History of SCIE
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                                              Officially founded in 2003, Shenzhen College of International Education (SCIE) is an international high school accredited by Cambridge International Examinations and College Board.


                                              SCIE has obtained the accreditation from the Council of International Schools (CIS),which means it has been confirmed through the CIS membership. Also, SCIE is a member school of FOBISIA and EARCOS.


                                              Currently SCIE provides 39 subjects in total: 26 IGCSE and A level subjects including Languages, Humanities, Sciences, Mathematics, Business, Art and Design, Computer Sciences, Music etc. Since August 2016, SCIE provided 13 AP (Advanced Placement) courses for US applicants.


                                              Teaching staff in SCIE are from all over the world and over 60% of whom are expatriates.?Students can enjoy diverse extra-curricular life with more than 100 clubs organized by themselves. The ECA program ranges wildly including the science, humanity, arts, sports, community services, leadership, adventurous skills and so on. All these clubs help students to release their creativity and curiosity.


                                              Here, over 1600 graduates have been nurtured and received offers from prestigious universities all over the world. And it is delightful to witness our students achieve their potential but most importantly, they have become the global citizen who they want to be in the specific field.

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