Top Reasons Why Families Choose YCIS Shanghai
When YCIS Shanghai opened its doors in 1993, it was the city’s first independent international school to be officially recognised by, and registered with, the local government. The first Yew Chung School was established in 1932 by our founder, Madam Tsang Chor-hang, with the mission of making China stronger through education. Over subsequent decades, the breadth of education grew steadily to provide an equally enlightened education model for students from infancy to Secondary graduation.
The Gold Standard for International Education
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) is a two-year course offered to our Year 12 and 13 students prior to graduation. The IB diploma course is renowned worldwide for its breadth, depth, and rigorous assessment. It equips students with all they need to gain entry into world-class universities and prepares them thoroughly for future challenges.
Exciting Developments: Continued Innovation at YCIS Shanghai
The big news for Secondary is the total renovation of the C-Building, which is nearing completion and will be the home base for Year 7 and 8 students in 2021-22. This building has been extensively redesigned to create a dedicated innovation centre that will enable cutting-edge learning and teaching practices. It will comprise several flexible learning spaces, a social hub, classrooms, students' common areas, a staff lobby, workstations, and meeting rooms.
Worldwide University Offers Show a Commitment to Global Education
It is the time of year when many students and their families are talking about one hot topic in particular: university acceptances. In this period, offers from universities around the world begin rolling in for Year 13 students. Most people know about the Ivy League institutions in the United States, however, there are many more groups of prestigious universities in countries and regions globally that students wish to attend. Here, we take a look at some examples of these and what makes them appealing to students.
Transitioning from Primary to Secondary with Care and Support
Transitioning from Primary to Secondary is a time of emotional, social, and physiological change for both children and their parents. Students must adapt to new surroundings, learn new ways of working, get to know their new teachers and peers, and get acquainted with their new learning environments. Maintaining the students’ wellbeing during the transition process is pivotal to a successful continuation of their learning.
Congratulations to Our Mathematical Masters!
A YCIS Shanghai student is sitting on top of the world in a prestigious international Mathematics competition, and more of his peers have achieved exceptional results! The students are really enjoying the challenge of competing against students from all over the globe and their interest in Mathematics competitions is growing, with a great number of YCIS Shanghai participants this year.
15 Years in the Making: YCIS Student Receives Cambridge Offer
Great news! As early acceptances from top UK universities start to arrive, we are delighted to announce that one of our students has received an offer from the world-renowned University of Cambridge!
YCIS Shanghai 2020 Winter Concert Highlights
Last week, YCIS Shanghai students performed in wonderful Christmas concerts live-streamed for the whole school community!
See What’s Cooking at YCIS Shanghai
What’s the recipe for a successful Christmas concert? Read more below to find out!