In late 2007 the first broadly representative school community bodies were established in an effort to improve communication between school managers and the wider school community.
Then known as School Boards their membership was drawn from parents, teachers, local staff and managers. The boards provided a forum for an exchange of views that then informed decision-making at the campus level. At this time each location was treated as a separate school and each campus had its own Yayasan Board.
Changes to Indonesian Government regulations in 2012 required reorganisation under a single AIS-Indonesia Yayasan Board in August 2012 the School Board at each location became known as the Campus Advisory Council.