上海融育学校，坐落于上海市浦东新区观海路331号，占地70多亩，教学用地40000多平方米，由沪上知名教育集团温哥华公立教育联盟(Vancouver Public Education Alliance)联合美国俄勒冈圣玛丽高中(St. Mary’s School, Oregon, USA)、加拿大BC省公立教育局(Public Education Bureau, British Columbia, CAN)，共同打造的一所中西融合的国际学校, 实行最前沿的4.0版本国际课程。
nor School, located at No. 331 Guanhai Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, covers an area of more than 70 mu and has a teaching area of more than 40,000 square meters. It’s an internatio
nal school jointly organized by the well-known Shanghai Education Group, Vancouver Public Education Alliance, St. Mary’s School in the USA, and BC Provincial Public Education Bureau in Canada, with the 4.0 edition of the integrated Chinese and Western advanced curriculums.
School-running philosophy: integration of wisdom (integration of Chinese and Western cultures, literature and science, family and school), cultivation of talents (education, cultivation, nurture)
价 值 观：责任、尊重、诚实、宽容
Values: Responsibility, Respect, Ho
nesty and Tolerance
Education Goal: To cultivate students with leadership, global competence and ability to promote future social development.
Idea: Growth-oriented, to help students build a happy life
Entrance to higher education: "Optimizing study abroad" and "growth plan" to build students' access to higher education
Growth: to cultivate good habits of students through strict management, and foster students to take respo
nsibilities through ideal education
Resources: cooperate with North America's 100-year-old private school and Canada's Public Education Bureau. The United States and Canada have mutual credit recognition, and the school can directly dock with famous foreign universities.
Courses: courses in the commo
nwealth and North America, Chinese history, and perfect integration of Chinese and Western cultures
Education background: Registered as American students, with American high school diploma and both Chinese and American academic qualifications
Teachers: Teachers are masters or PhDs. Foreign teachers are from Europe and America, with multilingual backgrounds, and overseas teacher qualification certificates.
Planning: Well-known planning counselors, life-long cases, and three major plans include career, entrance and graduation credits plan.
Activities: Rich academic, artistic, sports, public welfare, practical activities and associations.
Life: full boarding system, full accompanying management
Management features: growth-oriented management, which focuses on students', nurturing education and ideal education. It not o
nly adheres to strict management, but also respects the development of students' personalities.
Course Features: The 4.0 edition of the integrated Chinese and Western advanced curriculums
The Curriculum f
ramework of "Credit Courses and Non-Credit School-ba
The Principle of “Corse activities and student centered curriculum ”
Organic integration of traditio
nal Chinese literature and culture, American Higher Education Courses, AP, A-level, Canadian BC2+1 courses to form a curriculum system with Finishing school characteristics
Layered teaching: Make a curriculum and life plan for each student to help them find their own paths
Provide three major plans for students: career plan, entrance plan and graduation credit plan
nal culture and art, mainly includes Appreciation of Chinese Classical Poems, Chinese Language and Literature, Chinese and Western Art History, Introduction to Art, Chinese Ideological History, Local History, etc.
A Level Courses include Economics, Psychology, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, PE, Art, etc.
BC Courses in Canada include History and Geography, BC Science, Arts and Applied Skills, Calculus, Sociological Research Exploration, English, Career Planning, Art, Sports, etc.
American Higher Education Courses include ESL, ELA, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, American History, History of Western Civilization, American Citizenship, Psychology, Art, PE, etc.
AP Courses include AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Calculus, AP Physical Mechanics, AP Physical Electromagnetics, etc.
Growth Courses include Planning Courses, Formation Courses, and Cultivation Courses.
Comprehensive Practice Courses include Community Activities, Academic Competitions, Research Courses, and Community Public Welfare Courses.