News from Schools November 15, 2019

WISS Achieves Excellence in International Education

Recently, the Western International School of Shanghai was granted membership in the Council of International Schools (CIS), which is the first step towards obtaining a CIS Accreditation. The Council of International Schools (CIS) is a membership community working collaboratively o shape international education through professional services to schools, higher education institutions, and individuals.

As an educational institution we promote the idea of continuous improvement in our day to day. Our students are the center of our daily work. Our effort means being able to offer them the best and give them access to quality education. With that in mind we constantly endeavor to achieve excellence in international education.

We have already come a long way since the Western International School of Shanghai is the first and only full continuum IB World School in mainland China authorized to offer all four IB Programmes: Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme, Diploma Programme, and Career-related Programme. But our commitment doesn’t end here. We work every day to achieve the highest recognition, proving that our school meets all the requirements to provide quality education. Recently we were granted CIS membership. This new recognition in addition to our WASC accreditation, demonstrates our faithful and firm commitment to give the best to our students.

At the Western International School of Shanghai, we not only offer a quality international education, but we train our students to understand the global world we live in and give them all the tools they need to become future leaders.

Inspiring minds to shape the future is not just a motto; it is our way of seeing and understanding education.

The Western International School of Shanghai (WISS)

The Western International School of Shanghai (WISS) is a forward-looking school that has been inspiring young people from around the world since 2006. Our diverse and compassionate community…

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