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Nanjing International School
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Nanjing International School

Admissions

Admissions

Get a snapshot of what makes NIS a great place to learn!

16

Average years of teaching experience

30+

Languages Spoken

1992

First Year Opened

1st

China IB Continuum School

21

Competitive Sports Teams 

6

Languages Taught

100+

After School Activities Offered

25+

Community Activities Offered

3

Full-time Counsellors On Staff

 

 

 

Welcome Prospective Families

We are so pleased that you are interested in Nanjing International School.

Whether you are already in China and choosing a new school for your child, relocating from another country, or moving overseas for the first time, we recognise the importance of finding the right educational setting for your family. The school you choose may be the single most important factor in your Nanjing experience, and we are here to help in any way we can.

Have a look through our Parent Handbook below to get a sense of some of our core practices that help to make our school an exciting, safe and inclusive learning community. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!

My team and I encourage you to come and visit NIS and see our school in action. Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you have – no matter how big or small !

Warm regards,

Sue Northcott | Lucy Zhan | Jiae Fischl | Jane Dai

Director of Admissions -

Sue Northcott
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Admissions Officer

- Lucy Zhan
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External Relations and Communications Officer

- Jane Dai
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Korean Admissions and Liaison Advisor

- Jiae Fischl
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Parent Handbook

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FAMILY INCLUSION @ NIS

At NIS, we practice an approach to inclusion that gives priority for class places to families who will enroll all their age-appropriate children at our school. This approach supports our mission commitment to an inclusive classroom learning environment as well as our community spirit. NIS will not enroll or re-enroll students who receive tiered learning support unless their school age siblings also attend the school.

As a fully inclusive school it is important that you disclose in advance if your child has any learning support needs ie an Individual Education Plan or any accommodations or modifications have been made to his or her learning programme at any stage of his or her school life. Failure to disclose this information could lead to a delay in being able to offer your child a place at our school.

We want to be able to offer all our students the best chance of success, and in order to do that we must have this information beforehand so we can discuss it with you and follow up with our experts in our Learning Support Team.

In some exceptional circumstances this may not be the appropriate school for your child.