Third Culture Coffee Roasters is a non-profit social enterprise simulation run by Concordia High School students enrolled in the social entrepreneurship class. We exist to create social impact by roasting and selling specialty-grade coffee through student led, experiential learning.
Four students from Concordia’s Big Data Analytics class have been invited to present their research at the 2018 International Conference on Big Data and Education in the US this spring. The conference, which will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii, in March, received submissions from nearly 12 countries and regions around the globe. Among them were three submitted by Concordia students.
At the Intel Science and Engineering Fair in Chengdu this January, four of the 33 total projects were submitted by Concordia students, and all four were awarded superior ranking by the judging panel. Three of the projects were included in the top five spots that will have a chance to participate in the finals in the US this May...
From January 19-21, Concordia hosted its ninth annual CISSMUN conference, which was held concurrently with the school’s first Global Issues Network conference, GINAsia 2018. The event brought an amazing lineup of keynote speakers, including
We asked Concordia Class of 2012 alumna Louise Atadja to share with us her involvement in Dressember, the global campaign to raise awareness and to fight modern slavery. Here's what she had to say...
Writers have shaped human history and culture in profound ways, using the written word to capture significant historical and cultural events that . . .
Concordia is proud to have internationally renowned Chinese peasant painter Lu Yong Zhong as artist in residence working directly with . . .
Last week more that 200 hundred middle and high school students from area international schools participated in the 4th annual Shanghai . . .
Tryouts for the Concordia Swim Team took place in October, and since then our swimmers have been in the water working hard, increasing their . . .
Yoochan, a Concordia junior, loves science and wants to share it with others. That’s why he entered the Breakthrough Junior Challenge, a global competition that inspires students to think creatively about science.
(Submitted by Concordia student Megan Yang)
We live in a world that is increasingly becoming a distraction. Many new gadgets are being invented, but our short time in life is not enough to satisfy our thirst for information. Although some of these technological developments are practical, they are all undermining a very important life skill to have, the power of listening. Read more.
(Submitted by Concordia students Julie B. and Karen M.)
Millennials have been endlessly warned by older generations of the environmental disasters they stand to inherit. Sadly, younger generations have grown up seeing these human-instigated environmental issues as the norm. Acutely aware of the horrifying nature of these current issues, Concordia students have taken action to make their school more eco-friendly. Read the entire article in the Winter 2017 issue of the EARCOS Journal (pg 31). Read more.
(Submitted by Concordia student Alan Deutsch)
Concordia International School Shanghai, at the quintessential peak of its environmental progression, has established a multitude of initiatives that are driven by students. Three of the most notable address the use of plastic bottles, food waste and recycling at school...Read more.
At Concordia International School Shanghai, we believe that learning for young children involves a unified relationship between parents, teachers, and the environment. Parents and students are supported and encouraged in their relationship both at home and at school. Teachers are trained in research-based practices that help young children develop and grow holistically so that the whole child is cared for and educated. Through these research-based practices, children...Read more.
Concordia is certainly a wonderful place! Children and families seem to navigate
Book Week is an exciting opportunity for the entire school
Please join us on Tuesday, February 6, at 8:15AM for our EC/ES Parent Coffee in the ES library.
CALLING ALL SUPER PHOTOGRAPHERS!
We will hold our Farewell Assembly for those departing Concordia
CISSMUN is a 3-day Model United Nations conference, one of the largest in Asia, that is hosted at ...
Concordia students entered four projects in this year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Chengdu.
Check out page 3 of the most recent edition of The Sandwatcher to read about Concordia's Xichong Tribe and the
The high school theatre program proudly announces the Winter Student One-Act play series, a mash-up of five
Congratulations to Concordia students Isabella Luo and Claire Chen who were both recipients of Scholastic Art &