After a three-year hiatus, the APAC tournament is back, and the Concordia baseball team is ready to dominate. Can they make history and win the tournament for the first time?
The Concordia track team reflects on their first meet after a year-long lockdown, highlighting the importance of attitude and camaraderie in their success.
The girls’ varsity soccer team had an exciting weekend, winning against SAS Pudong and BISS while valiantly falling short against SAS Puxi. With incredible comebacks and outstanding teamwork, they’re ready for the upcoming APAC tournament.
From valley girl accents to parliamentary debates, Concordia students share their exhilarating experience competing in their first post covid forensics tournament. Get inspired and informed with this must-read article for anyone looking to explore new interests and develop valuable skills!
APAC theater is a diverse and accepting community of students with amazing theatrical (and often singing and dancing) talents that have taken upon themselves to show the international community what creative genius was in store.
Concordia Badminton Team celebrates the return to cross school competition and begins preparations for APAC.
Concordia International School Shanghai high-school students have once again proven their mettle in the VEX Robotics Nationals Competition by securing a place among the top teams in all of China.
Pinkish-red rolls rest on delicate, lacquered plates. Inside, cuts of shrimp are tucked away in burnished flakes fried in egg yolk.
Growing up, we often hear about the horrors that college application season brings for first semester seniors.
The transformative power of refocusing patterns of consumption
This ground-level agricultural rivalry in Yunnan is of interest to Concordia students
Thrifting and up cycling clothes: learn more from the Shanghai Styles crew about how to make more sustainable clothing decisions.
Members of the HS Lily Project are working to destigmatize menstruation while also opening dialogue about sustainable period solutions and ways to end period poverty.
HS GIN students continue growing a sustainable composting project with local farm partners.
GIN Amity members advocate for human rights and inspire high school peers.
How can we reduce plastic consumption to live more sustainably? This is something that the GIN Bye Bye Plastic Bags group members think about a lot. Check out this creative video from a recent challenge that the BBPB group created for themselves.
Motivated GIN students gather for Saturday workshop to pair active global citizenship with storytelling.