High schools and senior high schools with International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement, A-Level, and other educational programs for ages 13-19 in Shanghai.
Shanghai Experimental School has three campuses. It has Primary School, High School and International Division. Each year, nearly half of the students are admitted to world famous universities and top universities in China.
The school independently edits the language and mathematics textbooks from elementary school to junior high school; it has developed a series of training courses on the cultivation of students' "interest", "fun" and "history".
Shanghai Concord is the first internationalised private school in Huangpu District. The school is fully supported by the Party Committee and the Government of Huangpu District and operates under guidance of the Huangpu District Education Bureau. The school is located in the heart of Huangpu District which is a regional, cultural and international centre giving the school the opportunity to develop an internationalised education catering for the needs of students in the region. SCBS offers a bilingual curriculum combining the very best of the compulsory Chinese curriculum with access to IGCSE and A-levels. Concord not only stands for academic excellence, but also believes in enabling students to unlock their full potential and develop as a well-rounded and confident characters ready to face the challenges of life beyond school.
Shanghai Weiyu International School is a Shanghai modern boarding high school. 212 students were accepted by Peking University, Tsinghua University, Fudan University, Shanghai Jiaotong University and Tongji. The International Department of Weiyu Middle School was established in the secondary school. In May 2011, Shanghai Weiyu International School was authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization to implement IB's Diploma Programme. Shanghai Weiyu International School became the first public high school in Shanghai to enroll Chinese students to study IBDP courses.
Founded in 2012, Canadian International School Kunshan (CISK) is a licensed international school by Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education. CISK is recognized by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) as an IB world school. They provide the IB Diploma Program for students in Grade 11 and Grade 12. For students from Nursery to Grade 10, CISK offers the complete Ontario curriculum in addition to Mandarin classes and after school programming in order to equip students with the tools to succeed, both educationally and personally.
North Cross School Shanghai (NCSH) is an international boarding high school, which has been granted to be both the test center for UCLES and registered school in the College Board in June, 2012 and November, 2013 respectively. Founded as one of the earliest international school in Jing'An district, North Cross School has set up a vigorous and integrated curriculum system, with the main goal of promoting students' language ability and the subsidiary goal of cultivating students' academic courses of AP. In line with equipping students with great language ability, NCSH can also help students lay a solid foundation within the six subject fields of American high school, including Mathematics, natural science, social science, and humanities, which let students easily adjust to compactly difficult courses in future overseas universities. NCSH owns a board of outstanding and dedicated teachers from all over the world, with the average teaching experience for over eight years' time. In addition, college counseling service is offered in NCSH, catering to establish a counseling file for each student, which contributes to helping them arrange the most appropriate counseling scheme as well as assisting them in achieving successful application until they are enrolled into ideal universities.
Shanghai Guanghua School is the only boarding school in Shanghai from Guanghua Education Group. With the cooperation of Shanghai Pinghe School and Guanghua Group, they are teaching our students to develop the spirits of both schools: First, students should not only be modest and high-achieving, but also harmonious in their diversity. Second, students should be thoughtful, responsible, unique, sensible and thankful.