Outstanding IB Scores for the YCIS Shanghai Class of 2018
Yew Chung International School of Shanghai (YCIS Shanghai) is delighted to congratulate the Class of 2018 on their outstanding International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) results. Our newest alumni achieved an incredible average IB score of 35, more than 5 points higher than the world average of 29.78.
YCIS ‘Seeds of Hope’ Pilgrimage Raises Money in Support of Kids International Ministries
On June 1, Mr Steve Hackman, Head of Christian and Community Development at the Yew Chung Education Foundation, set off on a 2,000km, two-and-a-half-month-long walk to raise funds for charity. Mr Hackman has received much interest in his special journey, including from the South China Morning Post, which interviewed Mr Hackman before he set off.
New Mural and Garden Add to the Colours of Regency Park Campus
YCIS Pudong’s Regency Park Campus is even more alive with colour with the latest addition of a beautiful wall mural and garden spearheaded by three teachers at the campus, Ms Nadine Fletcher, Ms Debbie Pedraza, and Ms Natasha O’Connor.
YCIS Shanghai Welcomes Summer with Musical Excellence
YCIS Shanghai welcomed the summer beautifully before the end of the semester with music concerts which showcased of the incredible talent of our students and the vibrant music programme at YCIS.
YCIS Shanghai’s Production of Alice in Wonderland
Just before the school year came to a close, Secondary students at the Gubei Campus put on a fantastic rendition of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale, Alice in Wonderland, over two evenings.
Congratulations YCIS Shanghai Graduating Class of 2018!
Both YCIS Shanghai’s Puxi and Pudong Secondary campuses recently celebrated the incredible ‘YCIS Class of 2018’ as they received their diplomas at graduation ceremonies at the school’s Gubei and Century Park campuses before heading off to continue their education at a number of prestigious institutions around the world.
YCIS Celebrates Diversity with Its Tenth Annual International Food and Culture Fair
As one of the most diverse international schools in China with more than 50 nationalities on its campuses, the YCIS Shanghai community is incredibly diverse. Each year, the school celebrates this multiculturalism and cultural heritage at the YCIS Shanghai International Food and Culture Fair (IFCF), which provides an opportunity for students, families, friends, and the greater Shanghai community to learn about different cultures and cuisines from around the world. This year was the ten-year anniversary of the fair, and it was held for the very first time at the school’s Gubei Campus in Puxi.
85th Anniversary Primary Art Show Highlights YCIS Shanghai Students’ Talents
From March 27-29, YCIS Shanghai’s Regency Park Campus courtyard was transformed into a spectacular, colour-filled gallery showcasing incredible student artwork during the Pudong campus’ 85th Anniversary Primary Art Show. The entire space, including all of the walls and doors featured the students' creations! The three-day show demonstrated the tremendous creativity and skill of the young students at YCIS. The show featured an abundance of projects, each of which incorporated a variety of art materials and techniques. The major projects all started with a single question and the children all worked together to use their talents to address the answer.
YCIS Students Raise Money for Charity with Their Fourth Annual MAD Run
On March 11th, YCIS Shanghai’s Regency Park and Century Park campuses held the school’s fourth annual “Make a Difference” MAD Run, a 5km fun-run inspired by the global Terry Fox Run and organised by Year 12 students at the Century Park Campus. The event raised more than 35,000 RMB, and the students have chosen to donate the money to the hospice, Hand in Hand. Hand in Hand is dedicated to treating terminally ill patients with a special focus on cancer patients.