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Harrow International School Shanghai

  • Editor's Description

    The brand-new Shanghai campus of the venerable English boarding school founded in 1527. The original campus is boys-only, but the Harrow International School Shanghai is co-ed and offers both day and boarding school for students from 2-18 years old, with teaching based on the English National Curriculum (IGCSEs followed by A Levels). Located in the rapidly developing Sunland development in the Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, it has high-class facilities and incorporates a lot of extracurricular activities.

  • Self Introduction

    Harrow International School Shanghai is a co-educational day and boarding school for students aged 2 to 18. The teaching is based upon the English National Curriculum, culminating in IGCSEs for Years 10 and 11, and A levels at Sixth Form (Years 12 and 13). With a deserved reputation for its rich heritage of educational excellence, unique traditions and inspiring Leadership in Action program, Harrow boasts a state-of-the-art campus with outstanding facilities, all located within the innovative Sunland project. Harrow International School Shanghai is the fourth international school in the Harrow family of schools, joining Harrow School and John Lyon School in London, and the Harrow schools in Bangkok, Beijing and Hong Kong.

    • Year Founded 2016
    • Age of Students 2-18 years
    • Number of Students 430
  • Tuition

    Per annum ranges 200,000rmb to 280,000rmb

  • Grades Offered

    Pre-Nursery to Year 13

  • Number of Nationalities

    26

  • Curriculum

    English National Curriculum
 IGCSE (Year 10-Year 11) 
A levels (Year 12-Year 13)

  • Class Size

    Maximum 18 in Early Years (16 in Pre-Nursery), 22 in Pre-Prep (Y1 to Y5), Prep School (Y6 to Y8) and Senior School (Y9 to Y11), and 15 in the Sixth Form (Y12 and Y13)

  • Teacher Demographics

    Average student-teacher ratio 7:1

  • Languages Taught

    Mandarin, Spanish, French, German

  • Extracurricular Activities

    On four afternoons a week our Senior, Prep, Pre-Prep and even Early Years students have access to the LIA programme. For our younger students in particular this is a journey of self-discovery. Hidden skills and aptitudes often come to light, giving them a genuine sense of achievement from succeeding in a totally unexpected area. It is all great fun and an opportunity to make new friends away from the classroom or their Houses. All of our activities are also designed to be aligned, where possible, with the key features of Leadership for a Better World. Students from Year 1 also have a wide choice of lunchtime activities.

  • School Facilities

    Two-storey school library at the heart of the school 12 Science laboratories 25-metre swimming pool Double-sized Sports Hall Playing field Roof-top running track
Football and Rugby pitch Rooftop gardens State-of-the-art classrooms Computing Suites Art and design studios Modern music and drama complex
 Music practice rooms Lecture Theatre Large entrance lobby, with its own coffee shop Medical centre A comprehensive/fully-integrated air filtration system Internal bus drop-off and pick-up points

  • School Bus

    Annual school bus fee 16,800rmb

Web

www.harrowshanghai.cn