International School of Nanshan Shenzhen (ISNS)


Last Updated: 16/11/2019 | Posted by: jessiehu
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11 Longyuan Lu, Taoyuan Jiedao, Nanshan District
Metro Station
Taoyuancun, line 7
86661000, 86000982

International School of Nanshan Shenzhen (ISNS) Description

The International School of Nanshan Shenzhen (ISNS) is a leading Canadian IB Continuum School providing quality education to students from age 4 to Grade 12. Unique to ISNS is our globally-relevant curriculum. ISNS is accredited by the Department of Education, New Brunswick Canada and is fully authorized across all three programmes; Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP). At ISNS, students have the opportunity to graduate with a New Brunswick diploma and an IB diploma. Representing over 40+ nationalities, ISNS values cultural diversity, fostering international-mindedness and independent thinking. A full outdoor track and field, playground, indoor gymnasium and courts for basketball, volleyball and badminton provide a variety of spaces for athletics, PE and extra-curricular programs. Indoor classrooms and laboratories are equipped with the latest technology, and our library, music, media, art, maker space and dance rooms add a creative and enriching dimension to each student’s learning experience.

Location: Shenzhen 

Established: 2002

Age of students: 4-18

No. of students: 800+ 

Nationalities: 40+

School levels: K4 to Grade 12 

Curriculum: New Brunswick, Canada, and International Baccalaureate 

Languages taught: English 

Extracurricular: Includes a range of team and individual sports, music, art, drama, cultural and academic extension activities 

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