Occupies more than 10.5 acres of land, the Shanghai campus is located near Zhujiajiao town, a tourist resort with thousands of years of history. It is also beside Dadian Lake. Beyond the lake is another scenic spot, Grand Garden. Several miles further from the campus is the much bigger Dianshan Lake. The campus can accommodate 800 students.
Specially designed and decorated classrooms are ready for subjects like physics, chemistry, biology, music, art, computer science and for extracurricular programs in ceramics, carpentry, robotics, cooking, martial arts, piano, and calligraphy. Sports and recreational facilities include indoor and outdoor basketball, indoor and outdoor tennis, an indoor swimming pool, gym, library, media center, theater, and more.
- · To help students develop a moral compass that will guide them in the future.
- · To ensure students develop an understanding of and appreciation for their own selves, and to find contentment in that discovery and development.
- · To cultivate a sense of resilience and determination that allows students to navigate hardship and disappointment.
- · To equip students with fundamental academic skills and a habit of life-long learning to enable future success.
- · To nurture students’ understanding of their Chinese heritage while providing them with a global vision—to allow them to develop a sense of identity that inspires contributions to their local, national and global communities.
- · To develop healthy habits and a sense of emotional, relational and physical wellness that allows for meaningful relationships.
- · To express themselves fully and to communicate clearly.
- ·To inspire a sense of possibility and a respect for wisdom that guides them in their futures.