This study was aimed to assess food consumption, nutrient intake, Nutritional Dietary Quality (NDQ), Desirable Dietary Pattern (DDP) score, and correlation between DDP score and NDQ in school-age children 7—12 years old. The study was conducted by analyzing food consumption data of Basic Health Research 2010 collected through a 24-hour recall method. Subject obtained was 23,981 children. The results showed that most school-age children consume cereals (99.5%) and a few consume oily seeds (1.9%). Most school-age children (more than 50.0%) were deficit of energy, fat, carbohydrate, water, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B9, vitamin C, calcium, phosphor, and zinc. The mean of DDP score was 64.8±14.7. The mean of NDQ was 55.4±15.6. Statistical test results showed medium strong correlation between DDP score and NDQ (r=0.6).