FirstPoint USA at WISS

Are you passionate about football? Check out this amazing opportunity for football players in Shanghai! Last month, in partnership with FirstPoint USA, the Western International School of Shanghai and Stoke City FC Academy at WISS hosted a scouting event for football...

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Glorious GAIL

The Western International School of Shanghai (WISS) is excited to be a part of the Global Alliance for Innovative Learning (GAIL) a consortium of seven schools on five continents. Secondary students who are a part of GAIL engage in a variety of 21st Century learning...

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Tiger Pride Tuesday: WISS HS Girls Basketball Team

This Tiger Pride Tuesday we are featuring WISS HS Girls Basketball Team. We are so glad to announce that our Tiger Girls have won the 9th Annual That's Shanghai Annual Sports Awards in two categories: the WISS HS Girls Basketball Team won the award for U18s Team of...

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WISS University Acceptances 2019

  WISS is off to a wonderful start with university acceptances this year! Our impressive 46 students in the Class of 2019 are well on track for success. We are proud to announce that the Class of 2019 already has four acceptances to universities ranked in the top...

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Tiger Pride Tuesday: WISS Athletics

FROM THE WISS TIGERS' SPORTS DESK January was jammed-packed full of WISS Athletics… On Saturday, January 19th, Coach Vaughn, Coach Katrina, and our WISS Tigers HS Girls Basketball Team traveled to SAS-Pudong (Shanghai American...

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Get to Know Harvard University with the Din & Tonics

One of the most important moments in a student´s life is perhaps, making the leap from school to university. When students are choosing their university, it means that their high school life is almost over and a new unknown stage is awaiting them. It is normal for...

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Remembering Qanta Shah

Qanta Shah came to WISS in August 2011 after teaching for many years in South Korea. During her time here she taught Language Acquisition in both the MYP and DP, coordinated SSST (School-supported self-taught languages in the DP), and English Language and Literature...

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Helping Children Grieve After a Loss

Students spend an average of 6 - 8 hours a day at school, 5 days a week. Schools are special communities with deep relationships between students, teachers and staff. When any member of a school community passes away it affects the entire community. Coping with a big...

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Feature Friday: Tiger Robotics at WISS

At the Western International School of Shanghai (WISS), we believe in educating students for the jobs of tomorrow and focus on educating for the future. There are few programs that exemplify that belief as well as Tiger Robotics. an optional after-school activity for...

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