It has been almost four years since the founding of NACIS Shanghai. This summer, all our Grade 12 graduates completed their study at NACIS, achieving a Bilingual IB Diploma. The average score of 33 was higher than the world average of 29.8. Most importantly, 50% of the students went to one of the world's top 50 universities to study their dream major.
We would like to announce some good news: we will invite parents of Grade 6 to 9 students to take part in IB course sharing and interaction. Please scan the QR code below to ensure a place.
You may wonder who has been so dedicated to reach the outstanding result of 100% pass rate.
”We not only provide one-to-one daily tutoring for IB students, for children who have not yet started IB study, we have also made a learning plan, including detailed subject plan and ability development activities.” said Ms. Rebecca, Head of IB, “Plant the seed for the grass to grow. Preparation is really important.”
1. The personalized teaching put children’s talents to full play.
Ms. Lucy, the Head of Chinese said, “If your child is keen on reading, then literature is a good choice for him/her. If your child has an accurate sense of new media, he/she can select a language subject.”
At NACIS Shanghai, teachers focus on students’ interest and potential. That’s because we believe that in every child, there is potential to be tapped.
2. We are independent and confident on our stage.
Thanks to the personalized teaching, our students are shining in different areas. At the IB CAS sharing session, our students Helen and Sarah were talking in the face of parents. They excitedly demonstrated how to complete the CAS activities on school days. Their teacher Ms. Vikki silently played the PowerPoints for them. A tender smile lit her eyes.
3. Our works are imaginative.
Students’ works were so imaginative that the parents were all amazed!
At the campus, you can see students’ learning displayed everywhere. This is not only a kind of encouragement but also a showcase of our all-dimensional cultivation. Chinese poems, comic in English, abstract paintings, drama performance…We can see the colorful world in children’s minds.
4. You want your child to excel. So do we.
Just like what Ms. Rebecca said at the sharing session, along with the guidance of teachers, parents’ support also plays a vital role in students’ growth. If you love your children, you will make far-reaching plans for them. We are here with you to work for your children’s bright future.