Starting in August 2018, Sean Lynch, Anne Gardon and Christine Doleman have opened a new chapter in CIS's 35-year history.
In 2018-19, CIS is celebrating its 35th anniversary. Read about our milestones to date.
For a second year, CIS was pleased to collaborate with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to run a groundbreaking STEAM Camp @CIS for two hundred students, aged 10 to 14, themed "Into the Water".
Using AI-powered simultaneous translation, Dr. Charles Chen Yidan, co-founder of Tencent and a CIS Governor, candidly shared his personal story with the graduating Class of 2018.
CIS is not just a school my kids attend to develop skills for a challenging world - but a community that I fully entrust with their education and wellbeing.
── Jean DeSombre, President, CISPTA
Well-read, thoughtful, nice-looking and bilingual...Let us introduce you to XiaoHua, our twice-yearly student magazine that has won kudos from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. XiaoHua grew out of a Year 11 Personal Project and offers a lively window on campus life and student concerns. View it online or Contact Us for a hard copy.
Every May, the China Experience Programme lets students in Years 7, 8 and 9 spend two weeks discovering new parts of China: Y7s go to Xian, Y8s to Kunming and Y9s to Yangshuo. They spend half the day in class at a local partner school, and also have chances to visit local sights and try their hand at outdoor adventure and community service. By the time they go to Hangzhou in Year 10, they're ready for a year-long experience!
The Moongate is our heart and home. It's the main entrance to the school. It's where daily soccer matches run wild. It's where we celebrate Chinese New Year and where families take photos on Graduation day. When the school intranet - our home online - needed a name, you can guess what we chose to call it. (Login into Moongate if you're a current student, parent or staff member.)
You'll want to remember these three women. They're CIS's co-founders: Joyce Tai, Nelly Fung and Kin-yue Fu. We thank them for what they started, and we thank them for the example they set - because anyone who knows schools knows it takes smarts, determination and principles to bring such a vision to fruition.