United Nations Sec-Gen Ban Ki-Moon at Green School Bali
In September 2014, we had the honour to have United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon at our School.
Watch the video montage of his visit made by our two very dedicated and special parents , Carol Da Riva and Edu Petta.
Have a read through this insightful perspective by Clover Hogan, our High School student and one of the emcees at Ban Ki-Moon’s assembly.
From the Head of School
History of Green School
As Head of School, I have listened to so many people and their heartfelt viewpoints. All are expressive. A school develops a history – and the Board has determined after six years to share with all families an historical perspective, gleaned from interviews. This was not written by me – but it is shared to celebrate with great humility all that has been committed. As with all histories, there is a length but I do hope you find a quiet place, a restful time, to sit and digest the achievements of those who have given so much to generate the “greenest school on earth”. Read more
Jane Goodall visits Green School Bali
In June 2014, Green School is honored to have Dr. Goodall visited the school and spent 4 remarkable days with the children and community. As well, Dr. Goodall delivered an inspiring lecture and address the keynote speech to our High School graduates.
Watch Dr. Goodall share her thoughts about our Green School
Green School Students Introduce Green School
Here’s a beautiful new video in which Green School students explain in words and images what makes this such a special place:
Watch video about Green School
Michael Franti Visits Green School
“For anybody that’s considering sending your kid to school here, it’s different than other schools where your kid’s going to be assigned a number and a desk and you show up and you do exactly what you’re told. Here if you have an idea to do something that’s outside of the box, that idea is going to be fostered and nurtured rather than pushed down. I highly recommend coming here as a visitor, if you’re just visiting Bali; and if you’re a student, it’s a great place to be.” – Michael Franti, poet, musician, and activist, Hear what Michael has to say about Green School