High schools and senior high schools with International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement, A-Level, and other educational programs for ages 13-19 in Shanghai.
Public school partly founded by the Taiwanese Ye family. In February 2006, it was authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) as an IB world school offering both the IBMYP (Secondary Program) and IBDP (Pre-University Program). JCID is an all-through school with boarding and day options. Classes are taught in either English or Chinese, with a focus on ensuring international or Chinese university entry. JCID claims to only recruit foreign (and Hong Kong / Taiwan / Macau) students – the single school on the list to do so. They also stipulate that students must be “healthy”.
Another of Fudan University’s partner schools, FDIS is the international division of the Fudan High School (FDFZ). FDIS covers a wider age-range than Fudan-Vanke – grade 1 to 12 are taught. There’s a pretty large campus here, too, although it’s a little way out of the city center. They promise small class sizes and a range of curricular/extra-curricular options.
Bilingual school founded in 2018 by Hongrun Group and Bowen Education. The School cooperates with Griggs International Academy (GIA) to provide bilingual or pure English taught high school courses to Chinese students who aim to go abroad for higher education. Their campus is near Zhujiajiao. Academic programs are largely American; students an take SAT, ACT, Standard level, Honors level, AP and TOEFL exams.
All-through school (grades 1 to 12, with an attached kindergarten) with boarding and day options. Xiwai International School is a joint venture between Xiwai Investment and Management Co. Ltd. and Shanghai International Studies University. At high school, IGCSE and AP courses are offered. There’s also a range of complementary programs at the school, from study tours to public welfare initiatives.
Private school founded in 1993. There are three streams: one each for Chinese, bilingual and IB PYP classes. Tuition fees also vary according to which program you choose, and the streams occupy different campuses in Xuhui. The bilingual campus offers an IB-focused curriculum.
Huge all-through (grades 1-12) Shanghai school established in 1865. The campus has an overall size of 223,617m². SHSID now enrolls around 2800 students from over 60 different countries and regions. In 1995, SHSID became an International Baccalaureate (IB) world school. SHSID is also authorized by the College Board to administer AP, SAT and PSAT exams and is an authorized TOEFL exam center.