Dr. Deborah Smith Johnston, a history teacher at Concordia International School Shanghai was named the 2018 James F. Harris History Teacher of the Year for the senior division. This prestigious teaching award is presented to one middle school and one high school teacher.
Four Concordia high school students recently traveled to the US to present their independent scientific research at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). Having won in the China-wide competition in Chengdu back in February, these students earned the opportunity to present their work to a broader audience at the 69th annual ISEF in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
Both big data and blockchain are some of the hottest buzz words around the tech world. What happens when one meets the other? At the 6th Big Data and Analytics EdCon held at Concordia International School Shanghai, Thomas Liang, partner at Hom-E Capital, shares with educators what he thinks.
Over the course of the spring semester, students in the high school Applied Design class have been immersed in real-world-type design projects that had them exploring solutions to design problems around creative form and function applied to everyday items like fabrics, papers, clothing, and furnishings.
On Tuesday evening, April 24, Concordia hosted its second Business Networking Group (BNG) happy hour at the co-working office space, WeWork, in Lujaizui. More than 40 Concordia parents joined this community event which provides working parents with opportunities to engage with members of the school community and build relationships with other professionals.
Students from Concordia’s high school debate team recently competed in the International Public Policy Forum (IPPF), an international debate competition sponsored by the Brewer Foundation and New York University.
How do our personal choices about food connect to or effect our lives and our planet? This was one of the questions that formed the basis of a recent unit of study for AP Language and Composition students at Concordia.
Concordia high school teacher, Dr. Deborah Johnston, was nominated for the Harris History Teacher Award by the National History Day program in China. The Harris History Teacher of the Year award is sponsored by James F. Harris and is awarded to one middle and high school teacher annually.
Concordia teachers have a mission to “educate students holistically in a nurturing environment.” As we work together to unpack the terms “holistic” and “nurturing,” we have to consider the importance of creating meaningful learning opportunities that are fueled by student inquiry, especially those that take place outside the walls of the classroom.
This parents-only event, hosted by Concordia Early Childhood Division Principal, Mr. Drew Gerdes, highlighted information on self-regulation, executive functions, and social-emotional learning and how these three pillars serve as a foundational component for a young child's development and growth.
Join us on April 28th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. The Jinqiao MiniMaker Faire is a venue for makers—from artists to engineers—to show off their...
We will hold our Farewell Assembly for those departing Concordia
Concordia will hold the All-School Christmas Assembly on Friday morning, December 15,
2017-2018 LittleStar CISB Short Story Competition "A LESSON".
Graduation 2018 was a very special celebration of these exceptional students who have brought so much to Concordia. Thank you to faculty speaker, Kathleen Mahoney and student speaker, Taylor Adam for.....
Five students from Concordia recently traveled to Pittsburgh to participate in the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF), representing three of the five groups chosen from international schools.....
The Concordia science faculty recently had the opportunity to visit Henkel Adhesive Innovation Center to learn about the interesting work they are doing in adhesives.....
Summer checkout will take place from Friday, June 1 – Friday, June 8 in the Phoenix Library. All books will be due back on the first day of school, Wednesday, August 15, 2018, for the 2018-2019 school year......
Thank you Concordia community! You helped the National Honor Society raise 17,000 RMB for More Than Aware as part of the Thrive and Shine walk-a-thon.