Junhua’s Education: Comprehensive Development

Post Time: 2020-02-06
 Gao Dayou, an eighth-grader at the Jinyi Branch of the Jinhua Foreign Language School (Junhua International School), won first prize in the National English Proficiency Competition for Middle School Students (NEPCS), third prize in the 20th Provincial Computer-Assisted Production Competition for Primary and Middle School Students, first prize in the Australian Mathematics Competition, and more. Students from Junhua, including Gao, have won more than 200 honors at home and abroad, thanks to the school’s education theory of comprehensive development.


The Well-Rounded Students of Junhua International School

Gao Dayou said that his persistent study of English words and grammar contributed to his winning first prize at the NEPCS. At last year’s computer-assisted production competition, Gao made a photoelectric flashlight and won third prize.

The smart ecological planting box made by eighth-grader Fu Chongren, which can automatically detect the humidity of the soil through sensors and use ultrasound to detect the height of plants, won first prize.


Platforms for Comprehensive Development

According to statistics, students of Junhua International School have won more than 200 awards since its establishment a year and a half ago. In addition to the basic subjects, the school has opened nearly 50 school-based extension courses, covering Chinese studies, sports, programming, piano, dance, theater, and even tea culture and cooking.

Li Wunan, principal of Junhua International School and a Zhejiang distinguished teacher, said that Junhua is committed to creating the ideal conditions for the comprehensive development of every student. (By Sheng Zan, translated by Wei Han, edited by Kendra Fiddler)


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