I’m missing my youngest brother. It’s been 9 months since he left
Actually, he already pursued his high school in
The point is my mom decided to take him out of the school on early December 2005, right before the mid-session began that my brother didn’t have his mid-report. Hence, he wasn’t able to continue his study on another school since he has no mid-report. On the other word, he had to begin his high school from the beginning and waited for next enrolment by July 2006. My mom already stressed about this school stuffs yet ordered me to find new school for my brother ASAP since she didn’t want to let him took holiday for undetermined time causing him a brain cram, LOL. Just kidding! Education is a most important thing in my family, and I’m sure to anyone else as well.
Let me continue with my school searching. I realized national school wouldn’t give any better solution other than to enroll next year, so I was looking for international school in town. My first step was MIBT on S.Parman, Slipi. I used to hear some of my friends who didn’t finish their high school and just walked in to foundation like MIBT and Uniprep as a pathway to enter university. Maybe my brother could do the same. Unfortunately, after I confirmed the terms & conditions, my brother didn’t pass the requirements. He must be at least 17 years old or has finished year 11. I talked to David, the manager. He was very nice and friendly Australian. He recommended me IPEKA High or Binus int’l school.
I went to those two, but finally decided to send my brother to Australia, since the school fee (in Jakarta) is so damn expensive; entry fee IDR 30 million, school fee IDR 10 million per 3-month pay in advance, excluding other miscellaneous fee. I thought it’s better to send him straight abroad and let him experience the language as well as its culture which he could never find it here.
My boyfriend helped me to find an agent to assist me to find a good-reputation high school in