Concordia Shanghai offers a variety of co-curricular activities available for your children via our innovative Co-curricular Program. With 150+ co-curriculars to choose from, your children can find the right ones to inspire them and learn valuable life skills along the way.
Concordia’s co-curricular program includes activities, sports, and clubs that run parallel to the curriculum and provide additional exposure to experiential learning within a safe and nurturing environment.
Taught, coached or advised primarily by experienced Concordia teachers, co-curricular activities reinforce curricular areas and provide a place where students can fully explore the topics in which they have an interest.
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The co-curricular program aligns across grade levels, offering a thematic thread of intentional, age-appropriate activities starting in the early grades up through high school.
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Types of CCA Offered
Founded in 2017 as a high school Global Issues Network (GIN) project, the Lily Project is dedicated to empowering underprivileged women and girls, while working towards eradicating gender inequality.
Caring for the social-emotional health and wellbeing of students is an integral part of a holistic education and is the focus of the Big Life Kids Club, an ES CCA.
Phoenix Squadron is a student-driven co-curricular activity (CCA) at Concordia, founder in December 2020 by Marcus and Shreyas, under the guidance of Dr. Peter Tong, HS teacher.
Battle of the Books is an American Schools Reading Challenge which began in the 1930s in Chicago but slowly gained popularity and is now played, not only all over the US but also in international schools, world wide.