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NIS Ranked as a Top International School by Forbes China, #1 in Nanjing

NIS was recently ranked 21st among the top international schools in China by Forbes China in its 2024 China Foreign Passport School Annual Selection. This prestigious recognition places NIS as the highest-ranked international school in Nanjing, highlighting our commitment to academic excellence, holistic student development, and innovative learning environments.

“This recognition by Forbes China celebrates the hard work and achievements of our students, faculty, and staff,” said Mr. Laurie McLellan, NIS School Director.

Forbes China’s 2024 school evaluation system was based on four dimensions: academic quality, teaching conditions, basic information, and international certification.

Being acknowledged as a top school in China reinforces NIS's reputation as a leader in education and is a testament to NIS's dedication to fostering an inclusive and dynamic learning experience for students of all ages. With a focus on amplifying teaching practices, encouraging Student Voice and Choice, Bursting the Bubble, and nurturing new competencies, NIS continues to be a leader in international education in China.

 


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NIS Ranked as a Top International School by Forbes China, #1 in Nanjing

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