Christian Alliance International School
|Anno di fondazione||2017|
|Fase di iscrizione / Gradi||Preparatory to Grade 12|
|Numero di studenti||1,500+|
|Accreditamenti||Alberta Accredited International School - Canada, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate|
|Preside||Mr. Richard Vanderpyl|
|Tassa annuale (Min)||123,200 HKD|
|Tassa d'iscrizione annuale (massimo)|
CAIS is a non-profit international school of 1,500+ students representing more than 25 nationalities based in Hong Kong.
CAIS is authorized as an IB World School, offering the International Baccalaureate®️ Diploma Programme (IBDP). It is also accredited to provide the Alberta Curriculum and offers Advanced Placement®️ courses. CAIS is a through-train school, providing a unique transformative educational experience for children aged from 5 to 17 at its preparatory, lower and upper primary and secondary sections. CAIS, founded by the Kowloon Tong Church of the Chinese Christian and Missionary Alliance (KTAC), welcomes students from all backgrounds.
CurriculumThe CAIS academic culture is rigorous and enthusiastic. Advanced Placement courses complement the world class Alberta Curriculum. Students can also progress through to the IB Diploma Programme during their final two years of secondary education.
Lingue di insegnamentoThe language of instruction is English. Chinese Studies classes are mandatory for Preparatory to Grade 9 students and are optional for Grade 10 to 12 students.
Lingue straniereFrench and Spanish
EsamiAdvanced Placement, IB Diploma
Christian education is important for me, because our family is Christian. Why is it important from an education point of view? Because I believe giving my kids access and exposure to Christian ethics and Christian values is really important for them to build their character.
For me the atmosphere of the school is always very caring with regards to the teachers. One of the aspects I really love about the school is just the way they care for the students. I really like the fact that they have these pastoral and advisory care groups. For me I think that's very important just to grow that relationship with the students and the teacher.