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Green School Bali is a private and international pre-kindergarten to high school located along the Ayung River near Abiansemal, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia. The school was founded by and Cynthia Hardy. The Hardys reportedly conceived of Green School in 2006 after reading Alan Wagstaff's Three Springs concept document for an educational village community. The school's bamboo bridge, spanning 22 meters across the Ayung River, was completed in November 2006. Green School opened in September 2008 with 90 students and a tailor-made campus that emerged from the jungle and rice fields. Since then it has grown to approximately 400 students.

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  • Green School Bali is a private and international pre-kindergarten to high school located along the Ayung River near Abiansemal, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia. The school was founded by and Cynthia Hardy. The Hardys reportedly conceived of Green School in 2006 after reading Alan Wagstaff's Three Springs concept document for an educational village community. The school's bamboo bridge, spanning 22 meters across the Ayung River, was completed in November 2006. Green School opened in September 2008 with 90 students and a tailor-made campus that emerged from the jungle and rice fields. Since then it has grown to approximately 400 students.
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  • Jl. Raya Sibang Kaja, Banjar Saren, Sibang Kaja, Abiansemal
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  • Green School Bali is a private and international pre-kindergarten to high school located along the Ayung River near Abiansemal, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia. The school was founded by and Cynthia Hardy. The Hardys reportedly conceived of Green School in 2006 after reading Alan Wagstaff's Three Springs concept document for an educational village community. The school's bamboo bridge, spanning 22 meters across the Ayung River, was completed in November 2006. Green School opened in September 2008 with 90 students and a tailor-made campus that emerged from the jungle and rice fields. Since then it has grown to approximately 400 students.
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