Situated in downtown Honglingjin Park, Yew Chung International School of Beijing (YCIS Beijing) provides international education to expatriate children aged 2 - 18. Recognised as one of the top international schools in Beijing, YCIS Beijing’s international curriculum through kindergarten, primary school and secondary school (IGCSE & IB) prepares students to become bilingually competent in English and Chinese and internationally minded for a competitive future.
We offer rolling admissions year round! Our friendly and dedicated Admissions staff will be happy to field any questions you may have. Fill out an inquiry form on our website today! http://goo.gl/8ZZySy
Due to government licensing restrictions, students and parents must possess non-PRC passports to be considered for admission. Please contact our Admissions Department directly via firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join our Open Day on May 25 on the Yew Chung International School of Beijing campus to meet our school Co-Principals, Noel Thomas and Christine Xu, and to learn more about our school's unique education model. Parents will have the opportunity to see the exciting changes that are happening all across our campus and visit our newly renovated Learning Communities.Read more
As unhealthy food and sedentary lifestyles become more and more widespread, it’s vital that students and adults alike are aware of ways to stave off unhealthy habits and the consequences that they bring. As part of a recent project, a group of Year 10 IGCSE students took it upon themselves to promote the message of healthy eating to Year 3 YCIS Beijing students, educating them on healthy and unhealthy foods to help ensure they make the right dietary choices when they’re older.Read more
With a history of consistently remarkable university acceptance offers from around the world, YCIS Beijing’s Class of 2017 was no exception. In the fall of 2017, our graduating Year 13’s will be heading to countries around the world, including the US, the UK, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, and even Switzerland, to begin their tertiary education.Read more