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Secondary School American Program 2016-2017
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A.    Profile of the Program

The school has been committed to the school mission “integrating eastern and western educational philosophies, nurturing Chinese modern elites”. To further implement this mission, together with a well-chosen Canadian educational organization, the school started the Gifted Program in high school (Senior Program) in 2005 and in the middle school (Junior Program) in 2009. 
 
Currently, this program has been optimized and upgraded. The school is now cooperating with American Griggs International Academy (GIA) at the middle school section and with some American High Schools at the high school section. This program aimed at helping the students lay a solid foundation in both academic studies and cross-cultural understanding and communicative abilities by the offering of integrated curricula of both complete Chinese secondary school curricula and select American school English /Communication courses. As a result, eligible graduates will have more access and opportunities to the national top universities and well-known overseas universities. 
 
In addition, the school has signed a Green-Path Agreement with American California Baptist University to help the non-program students with the intention of studying for an American university degree.

 

The past nineyears saw substantial growth of the Program. Recently in order to meet thestudents’ needs of all around development and to enable them to have moreaccess to universities home and abroad, the program positioning and curricular havebeen updated. The layout for the whole program is shown in the chart below.

 

B.    Components of the Curriculum

1. Junior Program (GIA Program):

 

Timeline

Courses

Periods per week

Grade 7 (Junior 1)

Language Arts, Social Science, Math, Science

15

Grade 8 (Junior 2)

Language Arts, Social Science, Math, Science

15

 

   2. SeniorProgram

   a. OverseasProgram

No. of course

Timeline

Courses

Notes

Optional

American Summer Program (from the beginning of July to the beginning of August)

l       Five-week Intensive

English Program

l       Field trips and Travel Across the Country

Students learn in an American local school and live with American families to have maximum exposure to the English language and American culture,thus their cross-cultural communicative understanding and skills are improved.

1

Grade 10 (Senior 1)

Language Arts Reading & Writing, Math, Social Studies, Science

Obtain required credits set by the American partner school

Optional

From the middle of Semester 1 to the end of Semester 2

Prep-course for TOEFL

 

25-30 weeks

2

Grade 11 (Senior 2)

 

Language Arts Reading & Writing, Math, Social Studies, Science

Obtain required credits set by the American partner school.

 

Optional

From the middle of Semester 1 to the end of Semester 2

Prep-course for SAT

 

25-30 weeks

 

3

Grade 12 (Senior 3)

American high school courses & AP courses

Study at American high schools

 

 

 b. English-featuredProgram

 

 

Timeline

Course

Periods per week

Note

Grade 9 (Junior 3)

Language Arts

8

The course aims to strengthen students’ learning of the English language and improve their overall language skills;

Grade 10 (Senior 1)

Language Arts

8

 

The past yearshave witnessed continued success of graduates of this program. Most of thestudents were admitted by top universities in China and overseas, and they arenow doing well in their studies or careers all over the world. Within theschool, the program is developing substantially; this fall, we are going toplace the senior program students into two tracks: one track is oriented toquality universities abroad; the other is oriented to China National CollegeEntrance Examination with featured English education. The curricular componentsand hour allocation for both tracks have been tailored for the students’ needsand future development through discussion of both parties.

 

C. Enrollment Requirements

       1. Prospective Students: ExcellentGraduates of Grade 6 and Grade 9

2.      Admission Requirements:

l       PassEnglish proficiency test conducted by American teachers

l       Meetthe requirements in terms of both total score and single English course scorein the Middle/High School Entrance Examination

l       Meetthe requirements of overall performance evaluation

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