SPH Summer 2020

At SPH Summer 2020, we encourage every student to pursue their unique God-given talents and passions. This year we offer both modes of learning in our Summer Program: Online and On-Campus. You may choose the most suitable mode of learning for your children.

Students will be taught by experienced SPH expatriate and national teachers as well as UPH lecturers and mentors. Our university level summer classes are also available for high school students, conducted by prominent professors of Covenant College. Enjoy your Summer Experience with SPH!

Online Programs

A world of knowledge at your fingertips. These programs suit students who prefer to experience the creative and fun online learning in the comfort of your home.

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On-Campus Program

Many of your children miss on-campus activities and looking for outdoor time. Located in SPH Lippo Village, these programs are perfect for those who desire safe in-person learning.

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Safety Guideline

Our health & safety protocols are led by Siloam Hospitals Group for cleaning, infection control and health safety. SPH Summer teachers and staff will also undergo proper COVID-19 testing procedures.

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Early Bird

50% off for SPH Students
20% off for Public

Free Covenant College
Summer Class

for SPH Students Gr. 10-12

Valid until 30 June


The First U.S. University credit earning course for High School Students.
LEARN New Knowledge | GAIN U.S. university course credit | TRANSFERable
Open to all Grade 9-12 worldwide. Limited Seat.

Summer Film Appreciation Short Course
from Biola University, USA


July 13–31


Tuesdays & Thursdays


9:00 – 11:00 a.m


Dr. Elmar Hashimov

Tell stories that matter.

Learn about the creative tradition of Hollywood and world cinema, and gain invaluable insight into how media shapes us and our culture.

Film Appreciation is a three-week online course from Biola University’s School of Cinema and Media Arts that gives you the opportunity to explore the art, history, theory and appreciation of film.

You’ll screen and analyze 10 films in all— including Casablanca (1942), Spirited Away (2001), Arrival (2016) and others. You’ll also read scholarly texts, engage in creative projects, participate in group discussions, and write reflective essays.

Course Benefit
  • 3 Transferable U.S. University Credits
  • Recommendation Letter from a Top Film School
  • Certificate of Completion
  • U.S. University Experience
  • Final Project Presented to Film/Media Experts
  • Priority Application to Biola University’s School of Cinema and Media Arts

key speakers

speaker name
Dr. Nola Hecker


Associate Professor of Linguistics at Covenant College with her Ph.D. in Linguistics from Stanford University

speaker name
Dr. Daniel R. Zuidema

Chemistry: Principles and Christian Perspectives

Professor of Chemistry at Covenant College with his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Wake Forest University

speaker name
Dr. Robert Erle Barham

Introduction to Literary Studies

Professor of English at Covenant College with his M.Phil. in Medieval & Renaissance Literature from the Cambridge and Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

speaker name
Kate Harrison-Belz

Journalism and Nonfiction Storytelling

English professor at Covenant College with her M.F.A. in Nonfiction from Goucher College

speaker name
Kusno Prasetya, Ph.D.

Coding & Computer Science

Lecturer of Information Systems Department, UPH with his Ph.D. in Information Technology from Bond University, Australia

speaker name
Alfa Satyaputra, M.Sc.

Website Builder & UI/UX Designer

Lecturer of Computer Science, UPH with his M.Sc. focused in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, USA. Skilled in Python, Analytical Skills, Requirements Analysis, PHP, and Computer Science.

speaker name
Stephen L. Metcalfe

Energize Camp

Director and Coach of UPH Sports. With his guidance, the Sport Department has had success and has established itself as a major influencer among Indonesian sport organizations.

speaker name
Dr. Elmar Hashimov

Film Appreciation

Dr. Hashimov researches and teaches film appreciation, professional writing and communication, and digital literacy. His scholarly and creative work appears in a variety of peer-reviewed and popular publications, such as The Atlantic, Technical Communication Quarterly and the 99% Invisible podcast.

Reserve Your Seat

Space is limited to provide appropriate health and safety protocols for on-campus option and to provide appropriate student-teacher connections in the online option. Seat will be allocated on the first come, first serve basis.

  • Early Bird: 50% off
    for all Programs
  • FREE
    Covenant College Summer Classes
    for High School Students
  • Valid until 30 June
  • Early Bird: 20% off
    for all Programs

  • Valid until 30 June
G9-12 in 2021

Biola University Summer Course

  • Early Bird:
    Save Rp. 6 Million
  • FREE Registration
    for SPH Student
  • Valid until 10 July

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