The Attached Middle School to Jiangxi Normal University Sino-U.S. International Program

School Profile 2017-2018

The School and Community

The Attached Middle School to Jiangxi Normal University is a public, co-educational day and boarding school founded in 1954. Accredited by the Chinese Ministry of Education, the school boasts a diverse and highly qualified teaching staff that attracts Jiangxi Province’s most academically accomplished students. Out of 786 Grade 12 students who took China’s national college entrance exam in 2017, 705 were admitted to the top 100 Chinese universities and colleges, the best performance in Jiangxi Province. The school enrolls more than 3000 students and consists of three divisions: the Middle School (Grades 7-9), the High School (Grades 10-12), and the Sino-U.S. International Program (Grades 10-12). The International Program was started in 2012. In addition to an International Program entrance exam, all students admitted to the International Program take the Nanchang High School Entrance Exam and score among the top 15%.

School Curriculum

The Sino-U.S. International Program offers a bilingual curriculum combining Chinese Ministry of Education requirements with an American curriculum based on the California Department of Education Standards & Frameworks. The International Program was the first to offer Advanced Placement (AP) courses in Nanchang. In Grades 11 and 12, qualified students may take AP courses.

Foreign Courses Offered by Department

ENGLISH: American Literature, British Literature, World Literature, Writing 1, 2 and 3, Pre-AP American Literature, Pre-AP World Literature, Pre-AP Writing 1 and 2, AP English Language & Composition FOREIGN LANGUAGE: French, Japanese, Spanish
MATHEMATICS: Pre-Calculus, Advanced Mathematics, Calculus, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Mixed Martial Arts, P.E., Yoga
SCIENCE: Chemistry, Physics, AP Physics C: E & M, AP Physics C: Mechanics
SOCIAL STUDIES: Introduction to Economics, Introduction to Geography, Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to U. S. History, Introduction to World History, Economics, Psychology, AP Human Geography, AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics, AP Psychology