The Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre (CRLC) is a refugee established and managed school located just outside of Jakarta, Indonesia. It has been operating since August 2014 and now has 5 classrooms, 12 teachers, 5 administration staff and over 100 students. It is supported by the Australian non-profit Cisarua Learning Inc.
Since starting it has attracted support from Australia and around the world. The Australian Education Union sends two teachers twice a year to support the curriculum. Parents and teachers from the Australian International School in Jakarta donated $5000 in materials and furniture, and the Sydney Morning Herald has written two major articles about the school. It is regularly visited by Australian University students, academics, teachers, artists, authors, filmmakers, journalists and other interested individuals.