School Roundup

By 2020-06-15 13:58:12

Concordia Students Talk with USCDC

Members of Concordia's Epidemiology class recently participated in a Zoom call with students and teachers from the NYC School of Emergency Management and a representative from the 'U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention' to discuss technical aspects of COVID-19 and what they’ve learned as a result of the pandemic.


SAS Class of 2020 College acceptances

Shanghai American School celebrates with its soon-to-be graduates as they are presented with the gift of choice amongst colleges and universities. As in previous years, the distinction of this class is evidenced in the profile of acceptances from around the world. For more details -

Damian Siqueiros Visits Dulwich

Earlier this year, Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong Year 12 IB Visual Art students participated in a workshop with photographer Damian Siqueiros. Learning about his work gave the students valuable insight into the process of creating a photographic series as well as learning technical skills in lighting and digital editing.


Shanghai French School Contest

LFS has organised a big contest - I Live An Unusual Experience And I Share It - for the students to share moments and testimonies of life in times of confinement. 15 winners impressed the jury by their creativity and the emotions released through multiple projects: poster, picture, comic, video, poem, slam, and song.

YCIS Shanghai's Online PE Classes

YCIS Shanghai staff and students know that being active and keeping their bodies moving is important for physical and mental health. During e-learning, students have participated in daily online exercise classes, an ‘Online Sports Day’ (YCIS Puxi) and a famous cricketer’s fitness initiative: the ‘Ben Stokes Challenge’ (YCIS Pudong). YCIS Shanghai: keeping fit wherever we are!


E-Learning @ SCIS

SCIS faculty wishes to say to all its families, “thank you for your encouragement and support throughout as this has helped make e-learning a success. Change is never easy, but the resilience and commitment
on display from teachers, students, and parents helped us start off on the right foot”. Although student learning has been entirely online, in many ways this period has forced everyone at SCIS to collaborate and come together as a community to find new ways to carry on.