Education for a better world

Dyatmika is a not for profit school founded by national and international parents over twenty-five years ago. While student numbers have grown from a single class to a student body ranging from Play Group to the graduating Class 12, the school continues to have a community feel. Dyatmika is embedded within Bali while being outward looking and welcoming.

Our academic and extracurricular programme combine to offer a quality education that sees students thriving during their time at Dyatmika. They leave our school equipped to pursue further education, follow vibrant careers and to live fully and well.

“The heart of any school begins and ends with the people who enter it every day, from our talented and dedicated teaching, administrative and site staff, to our students and their families. Our strong and vibrant school community makes Dyatmika a warm and dynamic school. If you are not already a member of the Dyatmika family, we hope that you will join us.”

Julie Browett
Director

Alumni Voices

“I have been studying Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences in Eindhoven University of Technology. Alongside my study, I am leading my own sustainable investment group in Eindhoven’s Investment Society. Additionally, I am in the organising committee of a new festival. It combines music, culture and sustainability. I’m forever grateful for the warm environment Dyatmika fosters. The support and mentorship given allowed for me to gain the knowledge, skills, and initiative to explore and go after what I want.”

Isabella Zylstra

“Hi, I am Grace Cullinane and I pursued the field of Environment at University. I love my programme, Environment, Resources and Sustainability, as it aligns with my passion and allows me to have co-op job experiences. My study term and work term alternates, I could get a job with the Environment and Climate Change Canada, University Researchers, Private Environmental Companies and more. I am very happy to be on the Dean’s Honours List. Dyatmika helped me adapt to the university style of learning schedules and to be more involved in clubs. I use a modified version of the Cornell Method to take notes and have a growth mindset thanks to Dyatmika. The more recent Dyatmika Community Garden helped in job searches in my field. I am also glad that I was a part of the Dyatmika Roots and Shoots club. I believe that Dyatmika will keep growing and allow even more opportunities as the school expands, so do not be afraid to take them!”

Grace Cullinane

“After graduating from Dyatmika, I went on to pursue further studies at the University of California, San Diego. I have since completed a Bachelor’s degree in Bioinformatics with honours. Following a summer internship at Google in my junior year of college, I’m now just about to start a full-time job as a Software Engineer at the Google headquarters in Palo Alto. I couldn’t have gotten to where I am now without the support of the High School community. I am forever grateful to my friends and teachers at Dyatmika!”

KARINA SOERJANTO

Our Campus and Facilities

The school is situated on one large, attractive campus that overlooks rice fields and the Indian Ocean. All buildings are purpose built and take advantage of the views and fresh sea breezes. There are specialised areas for sports, science labs, computer rooms, art studios, a library, a study centre, music rooms, a canteen, gardens and play areas. Classrooms are fitted with teaching and learning technology, for example interactive whiteboards and projectors. Wifi is available throughout the school.

Latest News

Introducing Our New Support Staff

Erieka Naka Maheswari, Housekeeping My name is Wayan Erieka Naka Maheswari; you can call me Rika. I was born in Denpasar and live with my family close to Dyatmika. In 2020 I completed my education at SMA Negeri 7 Denpasar, which is one of the favourite schools in...

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Dyatmika PE & Sports News

By Pak Philip Alumni and Bali United Player - Gavin Kwan Adsit visits Dyatmika On Monday, 22 November, Gavin Kwan Adsit, a former Student who left Dyatmika to pursue his football career, visited Dyatmika and spoke to Class 7 students about following their dream and...

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Emotional Regulation: A Key to Student Wellbeing

PSHE Education Team An integral part of PSHE curriculum is to teach and develop students’ understanding of how and why taking care of their emotional wellbeing matters. In the last two months of PSHE, we provided chances for students to explore why we feel and express...

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