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25 Years of Commitment to the Community

Since our humble beginnings at our Changning campus, SCIS has continuously provided the best international education within a truly caring and diverse community of students, parents, and staff. 

What started as a single campus, with seven teachers and less than fifty students, has since grown and flourished to include over 1,800 students spread amongst our three campuses.

As SCIS grew, so did our community, and both have come a long way over the past quarter of a century. Our shared journey has been one of progress, achievement, and change.

 

Today, our close-knit community is unparalleled, consisting of a diverse mix of outstanding parents, students, teachers, and staff representing over sixty nationalities and thirty-five languages, across six continents. Together, we have built a community of global-minded citizens that are compassionate, resilient, creative, and conscientious. 

 

Since its establishment, SCIS has delivered on its mission to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring learners who contribute positively to their communities. As we look to the years to come, we will continue to nurture a caring learning environment that celebrates the spirit of a community-centered, highly supportive, and truly internationally-minded education.

 

It has been an incredible 25 years and we are excited for the road ahead as we continue to innovate and improve the educational experience for each and every student. To each and all of you, our sincerest thanks for being part of the journey.

 

Happy 25th Anniversary, Dragons. 

SCIS. Once a Dragon, Always a Dragon.

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