The Raffles Christian School (Pondok Indah Campus) is part of the Raffles Christian Group of Schools (RCGS).
The Raffles Christian Group of Schools (RCGS) comprises of a group of premier schools that provides a world class, futuristic and Christian learning environment that nurtures Rafflesians to become active, lifelong learners and influential leaders of sterling character. The educational foundations, Yayasan Pendidikan Kristen Ora et Labora and Yayasan Pendidikan Sekolah Bhinneka of which Raffles Christian Group of Schools is part of has a proud tradition of nurturing outstanding students.
The 1st campus of the Raffles Group of Schools – Raffles International Christian School, Pondok Indah was started in July 2005 and founded by the late Mr. William Soeryadjaya (A renowned entrepreneur in Indonesia and founder of the Astra Group) and Mr. Radius Prawiro (The former Minister of Finance of The Republic of Indonesia) in consultation with the Singapore Teacher’s Union.
In October 2010, Raffles International Christian School acquired the PSB Singapore Schools in Kebon Jeruk and Kelapa Gading to form the Raffles International Group of Schools. The then PSB Singapore Schools have a rich and extensive heritage which can be traced back to 1964 when it was established as the former Singapore Productivity and Standards Board by the Singapore Government. The educational foundation, Yayasan Pendidikan Sekolah Bhineka of which Raffles-PSB Singapore School was part of, was integrated into the Raffles International Group of Schools. In January 2015, Raffles International Christian School was renamed as Raffles Christian School in accordance with the government regulations.
The Raffles Group of Schools further acquired INTI College Indonesia in July 2015 and rebranded the campus into Raffles College. Today the Raffles Group of Schools has a total of 6 campuses located throughout the city of Jakarta.
Raffles International Christian School became the international wing of the education foundations in 2005 and 2010 and has grown from 136 students (2007) and now has more than 2500 students (2015) from Grades K-12.