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The bitterness to say goodbye and the sweet hello to the new beginnings, Victorians, we have finally come to say our farewells as the SSC 2016-2017. Through our short journey: from the Game of Fonts, Promenade, School of Wizardry, Buka Bersama, Sports day, until the 2017 Independence Day celebration, we have put our dedication to each and every one of these. Through thick and thin and all of the struggles, it has all come to an end.

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Measles and Rubella Vaccination


Vaccines are among the most successful and cost-effective public health tools available for preventing disease and death. They not only help protect vaccinated individuals, but also help protect entire communities by preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases.

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Grade 7 & 8 Scout Camp


Scout Camp for Grade 7 – 8 is an annual event in Victory Plus School. The school decided to hold Scout Camp annually not just because it is a requirement from the government, but also because there are a lot of benefits and positive impacts to students’ character development such as: discipline, passion, problem solving, being able to be tough in all weather conditions, respectful to people and nature and much more.

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Cultural Parade for Bekasi Anniversary



Vicapella, our Secondary School Choir Club, participated in the Cultural Parade to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of Kota Bekasi. The event, which was held on Sunday, 12th March 2017, drew over 3,000 spectators from various sectors in Kota Bekasi, including government institutions, schools, religious groups, youth organizations and the like. The aim of this parade was to celebrate the cultural diversity of Kota Bekasi which has almost 3 millions residents from various ethnicity, religious and cultural backgrounds.

Under the leadership of the current city Mayor, Bpk. Dr. H. Rahmat Effendi, Bekasi has shown tremendous advancements in many aspects of life. One of the most recent and widely celebrated achievements was its selection as one of most tolerant cities in Indonesia in terms of religious freedom. This is also one of the values that we, at SVP, believe and embrace.

written by Bapak Hendriadi Yasir, Secondary School Principal