Our Cambridge A-Level Curriculum is Geared for Success
In September of 2003, the Cambridge A-Level curriculum system was first established in Shenzhen at the Shenzhen International Education College, at South China Normal University, at The Shenzhen International Exchange Foundation Center in Fu Yuan, at The Cambridge International Center and at Cambridge International High School. The success of those programs led the rapid development of A-Level education all over China. The management team of our school were leaders of the management team of the original Cambridge International High School in Shenzhen. These gifted educators through tireless effort and exploration, have accumulated a great deal of valuable teaching and curriculum management experience. They have been especially successful in integrating Chinese and Western teaching modalities. So far, more than two thousand students from the Pearl River Delta area have worked within the Cambridge Academic system successfully and have been accepted at top rated universities throughout the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Italy, Germany, Holland and elsewhere.Out of those 2000, 120 students have attended Cambridge and Oxford; 181 students went to Imperial College in Britton; 104 students attended the Top 30 University in the United States; and more than 150 students went on to study in the Top 5 Universities in Canada.