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BARSTOW - NINGBO

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BARSTOW - SHANGHAI

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OAK HILL - SHENZHEN

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ST MARY’S - PINGHU

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ST MARY’S - SHANGHAI

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ST MARY’S - SHUNDE

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ST MARY’S - WUHAN

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ST MARY’S - GUIYANG

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOR 2016-2017 SCHOOL PROFILES

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The Barstow School  •  Ningbo Campus ACADEMIC PROFILE 2016–2017 中国浙江宁波镇海区逸夫路镇海蛟川书院(宁波肯特学校) • WWW.BARSTOWSCHOOL.ORG • CEEB NO. 694662

BARSTOW BASICS FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL Welcome to The Barstow School of Ningbo and the 2016–2017 school year. Barstow’s mission, “to promote sound scholarship and to give symmetrical development to mind, body and character,” has withstood the test of time. This mission includes the guidelines for our teachers to create and nurture a culture that fosters the holistic development of young people. We believe in the value of what we accomplish through our academic offerings and challenging, college prep curriculum, and we take pride in our “promotion of sound mind.” Our philosophy and methods are clear; to develop resilient young men and women, strong in character and ready for the challenges of life at The Barstow School of Ningbo and beyond. — Shane A. Foster

FOUNDING AND VISION The Barstow School was founded in 1884. The founders and subsequent generations of The Barstow School envision a school where a community of learners, adults and children of all ages, come together in a mutually supportive, trusting environment that nurtures intellectual, physical, emotional and moral growth.

ACCREDITATION AdvancED®; International Association of k–12 Online Learning ENROLLMENT

Upper­

Grades 9–12. . . . . . . 312

FACULTY 42 teachers

ACADEMIC AND CURRICULUM INFORMATION KEY ADMINISTRATION Shane Foster Susan Kile

Kevin Walsh

Head of School

Division Head of School, Ningbo

Principal

MINIMUM GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 25 credits English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits Electives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits Mathematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits Chinese (Physical Education, Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits History & Language, Art) . . . 4 credits History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits Service Learning . . . . . . . . . . 1 credit GRADING SCALE A = 90–100 Outstanding B = 80–89 Above Average C = 70–79 Satisfactory D = 60–69 Passing F = 59 and below Failing

SCHEDULE The Barstow School, Ningbo Campus uses an eight-period day. RANK The Barstow School, Ningbo Campus does not numerically rank its students.

STANDARDIZED TESTING – CLASS OF 2017 ACT average score. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 TOEFL average score. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 2016–2017 COURSE OFFERINGS english

mathematics

world languages

English 9

Algebra II

English 10

AP Calculus AB

Chinese History & Language

English 11 (h)

AP Statistics

ESL I

English 12

Calculus

electives

Geometry

AP Human Geography

Precalculus

Art

Ancient World History

science

College Bound English

AP US History

AP Physics C

Globalization

Modern World History

Chemistry

Physical Education

US History

Biology (h)

history & social sciences

Physics

GRADE POINT SYSTEM Grade point averages are computed cumulatively from all courses at the conclusion of each semester.

64 TOTAL STUDENTS

GRADE DISTRIBUTION – CLASS OF 2017 Ningbo 12 14 8

11

10 10 7

4

5

5

2 4.00 + 3.99 – 3.74 – 3.49 – 3.24 – 2.99 – 2.74 – < 2.50 3.75 3.50 3.25 3.00 2.75 2.50

HYBRID LEARNING CONSORTIUM The Hybrid Learning Consortium, founded and directed by The Barstow School, is a collective of independent schools around the world developing online courses for upper school students taught by Barstow and independent school faculty. Courses provide comparable rigor to on-campus classes while enhancing students’ 21st century learning and digital skills, globalizing communications and broadening breadth of course selection. COLLEGE COUNSELING OFFICE Scott Hill Joe Fox Doreen Liu Director of College Counseling

Associate Director of College Counseling

Director of Barstow College Counseling – China Campuses

April Wang Director of Barstow College Counseling – Ningbo Campus

The Barstow School, Ningbo Campus’s inaugural class will graduate in 2017.

the barstow school • ningbo campus  –  revised 19 oct 2016


The Barstow School • Shanghai Campus ACADEMIC PROFILE 2016–2017 上海市徐汇区桂林路 120 号  • WWW.BARSTOWSCHOOL.CN • CEEB NO. 694662

BARSTOW BASICS FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL Welcome to The Barstow School of Shanghai and the 2016–2017 school year. Barstow’s mission, “to promote sound scholarship and to give symmetrical development to mind, body and character,” has withstood the test of time. This mission includes the guidelines for our teachers to create and nurture a culture that fosters the holistic development of young people. We believe in the value of what we accomplish through our academic offerings and challenging, college prep curriculum, and we take pride in our “promotion of sound mind.” Our philosophy and methods are clear; to develop resilient young men and women, strong in character and ready for the challenges of life at The Barstow School of Shanghai and beyond. — Shane A. Foster

FOUNDING AND VISION The Barstow School was founded in 1884. The founders and subsequent generations of The Barstow School envision a school where a community of learners, adults and children of all ages, come together in a mutually supportive, trusting environment that nurtures intellectual, physical, emotional and moral growth.

ACCREDITATION AdvancED®; International Association of k–12 Online Learning ENROLLMENT

Upper

Grades 9–12 . . . . . . . .37

FACULTY 4 teachers

ACADEMIC AND CURRICULUM INFORMATION KEY ADMINISTRATION Shane Foster

Sam Leavitt

Head of School

Academic Dean

STANDARDIZED TESTING – CLASS OF 2017 ACT average score . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 TOEFL average score . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88

MINIMUM GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 25 credits English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits Electives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits Mathematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits Chinese (Physical Education, Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits History & Language, Art) . . 4 credits History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 credits Service Learning . . . . . . . . . .1 credit GRADING SCALE A = 90–100 Outstanding B = 80–89 Above Average C = 70–79 Satisfactory D = 60–69 Passing F = 59 and below Failing

SCHEDULE The Barstow School, Shanghai Campus uses an eight-period day. RANK The Barstow School, Shanghai Campus does not numerically rank its students.

GRADE POINT SYSTEM Grade point averages are computed cumulatively from all courses at the conclusion of each semester.

10 TOTAL STUDENTS

GRADE DISTRIBUTION – CLASS OF 2017 Shanghai 3 2

3 2

2

1

2 1

4.00 +

3.99 – 3.50

3.49 – 3.00

2.99 – 2.50

< 2.50

2016–2017 COURSE OFFERINGS english

mathematics

world languages

English 9

Algebra II

English 10

AP Calculus AB

Chinese History & Language

English 11 (h)

AP Statistics

ESL I

English 12

Calculus

electives

Geometry

AP Human Geography

Precalculus

Art

Ancient World History

science

College Bound English

AP US History

AP Physics C

Globalization

Modern World History

Chemistry

Physical Education

US History

Biology (h)

history & social sciences

Physics HYBRID LEARNING CONSORTIUM The Hybrid Learning Consortium, founded and directed by The Barstow School, is a collective of independent schools around the world developing online courses for upper school students taught by Barstow and independent school faculty. Courses provide comparable rigor to on-campus classes while enhancing students’ 21st century learning and digital skills, globalizing communications and broadening breadth of course selection. COLLEGE COUNSELING OFFICE Scott Hill Joe Fox

Doreen Liu

Director of College Counseling

Director of Barstow College Counseling – China Campuses

Associate Director of College Counseling

The Barstow School, Shanghai Campus’s inaugural class will graduate in 2017.

the barstow school • shanghai campus – revised 25 oct 2016


Our mission is to create caring and responsible critical thinkers and global citizens, ready for success in college and beyond... School Profile 2016-2017 Administration

Facts at a glanceâ&#x20AC;Ś Type: Independent, Co-Ed

Founded: 2014

Grades: 10-12

Head of School: Robert Sarkisian

Class of 2017: 6

Faculty/Student Ratio: 1:4

Senior Director: Jane Cai

Registration: Ministry of Education of P.R.C. CEEB Code: 380338

Academic Dean: Angela Kathleen Coleman College Counselor: Ella Huang

Oak Hill School-Shenzhen is a partnership program between Oak Hill School in Eugene, Oregon, USA and Cambridge School in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. The students in this program enroll in an ambitious program of study with numerous Chinese and American courses. This approach allows for students to receive both a US and a Chinese high school diploma once they have completed all required credits. Oak Hill School, Oregon was founded in 1994 with the mission to provide a rigorous, enriching education combined with positive character development and an appreciation for the arts. Oak Hill is registered with the Oregon Department of Education, and accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS) and AdvancED. For additional information, please contact Head of School, Mr. Robert Sarkisian at bsarkisian@oakhillschool.net.

Curriculum Graduation Requirements 3 Credits English and Literature 3 Credits Social Studies

3 Credits Science 3 Credits Chinese Courses 3 Credits Mathematics 3 Credits College Bound English 70 Hours of Community Service

On Gradesâ&#x20AC;Ś Grades (A through F) are reported two times a year. Our grades are not weighted and Oak Hill Shenzhen awards the grade of an A+. Honor Societies: Membership in the Collis-Quernus Chapter of the National Honor Society requires a 3.67 grade point average.


Curriculum (Cont.) Rotating, Live AP Classes English Language and Composition Chemistry Physics English Literature Biology French US History Spanish Language US Government Spanish Literature European History Mandarin World History Calculus AB Computer Science Calculus BC Human Geography Statistics Art Environmental Science

Electives: Visual Art, Fundamentals of Theater, Jazz Band, Intensive Theater, Rock Band, Yearbook, Debate, Topics in Computer Science, Software and Hardware, Sex Education, Life Skills, ACT/SAT/TOEFL Prep, Chinese Games, Comparative Religion, Gardening, Design Laboratory

College Acceptances Recent Chinese Graduates of Oak Hill School are attending the following US Universities: University of Puget Sound Drexel University U-C Irvine* Bentley College University of Oregon* Michigan State NYU Film School *multiple OHS students in attendance

Clubs & Activities:

Sport Clubs: Badminton Club, Basketball Club Art Clubs: Music Club, Dance Club Game Club

Contact Information:

Ella Huang: wenjun.huang@kleducation.org.cn School Phone: 86-0755-27484521


Our mission is to bring Chinese and international teachers together to create inspired students and global citizens ready for success in colleges and beyond.

School Profile 2016-2017 School Facts

Type: Independent, Co-ed. Founded: 2013 Enrollment: 26 Faculty/Students Ratio: 1:10 Registered: Ministry of Education of P. R. China CEEB Code: 694608 (Pinghu Middle School - St. Mary’s Program)

Grades: 10-12

*As a technicality, the CEEB code is attached to the local school, Pinghu Middle School.

Administration President of School: Frank J. Phillips Senior Director: Jane Cai Division Head: Dixie Beadle Director of College Counselor: Doreen Liu

Dual Diploma St. Mary’s Pinghu partners with St. Mary’s School in Medford, Oregon, USA and Zhejiang Pinghu High School in Pinghu, China. And students undertake an ambitious program of study with numerous Chinese courses not listed on this profile. Students receive both US and Chinese High School diplomas with accomplishment of these required credits and courses viewable at http://smschool.cn/. Founded in 1865, with mission to provide a community in which intellectual curiosity and academic excellence combine with Catholic and democratic values to inspire and prepare responsible local, national, and global citizens, St. Mary’s School, Oregon is registered with the Oregon Department of Education and accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS), and Advance ED. In addition, the school is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, the National Catholic Education Association, and other professional organizations. Please refer to our website that lists all of our Chinese campuses, http://www.smschool.us/ page.cfm?p=507. For further information, please do not hesitate to contact Frank Philips, President of St. Mary's School at fphillips@smschool.us.

Courses Offering English ESL (10-12) Writing and Reading (10) World Literature (10-12)

Mathematics Algebra 2 (10) Pre-calculus (11) Calculus (11-12) Statistics (12)

College Bound English English Language (9-12)

Social Studies World Cultures & Geography (10) US History (11) World History (12)

Rotating Electives Statistics Drama Anatomy Computer Science Environmental Science Psychology American Culture

Science Physics (10) Chemistry (11) Biology (12) World Languages Chinese (9-12)

Rotating Honors/ AP Honors Physics Advanced Physics Honors ESL II Advanced ESL II Honors Chemistry


Evaluation & GPA Grading System

Students are not ranked, and official transcripts list courses taken and credits received. The GPA is based on quiz, tests, essays, papers, assignments individual projects, group projects, presentations, labs, reports, attendances, exams and being active in class. Letter Grade

Min %

GPA (regular)

GPA (Honors)

GPA (AP)

97-100

4.0

4.25

4.5

93-96

4.0

4.0

4.25

90-92

3.67

3.75

4.0

87-89

3.33

3.5

3.75

83-86

3.0

3.25

3.5

80-82

2.67

3.0

3.25

77-79

2.33

2.75

3.0

73-76

2.0

2.5

2.75

70-72

1.67

2.0

2.5

0.0

0.0

No Ds Below 70

0.0

Graduation Requirements

St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pinghu requires students to earn a minimum 21 credits in the three years of study in grades 10-12, as illustrated as follows:

Subjects English

3

Mathematics

3

Science

3

Social Studies

3

World Languages (Chinese)

3

College Bound English

3

Electives

3

Community Service

25 h/ year

Senior Project

Required (No Credits)

Total Minimum

21

All courses are taught entirely in English by American teachers, while Chinese courses are taught in Chinese, and students will take Huikao (Chinese High School Graduation Exams) in Grade 11.

Campus Activities

We encourage students to join extracurricular activities in the local Zhejiang Pinghu High School, within the Dual-Diploma program center, as well as outside of school. We allow students to create their own clubs too. Student-led organizations are as follows: Art Club Manual Club Student Government Yearbook Club

Soccer Club Track & Field Game Club

Standardized Testing - Profile for Class of 2016 GPA Average: 3.14 TOEFL Average: 72 ACT Average: 22 SAT Average: 1540

Contact Information College Counselor: Rita Li rli@smschool.cn Director of College Counselor: Doreen Liu dliu@smschool.cn


Graduates of 2016 at St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pinghu were accepted by the colleges and universities including : Arizonan State University

Pennsylvania State University

Dickinson College

Rutgers University

Franklin and Marshall College

San Francisco State University

Gettysburg College

Skidmore College

Lafayette College

Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Lasselle College

Stony Brook University

Miami University

Syracuse University

Miami University, Oxford

Temple University

Michigan State University

University of Iowa

University of Oregon University at Buffaloâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;SUNY University of California- Irvine University of Colorado at Boulder University of Connecticut University of Delaware University of Georgia University of Pittsburgh Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


Our mission is to bring Chinese and international teachers together to create inspired students and global citizens ready for success in colleges and beyond.

School Profile 2016-2017 School Facts Type: Independent, Co-ed. Enrollment: 124

Founded: 2012 Class of 2017: 32

Registered: Ministry of Education of P. R. China CEEB Code: 694577 (Shanghai Jinhua Private Middle School – Saint Marys) * The CEEB code is attached to the local school, Shanghai Jinhua Private Middle School.

Grades: 9-12 Faculty/Students Ratio: 1:10

Administration President of School: Frank J. Phillips Senior Director: Jane Cai Academic Dean: Gerrard Evans Director of College Counseling: Doreen Liu

Dual Diploma St. Mary’s Shanghai is a partnership between St. Mary’s School in Medford, Oregon, USA and Shanghai Jinhua Private Middle School in Shanghai, China. The students undertake an ambitious program of study with numerous Chinese and American courses. This approach allows for students to receive both a US and a Chinese high school diploma once they have completed their required credits. To view such courses and our other Chinese campuses please website at http:// smschool.cn/. or http://www.smschool.us/page.cfm?p=507. St. Mary’s School, Oregon was founded in 1865, with a mission to provide a community which intellectual curiosity and academic excellence combined with Catholic and democratic values to inspire and prepare students with the responsibility of local, national, and global citizens. St. Mary’s registered with the Oregon Department of Education and accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), the Northwest Association Independent Schools (NWAIS), and Advance ED. In addition, the school is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, Catholic Education Association and other professional organizations.

English (Literature) Folklore & Mythology (9) Intro to Literature (10) American Literature (11) World Literature (12) AP English Literature & Composition (12)

College Bound English English Language (9-12) Science Environmental Science (9) Physics (10) Biology (11) Physics (12)

Social Studies Intro to World History (9) World Cultures & Geo. (10) US History (11) World History (12) AP World History (12) World Languages Chinese (9-12)

Mathematics Geometry (9) Algebra II (10) PreCalculus (11) Financial Math (12) Calculus (12) AP Calculus (12)

Electives AP Computer Science Economics, Engineering, Ethics, Psychology Study Skills US Government & Politics Video Game Development


Grading System

Students are not ranked. Official transcripts list courses taken and credits received. The school does not give D’s. Letter Grade

Min %

GPA (regular)

GPA (honors)

GPA (AP)

97-100

4.0

4.25

4.5

93-96

4.0

4.0

4.25

90-92

3.67

3.75

4.0

87-89

3.33

3.5

3.75

83-86

3.0

3.25

3.5

80-82

2.67

3.0

3.25

77-79

2.33

2.75

3.0

73-76

2.0

2.5

2.75

70-72

1.67

2.25

2.5

0.0

0.0

Clubs and Activities Art Club, Badminton Club, Basketball Club, Cooking Club, Current Events Club, Debate Club, Exercise Club, Music Club, Photography Club, Recreation Club, Student Government, Tennis Club, Yearbook Club

No Ds Below 70

0.0

Graduation Requirements

St. Mary’s - Shanghai requires students to earn a minimum 20 credits in the three years of study in grades 10-12:

All courses are taught entirely in English with the exception of World Languages.

Subjects English

3

Mathematics

3

Science

3

Social Studies

3

World Languages (Chinese)

3

College Bound English

3

Electives

2

Community Service

25 hrs/year

Standardized Testing – Profile for Class of 2016 ACT Average: 29 SAT Average: 1880 TOEFL Average: 88 AP Calculus AB Average: 4

Senior Project Total Minimum

20

Students who enroll in Grade 9 are required to take an additional 6 credits: Subjects

Minimum Required Credits

English

1

Mathematics

1

Science

1

Social Studies

1

World Languages (Chinese)

1

College Bound English

1

Contact Information College Counselor: Stanley Sun ssun@smschool.cn Director of College Counseling: Doreen Liu dliu@smschool.cn

College Acceptances St. Mary's - Shanghai graduates of 2014 - 2016 were accepted at many colleges and universities including: Baylor University Boston University Drexel University Emory University George Washington University Northeastern University Ohio State University Oregon State University Purdue University Pennsylvania State University

Rochester Institute of Technology Rutgers University SCAD Southern Methodist University Syracuse University Temple University University of British Columbia University of California (Davis, Irvine, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz) University of Colorado University of Connecticut

University of Florida University of Indiana University of Iowa University of Maryland University of Massachusetts University of Miami University of Minnesota University of Oregon University of Southern California University of Toronto University of Washington Virginia Tech


Our mission is to bring Chinese and international teachers together to create inspired students and global citizens ready for success in colleges and beyond.

School Profile 2016-2017 School Facts

Administration

Type: Independent, Co-ed. Founded: 2013 Grades: 10-12 Enrollment: 40 Faculty/Students Ratio: 1:10 Registered: Ministry of Education of P. R. China CEEB Code: 694609 (Guangdong Experimental School, Shunde - St. Mary’s Program)

President of School: Frank J. Phillips Senior Director: Jane Cai Academic Dean: Dorian Leiva Director of College Counseling: Doreen Liu

*As a technicality, the CEEB code is attached to the local school, Guangdong Experimental School, Shunde.

Dual Diploma St. Mary’s Shunde partners with St. Mary’s School in Medford, Oregon, USA and Guangdong Experimental Shunde School in Foshan, China. The students undertake an ambitious program of study with numerous Chinese and American courses. This approach allows for students to receive both a US and a Chinese high school diploma once they have completed their required credits. To view such courses and our other Chinese campuses please visit our website at http://smschool.cn/. or http://www.smschool.us/page.cfm?p=507. St. Mary’s School, Oregon was founded in 1865, with a mission to provide a community which intellectual curiosity and academic excellence combine with Catholic and democratic values to inspire and prepare students with the responsibility of local, national, and global citizens. St. Mary’s School is registered with the Oregon Department of Education and accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS), and Advance ED. In addition, the school is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, the National Catholic Education Association and other professional organizations. For further information contact President of School, Frank Phillips at fphillips@smschool.us.

Courses Offering English Intro. to Literature (10) American Literature (11) World Literature (12) Science Physics (10) Chemistry (11) Biology (12)

Mathematics Algebra II (10) Precalculus (11) Calculus (12) Financial Math (12) AP Calculus (12)

Rotating Electives Creative Writing Exam Prep. Introduction to Economics Literature Logical Spanish Rotating Statistics

Social Studies World Cultures Geography (10) US History (11) World History (12) World Languages Chinese (10-12)

Japanese Introduction to Financial Math Statistics College Bound English English (10-12)

&


Evaluation & GPA Grading System

Students are not ranked, and official transcripts list courses taken and credits received. The GPA is based on quiz, tests, essays, papers, assignments individual projects, group projects, presentations, labs, reports, attendances, exams and being active in class. Letter Grade

Min %

GPA (regular)

GPA (Honors)

GPA (AP)

97-100

4.0

4.25

4.5

93-96

4.0

4.0

4.25

90-92

3.67

3.75

4.0

87-89

3.33

3.5

3.75

83-86

3.0

3.25

3.5

80-82

2.67

3.0

3.25

77-79

2.33

2.75

3.0

73-76

2.0

2.5

2.75

70-72

1.67

2.0

2.5

0.0

0.0

No Ds Below 70

0.0

Graduation Requirements

St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Shunde requires students to earn a minimum 21 credits in the three years of study in grades 10-12, as illustrated as follows:

Standardized Testing Profile for Class of 2016 GPA Average: 3.0 TOEFL Average: 83 ACT Average: 21.5

Campus Activities We encourage students to join extracurricular activities in the local Guangdong Experimental Shunde School, within the Dual-Diploma program center, as well as outside of school. We allow students to create their own clubs too. Student-led 8 organizations are as follows: Basketball Club, Drama Club, Game and Strategy Club, Music Club, School Newspaper Club, Spanish Club, English Corner, Student Council.

Subjects English

3

Mathematics

3

Science

3

Social Studies

3

World Languages (Chinese)

3

College Bound English

3

Electives

3

Community Service

25 h/ year

Senior Project

Required, No Credit

Total Minimum

21

Contact Information College Counselor: Rae Hu rhu@smschool.cn Director of College Counselor: Doreen Liu dliu@smschool.cn

All courses are taught entirely in English by American teachers, while Chinese courses are taught in Chinese, and students will take Huikao (Chinese High School Graduation Exams) in Grade 11.

College Acceptance

Graduates of 2016 at St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Shunde were accepted by the colleges and universities including: University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) Arizona State University University of California, Irvine Bryant University University of California, Riverside Drew University University of Denver Hofstra University University of Groningen (Netherlands) Indiana University Bloomington University of Oregon Lasell College University of Melbourne (Australia) Northeastern University Queensland University (Australia) University of San Francisco University of South Florida San Francisco State University University of Arizona


School Profile 2015-2016

Our mission is to bring Chinese and international teachers together to create inspired students and global citizens ready for success in colleges and beyond.

Administration

School Facts Grades: 10-12

Type: Independent, Co-ed. Founded: 2013

Enrollment: 78 Faculty/Students Ratio: 1:10 Registered: Ministry of Education of P. R. China CEEB Code: 694607 (Wuhan No.2 High School - St. Mary’s Program)

President of School: Frank J. Phillips Senior Director: Jane Cai Academic Dean: Miranda Robinson Director of College Counseling: Doreen Liu College Counselor: Sabrina LV

*As a technicality, the CEEB code is attached to the local school, Wuhan No.2 High School.

Dual Diploma St. Mary’s Wuhan partners with St. Mary’s School in Medford, Oregon, USA and Wuhan No. 2 High School in Hubei, China. The students undertake an ambitious program of study with numerous Chinese and American courses. This approach allows for students to receive both a US and a Chinese high school diploma once they have completed their required credits. To view such courses and our other Chinese campuses please visit our website at http:// smschool.cn/. or http://www.smschool.us/page.cfm?p=507. St. Mary’s School, Oregon was founded in 1865, with a mission to provide a community which intellectual curiosity and academic excellence combine with Catholic and democratic values to inspire and prepare students with the responsibility of local, national, and global citizens. St. Mary’s School is registered with the Oregon Department of Education and accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS), and Advance ED. In addition, the school is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, the National Catholic Education Association and other professional organizations. For further information contact President of School, Frank Phillips at fphillips@smschool.us.

Courses Offering Science Physics (10) Honor Physics(10) Chemistry (11) Honor Chemistry(11) Biology (12)

Mathematics Algebra 2 (10) Honor Pre-Calculus (10) Pre-Calculus (11) Calculus(11) AP Calculus (11) AP Calculus (12)

Electives Intro to Psychology (Rotating) Astronomy (Rotating) ACT Science ACT Mathematics Temporary Global Issues AP Psychology History of Rock and Roll

English Intro to Literature (10) US Literature (11) World Literature (12) Social Studies World Cultures & Geography (10) US History (11) World History

World Languages Chinese Language and Literature PE、IT、Art College Bound English TOEFL Prep. (10-12) ESL (10-12)


Evaluation & GPA Grading System

Students are not ranked, and official transcripts list courses taken and credits received. The GPA is based on a mix of quizzes, tests, essays, papers, assignments individual projects, group projects, presentations, labs, reports, exams, and classroom participation. Min %

GPA (regular)

GPA (Honors)

GPA (AP)

97-100

4.0

4.25

4.5

93-96

4.0

4.0

4.25

90-92

3.67

3.75

4.0

87-89

3.33

3.5

3.75

83-86

3.0

3.25

3.5

80-82

2.67

3.0

3.25

77-79

2.33

2.75

3.0

73-76

2.0

2.5

2.75

70-72

1.67

2.0

2.5

0.0

0.0

No Ds Below 70

0.0

Graduation Requirements

St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wuhan requires students to earn a minimum 21 credits in the three years of study in grades 10-12, as follows: Subject English

3

Mathematics

3

Science

3

Social Studies

3

World Languages (Chinese)

3

College Bound English

3

Electives

3

Community Service

25 h/ year

Senior Project

Required (No Credits)

Total Minimum

21

All courses are taught entirely in English by American teachers, while Chinese courses are taught in Chinese, and Students will take Huikao (Chinese High School Graduation Exams) in Grade 11.

Campus Activities Standardized Testing -

Profile for Class of 2016

GPA Average: 3.64 TOEFL Average: 97 ACT Average: 26 SAT Average: 1888 AP Calculus BC Average: 4

Contact Information College Counselor: Sabrina Lv slv@smschool.cn Director of College Counseling: Doreen Liu dliu@smschool.cn

We encourage students to join extracurricular activities in the local Wuhan No. 2 High School, within the Dual-Diploma program center, and outside of school. We allow students to create their own clubs as well. The student-led organizations are as follows: Business Club Board Game Club(Rotate) Debate Club English Speaking Club Film-making Club Handcrafts Club (Rotate) Movie Club Math Club

Newspaper Club Radio Club( Rotate) Student Council Spanish Club Sports Club Volunteer Club Yearbook Club Greek Mythology


College Acceptances Graduates of 2016 at St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wuhan were accepted by the colleges and universities including : Arizona State University Temple University Baylor University Union College Bard College University of Arizona Bentley Univeristy University of California, Irvine University Bryant University of California, Davis University of Bucknell University California, Merced University of California State University California, Santa Barbara University of Drexel University California, Santa Cruz University of Fordham University California, Riverside University of Franklin Marshall College Connecticut Hofstra University University of Colorado - Boulder Indiana University-Bloomington University of Iowa Iowa State University University of Maryland New Jersy Institue of Technology University of Massachusetts-Amherst Northeastern University University of Minnesota Ohio State University University of New South Wales( Australia) Pepperdine University University of Oregon Pennsylvania State University University of San Francisco Purdue University University of Pitsburg Rochester Institute of Technology Rutgers, University of Washington-Seattle The State University of New Jersey Seattle University of Western Ontario ( Canada) University Wake Forest University Stony Brook University Wilfrid Laurier University ( Canada) York Syracuse University University ( Canada)


Our mission is to bring Chinese and international teachers together to create inspired students and global citizens ready for success in colleges and beyond.

School Profile 2016-2017 School Facts Type: Independent, Co-ed. Enrollment: 81

Founded: 2014 Class of 2017: 12

Administration

Grades: 10-12 Faculty/Students Ratio: 1:6

President of School: Frank J. Phillips Senior Director: Jane Cai Academic Dean: Doodthnath Sookoo Director of College Counseling: Doreen Liu

Registered: Ministry of Education of P. R. China

Dual Diploma St. Mary’s Guiyang is a partnership between St. Mary’s School in Medford, Oregon, USA and Guiyang No. 1 High School in Guizhou, China. The students undertake an ambitious program of study with numerous Chinese and American courses. This approach allows for students to receive both a US and a Chinese high school diploma once they have completed their required credits. To view such courses and our other Chinese campuses please visit our website at http:// smschool.cn/. or http://www.smschool.us/page.cfm?p=507. St. Mary’s School, Oregon was founded in 1865, with a mission to provide a community which intellectual curiosity and academic excellence combine with Catholic and democratic values to inspire and prepare students with the responsibility of local, national, and global citizens. St. Mary’s School is registered with the Oregon Department of Education and accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS), and Advance ED. In addition, the school is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, the National Catholic Education Association and other professional organizations. For further information, contact President of School, Frank Phillips at fphillips@smschool.us. For further information, please do not hesitate to contact Frank Philips, President of St. Mary's School at fphillips@smschool.us.

Courses English (Literature)

Social Studies

Rotating Electives

Intro to US Literature (10) US

World Cultures &Geography

Astronomy S1(10)

Literature (11)

(10)

Oceanography S2 (10)

World Literature(12) Chinese

US History (11)

Honors Economics (11)

Literature&Language

Chinese History(10&11)

French(11&12)

(10&11)

World History (12)

Rise of Caesar: End of the

Chinese History(10&11)

Introduction to Business and

Roman Republic (11&12)

Chinese Politics(10&11)

Economics (10)

Psychology(10&11&12)

Chinese English(10)

PE(10&11)

Personal Finance(10&11&12)

Chinese Geography(11)

American Culture(10&11&12)

Science

Physics (10) Chemistry (11) Biology (12)

College Bound English ACT

(11)

Toefl (10) ESL (10-11)

Mathematics Algebra II (10) Pre-Calculus (11) Calculus (12)

World Languages Chinese (10-12) Japanese (12)


Grading System

Students are not ranked. Official transcripts list courses taken and credits received. The school does not give D’s. Letter Grade

Min %

GPA (regular)

GPA (Honors)

GPA (AP)

97-100

4.0

4.25

4.5

93-96

4.0

4.0

4.25

90-92

3.67

3.75

4.0

87-89

3.33

3.5

3.75

83-86

3.0

3.25

3.5

80-82

2.67

3.0

3.25

77-79

2.33

2.75

3.0

73-76

2.0

2.5

2.75

70-72

1.67

2.25

2.5

0.0

0.0

No Ds Below 70

0.0

Graduation Requirements

St. Mary’s - Guiyang requires students to earn a minimum 21 credits in the three years of study in grades 10-12: Subjects English

3

Mathematics

3

Science

3

Social Studies

3

World Languages (Chinese)

3

College Bound English

3

Electives

3

Community Service

25 hrs./year Required

Senior Project

(No Credits)

Total Minimum

Standardized Testing -

Profile for Class of 2016 GPA Average: 3.43 TOEFL Average: 90 SAT Average: 1800

Contact Information College Counselor: Juan Wang Email: jwang@smschool.cn Phone: 0086-851-82227717

21

Clubs and Activities St. Mary’s Guiyang currently has 45 clubs and school organizations that are divided into different categories of science, linguistics, arts, sports, entertainment and comprehensive practice, including cooking club, ACG club (Foreigner culture) club, DIY club, Performance club, Movie club, Chess club, Art club, History club, celebration club, Sport club, music club etc. Special programs offered for students in the partnership program: “Physics bowl” Physics Competition “American Regions Mathematics League” Math Competition China Citic Bank Internship Model United Nations Spring Fling Community Service


College Acceptance Graduates of 2016 at St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guiyang were accepted by the colleges and universities including: Adelphi University American University Arizona State University Assumption College California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Cornell University DePaul University Drew University Drexel University Indiana University, Bloomington(Scholarship$4,000) Maryland Institute College of Art (Scholarship$16,500) Miami University, Oxford(Scholarship$10,000) New York Film Academy Film & Acting(Scholarship$8,000) North Carolina State University Pace University Parsons The New School for Design (Scholarship $64,000) Pennsylvania State University - University Park Campus Pepperdine University Pratt Institute (Scholarship $12,000) Purdue University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute San Francisco State University Savannah College of Art and Design (Scholarship $2,000) School of Visual Arts Sewanee: The University of the South(Scholarship$5,000) Syracuse University Temple University The Ohio State University at Columbus The University of Iowa (Scholarship $20,000) University of California, Davis University of California, Irvine University of California, San Diego University of California, Santa Barbara University of Arizona University of Cincinnati University of Connecticut University of Georgia University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Scholarship $8,000) University of NC at Charlotte University of NC at Greensboro University of NC at Wilmington University of Pittsburgh University of Rochester (Scholarship$32,000) University of San Francisco University of Wisconsin-Madison Washington College

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