Top in Academics

YCIS Shanghai students are known for their excellence in academics, including examination results and overall scholastic achievement. A rigorous academic programme, paired with a holistic approach to education, is the reason why YCIS Shanghai graduates continue to be accepted at top-ranked universities around the world.

 

Recognition and Awards

  • 2012: YCIS became the first and only international school in China to receive the “Cambridge Award for Excellence in Education”.

International Baccalaureate (IB) – 2016 results

  • The average combined IB score of the YCIS Shanghai Class of 2016 was an astonishing 35, five points higher than the worldwide average of 30.
  • The overall percentage of diploma students who achieved a score of 40 or higher was 15%, more than double the global average of 7%.
  • 43% of YCIS Shanghai students pursued and achieved a bilingual diploma, demonstrating the impact of the school’s robust Chinese language programme.

International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) – 2015 results

  • Top in the World for Design & Technology - Boung Jin
  • Top in the World for Foreign Language Mandarin Chinese - Hailey
  • Top in the World for Foreign Language Mandarin Chinese - Eun Kyeong
  • Top in China for Co-ordinated Sciences (Double Award) - Jung Han
  • Top in China for Drama - Ao Lan
  • Top in China for International Mathematics - Yi-Hao
  • Top in China for Literature (English) - Frances
  • High Achievement for World Literature - Rachel

International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) – Historical results

2014

  • Top in the World Award for Cambridge International Mathematics – Gillian
  • First place for students achieving 8A*’s – Gillian
  • Top in China for Economics – Gillian
  • Top in China for First Language English – Gillian
  • Top in China for Design and Technology – Nok Hang
  • Top in China for English First Language – Spencer
  • Top in China for World Literature – Spencer
  • Highly commended for Japanese First Language – Reiren
  • 55% of qualifications achieved received grades between A* - A (Highest score was 9A*, a level that was added by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) in 1994 to recognise the very top end of achievement)
  • 93% of qualifications achieved received grades in the range of A* – C (graded on an eight-point scale from A* to G)

2013

  • Top in the World Award for Cambridge International Mathematics – Soo Hyun
  • Top in the World Award for Foreign Language Mandarin Chinese – Natasha Ee Tjia
  • Top in China for Coordinated Sciences Economics –Soo Hyun
  • Top in China for Design & Technology – Natasha Ee Tjia
  • Top in China for First Language English – Yen Ting
  • Top in China for Geography – Chen
  • Top in China for Geography – Zibo
  • Best Across eight IGCSEs for Economics – Soo Hyun
  • High Achievement for First Language French – Matthieu
  • High Achievement for First Language Japanese – Risa

2012

  • Top in China for Economics – Charmaine Wan Hei
  • Top in China for Geography – Charmaine Wan Hei
  • Top in China (High Achiever Award) for Music – Isabelle
  • Top in China (High Achiever Award) for Portuguese – Bruno
  • Top in China (High Achiever Award) for Spanish – Dario
  • Top in Chinese (High Achiever Award) for Design & Technology – Caroline

2011

  • Top in the World Award for Mandarin Chinese – Sean Yen
  • Top in China for Co-ordinated Science – Sean Yen
  • Top in China for International Mathematics –Yae Wool
  • Best Across nine IGCSEs in China – Second Place – Heidi Xiao Wen
  • Best Across nine IGCSEs – Third Place – Annabelle Ming Fong
  • Best Across eight IGCSEs in China – First place – Sean Yen
  • Best Across eight IGCSEs – Third Place –Julianna
  • High Achievement for First Language Japanese – Moe
 

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