Changzhou International School

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Changzhou International School

Changzhou International School is a key provincial school in the Xinbei district of Changzhou, Jiangsu, People's Republic of China. It has under 1,000 enrolled students from both China and abroad.

History[edit]

Changzhou International School was established in 1997 as a pilot middle school under the administration of Changzhou Xin Bei government and the Changzhou education bureau. The school was set up with an initial investment of 190,000,000 RMB.

Changzhou International School failed and was closed years ago. Since then, other schools offering international programs and curriculum have been established. There are two other international schools in the city. Changzhou Trina International School and the Oxford International College of Changzhou.

Geography[edit]

The school sits on 12.6 hectares in Changzhou's Xin Bei district, approximately 10 km north of Changzhou city centre.

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