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Q: What high schools in Fuzhou teach most subjects in english.

I have a job offer and I have two children in 9th and 10th grade who need to attend school but they do not know Chinese. Any public or private school I would be fine. I need names and phone numbers to speak with someone. I need to find out as soon as possible.

7 years 8 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Fuzhou

 
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Unfortunately, English only schools are very rare, even in the larger cities.  The main reason for this is because those schools tend to teach non-Chinese curriculum and therefore only non-Chinese are allowed to attend.

 

Most foreign parents will either homeschool their children or allow them to join local schools that have a program for fast tracking students into learning Chinese so they can join the rest of the students.

 

The main problem is that you will not find any Chinese schools that offer AP classes or preparation for the SAT.  Most of the curriculum at those grades is purely focused on scoring as high as possible in the national university placement tests.

 

I wish you luck with your search.

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In Fuzhou may have not the private school for your children except your children konw some Chinese .Then they can understand what the teacher said . 

There have the Foreign Language School in fuzhou

http://www.fzwgyxx.com/

 

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