Santo Nicholas School

Our Motto: Scienta Maxime cum Virtute

As a trillingual educational institution, Santo Nicholas School believes in establishing and nurturing a happy, healthy, and safe learning environment to achieve the best results. Our Principals, Teachers and Staffs, are committed to helping all children to feel valued as individuals to make academic progress, and to taste success at appropriate levels. We are committed to building and addressing the things that we believe will make a difference in our student's success.

Music and drama

"Every performer was once amateur"

Let's donate and Be Awesome!

'Let's donate and Be Awesome' is a charity concert, brought to you by Santo Nicholas School, in collaboration with Avia Cantata, an award- winning music school in Medan. Student get to develop their musical skills, as well as performing in front of live audiences.

Competitions & Awards

Students of Santo Nicholas School has participated and won in various music competitions, such as De Vier Piano Competition, Veranza Piano Competition, Perfect Tone National Music Competition, and many more!
We believe that building artistry in children may make them grow into passionate and enthusiastic adults.

Sharing session with concert pianist Aryo Wicaksono

International concert pianist Aryo Wicaksono, served on the jury for the 2nd Thailand Mozart International Piano Competition (June 2012), and 20th Serbia International Competition for Young Pianists (March 2016). As a US State Department Artist Grant Recipient, he performed concerts — masterclasses — lectures in four cities in Serbia (Belgrade, Novi Sad, Sremska Mitrovica, and Sabac), in collaboration with Multikultivator Serbia and various conservatories.

As an educator, his former students have been accepted with full scholarships into prestigious institutions such as the Curtis Institute of Music, New England Conservatory, Peabody Conservatory - Johns Hopkins University, Yong-Siew Toh Conservatory in Singapore, and University of British Columbia Vancouver.

A grateful and thankful graduate of the Colburn School and the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music and Dance, he recently received the 2016-2017 Honors Excellence in the Arts Award. He is currently the Membership Manager for Chamber Music America, the national network for small ensemble music professionals.

On 12th October 2019, he gave a 2 hour long sharing session about music, passion, hardwork and talent to Junior Highschool Students of Santo Nicholas School

A Play: Moriah and her lost sister

This origanal play was completely written, directed, and acted by the J1 students of A. Y. 2018 - 2019.

It tells a story about a young girl called Moriah, who was severely bullied at school and was constantly put down by the teachers. At the end of the day, she realises her bully was actually her long lost sister, thought never to be seen again. Her reunion with her sister was so heartwarming, that children can learn how to develop commpassion, kindness, and love.