Welcome to School Alumni!

Explore the success stories of our incredible alumni at CGA School! After graduating from our institution, our graduates have continued their academic journey at prestigious universities both in Indonesia and around the world. In the USA, our graduates have excelled at institutions such as Michigan University, Wheaton College, Smith College, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In Korea, they’ve pursued their studies at Handong Global University, Ewha Womans University, KyungHee University, and Busan University of Foreign Studies YongIn University. Furthermore, our alumni have made their mark in Japan at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University and Tokyo International University. Closer to home, they’ve academic pursuits at esteemed Indonesian universities such as Prasetiya Mulya University, Harapan Bangsa Institute of Technology, Padjajaran University, and Brawijaya University. We are immensely proud of the achievements of our graduates and their diverse academic endeavors,  showcasing the global impact of  CGA education.


Strengthening Relationships

We aim to strengthen relationships among School alumnae, current students, and soon-to-be alumnae while promoting personal and professional growth. We organize events, programs, and activities, including career fairs, mentorship, and workshops to help our members connect, learn, and develop. Our goal is to create an inclusive community that supports and empowers members to achieve their full potential in their personal and professional lives.


A sound-field system makes it easier for the students to hear the teacher’s voice. Research has found that sound-field systems may improve literacy development in all children.

While I love School’s emphasis on a diverse liberal arts education, during my sophomore year I found myself wondering how I could fuse my plethora of academic interests into a unified skill-set.

All classrooms are equipped with a sound-field system for the benefit of the hearing as well as the children with hearing loss.

We knew we were different, even from out elementary school days. We were the class clowns; we engaged with people differently. We knew there was something out there that was meant for us.


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