In recent years, Jincai High School is highly recognized with its persistent in quality education and its stable educational level. The success rate for entry into colleges/universities in China, including the International Division, is at nearly 99 percent. What’s more, our school excels in the autonomous enrolment of Top Universities such as Fudan University, Jiaotong University. The student chorus won several prizes in the local and international competition. Jincai High School has been awarded many the honorary titles as an advanced unit in Shanghai.
RespectRecognize and respect the rights, beliefs, and
practices of others.
ResponsibilityResponsible for maintaining a studious environment.
● Mutual respect regardless of race, religion and culture
● To recognize and respect the rights, beliefs, or practices of others
● Any destructive behavior, infringement of laws, remarks or attacks concerning personal affairs, races, and cultural differences will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
● Morality and good deeds are encouraged and violence in any form is unacceptable.
● Actively participating in school activities, and expressing school pride.
● Respect of school property and reputation.
1. It is the duty of a student to
(a) participate fully in learning opportunities;
(b) study on a regular basis
(c) contribute to an orderly and safe learning environment
(d) respect the rights of others
(e) comply with the discipline policies of the school
2. It is the duty of the parents to
(a) support their children in achieving learning success;
(b) urge students to study according to school requirements
(c) communicate regularly with their school and collaborate with the school in all kinds of educational activities
(d) ensure the basic needs of their children are met, including maintaining good health and rest when they go to school;
(e) provide support to teachers in educating students.
3. It is the duty of a teacher in a public school to
(a) respect the rights of students
(b) be dedicated to completing the assignment made by the school and
(c) implement teaching strategies that foster a positive learningenvironment aimed at helping students achieve learning outcomes;
(d) encourage students in the pursuit of learning
(e) monitor the effectiveness of the teaching strategies by analyzing outcomes achieved
(f) acknowledge and accommodate differences in learning styles;
(g) take all reasonable steps necessary to create and maintain an orderly and safe learning environment;
(h) maintain appropriate order and discipline in the school or classroom in the teacher's charge, and report to the principal or other person in charge the conduct of any student who is persistently defiant or disobedient;
(i) maintain an attitude of concern for the welfare and security of each student and encourage in each student an attitude of concern for the welfare and security of others and encourage students to respect values regarding faith, morality, truth, patriotism, justice, universal love, equality, diligence, kindness, etc.
(j) show concern for students health, security, and comfort.
4. It is the duty of the support staff member to
(a) maintain an attitude of concern for the dignity and welfare of each student;
(b) co-operate with the principal, teachers, students and other staff members to maintain an orderly, safe and supportive learning environment;
(c) respect students’ rights
Fixed class management system is adopted in JCID. Each class has no more than 25 students with a caring and experienced class teacher. Classes in English section have both Chinese and foreign class teachers, who are
responsible for students’daily life, academic advisement and moral education. The class teachers keep regular contact with parents or guardians and report the academic and behavioral situation at regular intervals.
The dual management system is established at both director and class teachers’ levels with the division of responsibilities. The class teachers are responsible for students’ routine affairs while directors handle the important problems and events.
The students’ behavior and the handling of the affairs refer to the following rules and regulations.
<JCID Student’s Guide>
The dual management system is established at both directors and class teachers’ levels with the division of responsibilities.
The directors from both Chinese and English Section are charged with supervising students’ behavior.
The Students Center is set to deal with students’ school enrollment and foreign affairs.
The Student Council, which is elected by students, manage themselves independently.
Utilizing varied modern teaching resources and technologies, we are able to serve our students with first class learning and living environment; Meanwhile, we provide platforms for our students to fully develop their talents, preparing them well for future life in the future society.
We will arrange for our students to visit major scenic spots in Shanghai, to help students get a better understanding of city culture of Shanghai. Sports festival is held once a semester including the sports meet, varied matches and the culture trip aimed to broaden students’ horizons in Chinese history and its cultural landscape. In our school, students council makes arrangements for the haunted house in Halloween party. Graduation ceremony is held in June annually, celebrated by elementary, middle school and high school graduates. The school year book is made by the joints efforts of teachers and students alike, in which teachers provide guidance, students council help to operate it while students collect all materials all through a year, design cover and layout for their own class. The annual Christmas celebration is made up of two parts, The fun and food party and Christmas performance.
The Art Festival includes singing, dancing, musical instrument competitions. Besides we have Science Fair, entertaining maths contest. MYP Week related to all five areas, in which students can fully experience education philosophy of MYP.
Community service, charity activities, social experiencing, all contribute to facilitate our students in learning, helping them to understand and think about the following questions: How our lives are related? How do I contribute to my community? How do I help others?
JCID has some student clubs with distinctive features. We believe active organization of student clubs are conducive to develop students interests. Moreover, it fosters students’ personality, awareness of democratic management as well as their initiative. The most active ones now includes: electric band, Chinese chess, card games, hockey, etc.
The University and Careers Guidance
JCID provides University and Careers Guidance Counselors. Their roles are to help students Years 10-12 review the options for their educational and vocational futures.
The University and Careers Counselor works with parents and students in grade 10-12 to help them explore careers options after JCID. We believe that the process of future planning is more successful when students start exploring potential careers early. The aim is for grade 12 students to feel comfortable and confident about their potential career, course and university choices.
University and Careers Guidance leads students through the process of career selection and to help them to make successful applications to future institutions:
* Grade 10-11: Students are offered to take a career match test and can begin the career planning process. They are encouraged to try Volunteer work which also starts building a student’s CV/resume in a particular career interest.
* Grade 11-12 Possible courses, colleges and universities are discussed with students, and students are strongly encouraged to make university/ college visits. By the time they enter grade 12, students have developed an understanding of the application process to colleges and universities.
* Grade 12: Students meet with the Counselor as soon as possible after the start of this school year to start their applications and go over their options. A personal development course which teaches students on personal statement, interview skills, resume writing course is offered this year to assist students with this process. Students can also use this time to register to Collegeboard and the Common Application, and to begin their applications. There are continued meetings with Grade 12 students throughout the semester and students are encouraged always to stop by, email or telephone with any questions or concerns they may have.
The College Center Office:A504
Ms Li Shan
Head of College Center