormous talent in Indonesia, not only amongst the learners but also within the teaching profession. Learners from Tunas Bangsa Christian School have a bright future ahead of them, and I wish them every success in their future.’

Congratulations to Cambridge IGCSE June 2018 Top Achievers:

  1. Farrel Rafaelino Separgo – English (A)
  2. Gabriela Gracia – English (A)
  3. Mary Anne Clarissa Marcia Tambingon – English (A*)
  4. Michelle Renee Zephaniah – English (A)
  5. Ariel Benjamin – English (A)
  6. Joycelyn Louissa Sugiarto – English (A)
  7. Michelle Liu – English (A*)
  8. Teofilus Michael Saroinsong – English (A)
  9. Timotius Jason Lee – English (A)
  10. Matthew Subianto – English (A)
  11. Alethea Nadine – English (A)
  12. Anetta Lemuel – English (A)
  13. Kevin Jonathan – English (A)
  14. Matthew Emmanuel Lurin – English (A)
  15. Farrel Rafaelino Separgo – Mathematics (A)
  16. Mary Anne Clarissa Marcia Tambingon – Mathematics (A*)
  17. Thomas Franklin – Mathematics (A)
  18. Firenzia Lorenzia – Mathematics (A)
  19. Michelle Liu – Mathematics (A*)
  20. Teofilus Michael Saroinsong – Mathematics (A)
  21. Alethea Nadine – Mathematics (A)
  22. Jeremy Nathaniel Wijaya – Mathematics (A)
  23. Kevin Jonathan – Mathematics (A)
  24. Jeremy Nathaniel Wijaya – Indonesian (A*)

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First Cambridge International Exams in Tunas Bangsa Christian School


Registered as a Cambridge International School with centre number ID368, Tunas Bangsa Christian School is conducting the Cambridge Exams for the first time this year. There are two kinds of examinations: Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint and Cambridge IGCSE.

The participants of Cambridge Secondary 1 examinations are grade 8 students taking Science examination. The test was conducted on Friday 20 April 2018.

Cambridge IGCSE Examinations
The participants are grade 11 students. They are taking English and Math examinations. The practical examinations started in April 2018 and the written examinations started on Friday 4 May 2018.

Everyone at Tunas Bangsa Christian School would like to wish all students taking the exams the very best of luck.   

Tunas Bangsa Christian School has been approved by Cambridge Assessment International Education to offer its world-leading Cambridge programme. 

The Cambridge programme for students aged 11 to 19 is made up of three stages – Cambridge Lower Secondary, Cambridge Upper Secondary and Cambridge Advanced – giving students a clear path for educational success. Each stage combines a world-class curriculum, high-quality support for teachers and integrated assessment. 

Cambridge Upper Secondary leads to Cambridge IGCSE, the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds. Cambridge Advanced prepares students for university and higher education, and leads to Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications. 

Every year, nearly a million students from 10 000 schools in 160 countries prepare for their future with Cambridge programmes and qualifications. Success with Cambridge often gives students admission to the world’s best universities – in the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Germany and beyond. 

Michael O’Sullivan, Chief Executive of Cambridge Assessment International Education, said: “We are delighted to announce that Tunas Bangsa Christian School has joined our global community of Cambridge schools and we look forward to a long and productive relationship with them.”

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