Concordia requires parents to submit two medical forms for each student. Please note that a student will not be allowed to attend classes without these health forms on file in the Health Office.
Health & Safety
The health and safety of our students is an important and intentional consideration at Concordia. Therefore, we are proactive in maintaining an environment that allows all those who enter our campus to feel welcome, safe and secure. We consider all of our preparedness measures and safety procedures holistically to ensure the physical safety and emotional well-being of our school community.
To maintain a safe and welcoming environment, security on the Concordia campus encompasses a combination of automated turnstiles that require a valid school ID for entry and exit, closed circuit security cameras and 24/7 security personnel. Visitors without a valid Concordia ID card are required to submit a government issued ID before entering school grounds.
Onsite Health Professionals
Concordia has two health offices onsite with full-time, registered nurses to tend to the everyday health needs of our students and who are qualified to handle emergency care.
A certified athletic trainer serves students and faculty from a purpose-built sports medicine office equipped with the physical therapy tools needed to handle any sports-related injuries that may occur.
In addition to our onsite medical staff, all faculty and staff who work directly with students undergo comprehensive first-aid and emergency preparedness training.
Emotional Health and Safety
All children face certain complex emotions during their school years—it’s part of growing up. In addition to their physical safety, we take into account the emotional well-being of our students. Our counseling and guidance staff provide support for students dealing with mental, emotional and stress-related difficulties.
Concordia continues to invest in the safety and health of our school environment. This includes sustainable solutions to ensure clean, safe air in our campus buildings. Built-in systems across campus ensure that the air quality in all classrooms and common areas remains well below U.S. EPA standards in regard to 2.5 particulate and other pollutants even when the external air quality is poor.
External air quality levels are checked throughout the day and reported via a color-coded signs by entrances to each division using the same monitoring equipment as the U.S. Consulate.
Under certain conditions, we require that you keep your sick child home for their own comfort and for the safety of the community.
We follow the U.S. Center for Disease control international recommendations for immunizations.
Our qualified and caring nurses are available to tend to the occasional cut, bruise and upset tummy during the school day.
We have listed a number of frequently asked questions that parents have asked over the years regarding student heath requirements for admission and enrollment at Concordia Shanghai.
Concordia is aware that it is impossible to eliminate all nut products and ingredients that cause allergic reactions where food is served, but we are a “nut-and-allergen awareness” school.
Any student found to have any of the contagious conditions will be sent home. Parents should notify the Health Office/Nurse’s Station when a student has a contagious condition.
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The information provided is not intended as a substitute for appropriate medical intervention. If your child is kept home from school, please call your school secretary to notify them of the absence.
School Phone Number: 5899-0380
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The Concordia Shanghai Operations Team and Health Department have been hard at work since news of the COVID-19 virus first broke in January 2020. Immediately upon hearing of this disease, our dedicated staff began preparing our campus, our procedures, and our supplies to protect the Concordia community and comply with all Chinese government regulations and requirements.
The health and safety of our students, parents, and employees are of the utmost importance to us. We strive to always provide a healthy environment for the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of our community. This is crucially important during pandemics, such as COVID-19, and Concordia Shanghai has taken the virus, and our response, with the seriousness that our community deserves. If you have any questions or concerns about our campus preparedness, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any student or employee who leaves Shanghai must repeat a 14-day campus quarantine period before being able to return to campus. Students whose parents travel to a high-risk must also quarantine.
All students and employees are required to submit a daily health and travel declaration form to access campus. Please email you r division office with questions. You can watch a video of filling out the form here.
Please read and follow these campus access rules for ALL students and members of the Concordia community. You can also watch our campus access training video to see how students enter campus during this time.