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Q: Best schools in Shenzhen?

I'm going to be joining a program to go and teach in Shenzhen, but I'm clueless about the city, I really have no idea which districts are good or not.

Are there any places I should avoid?

10 years 7 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Shenzhen

 
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I worked there for a year, in a school in Yantian, and the place was a complete dump.

Limit yourself to Futian, Luohu or Nanshan (though that one is quite far away too).

One school with very good reputation and great kids is the Shenzhen Foreign Languages School. Most highly-rated school in the city, with their kids goin off in the best universities in the country.

Material is great, classes are well-equipped and the people are nice. They have a middle school in Futian and a high school in Yantian, which is lost in the wilderness.

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