TAKE A TOUR WITH US!
Join our general tour from Monday-Sunday at 02.45pm
(except public holidays & the dates specified below)
Friday 1st May: International Workers’ Day
Want to meet and tour around the campus with John Hardy himself? Join our Founder’s Tour on the following Wednesdays: 15th 22nd & 29th April
- Prospective parent, please click here to arrange a private admissions tour
- Large group (more than 10 people), please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Individuals and small group (less than 10 people), please sign up by clicking the “Book Now” button below.
As we enter our 7th year of operation, Green School has attracted an extraordinary amount of attention for its pioneering attempt to integrate traditional academic education with environmentally sustainable practices, and we have been honoured by visits from thousands of people from all over the world. Whether you who are traveling from far and wide or from just around the corner to come visit us, we look forward to showing you all that our school has to offer, from the magnificent Heart of School to the Begawan Foundation breeding sanctuary for the critically endangered Bali Starling. As you spend an afternoon exploring our campus, we encourage you to imagine how you can bring, in your own way, a spirit of positive change and sustainability to your own community.
To help inspire you, we are excited to share our vision for our school and our future generations of global citizens and green leaders. As a tour participant, you will also be empowering our future green leaders in their educational path since all contributions from the tours go directly to our scholarship program for the local children who attend Green School.
At Green School, our local Scholarship students represent an important part of our student body. We currently have 34 Indonesian Scholars, and we are striving to grow this program to 20% of our student body by the 2015-2016 school year. But we need help! Our scholars come from a variety of backgrounds and are striving to become leaders in transforming the face of Bali and Indonesia.
These children help to enrich and enliven our student body in important ways and act as a living link to the communities that surround us; your support helps us to continue offering them an education that will empower them to become future Green Leaders of Bali, the region, and the world. All proceeds from your tour go directly to funding an Indonesian scholar. If you are interested in learning more about our Local Scholar Programme and how you can help, click here.
Our public tours run every day Monday through Sunday afternoon (excluding Indonesian public holidays) at 02:45pm. Gate will be opened for visitors at 02.00pm where you can enjoy Bali’s best cup of coffee at our F.R.E.A.K coffeeshop or a raw food treat at our Living Food Lab.
If you are interested to visit Ibuku, the company that built and designed Green School and to visit some of their beautiful home, CLICK HERE.
Green School Tour Contribution Fee:
- Adult US$ 10 or 120,000 Rupiah per person
- Children Age 6-12 US$5 or 60,000 Rupiah per person
- Children below 6 years old: FREE
- KTP holder 75,000 Rupiah
Directions to Green School :
From Denpasar: From Jalan Gatot Subroto, find Jalan Achmad Yani heading North. Continue straight to Sibang, when you come across the Sibang bridge, keep going until you see a bamboo Green School sign on the left and make that turn. (If you come to a petrol station on your left you’ve gone about a kilometer too far.) Continue about 500 M down a bumpy village road until you take a left turn into our parking area. The drive from Gatot Subroto in northern Denpasar to Sibang Kaja takes approximately 20 minutes. From Ubud: Head south to Mambal Market (Pasar Mambal). From the market, head south again about 3 kilometres towards Denpasar. About one kilometer south of the petrol station look for a bamboo Green School sign on the right and make that turn. Continue about 500 M down a bumpy village road until you take a left turn into our parking area. The drive from Ubud to Sibang Kaja takes approximately 30 minutes.