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  • Outstanding IB Exam Results Yet Again for YCIS Shanghai

    Outstanding IB Exam Results Yet Again for YCIS Shanghai

    At YCIS, all students in Years 12 and 13 participate in the rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP), a comprehensive, two-year curriculum that provides diploma holders access to top universities around the world. This year, the 2015 IB Diploma graduates from Gubei and Century Park Campuses have once again achieved outstanding IB exam results.

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  • Video: Get a “Taste” of the Active Parent Community at YCIS

    Video: Get a “Taste” of the Active Parent Community at YCIS

    This Spring, YCIS Shanghai’s Parent Organisation Puxi (POP) held its 7th annual International Family Food Fair (IFFF) at the Hongqiao Campus. The event brought together around 2,500 attendees from more than 50 different countries, and it was truly a fun, family-centred celebration of community and multiculturalism!

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  • Director of Yew Chung Once Again Receives Global Recognition for Success in International Education

    Director of Yew Chung Once Again Receives Global Recognition for Success in International Education

    Dr Betty Chan Po-king, Director of Yew Chung International School (YCIS), which is one of the leading international school networks in mainland China and Hong Kong, has been awarded honorary degrees in North America, Asia and now Europe. She is undoubtedly a highly inspirational and innovative Hong Kong educator, who has now amazingly achieved global recognition on three continents.

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  • Watch a Recent YCIS Violin Concert

    Watch a Recent YCIS Violin Concert

    YCIS’s renowned violin programme remains at the foundation of the school’s well-rounded and diverse music programme. All children, aged 4–7, learn to play the violin at YCIS as part of school’s unique, research-based education concept that recognises that the violin helps students develop ear training, providing them with an advantage in learning tonal languages, such as Chinese. The violin also offers many additional benefits for children’s development, such as helping them develop a strong basis in music, performance skills, self-discipline, and attention to details. During the recent Spring Violin Concert, Primary students from Years 2 and 3 at the Hongqiao Campus delighted the audience with a fantastic performance.

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  • Unique Experiences in YCIS’s World Classroom Programme

    Unique Experiences in YCIS’s World Classroom Programme

    At YCIS, the World Classroom programme is a unique opportunity for students to learn outside the classroom. Each year, the school arranges experiential, project-based trips for students in Years 7–10, together with groups of other YCIS students China-wide. Recently, Year 7 students had the opportunity to travel to either Florida or Montana in the US for truly unforgettable trips.

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