Our Centers

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Our Yangzhuang (or YZ) center is probably our most diversified center at which our teachers basically teach all of the school’s different courses. The center currently has around 400 students and it is very conveniently located inside a residential compound. The center has six spacious classrooms and is led by Cindy Wang who is the Chinese Center Manager, Nicholas Flesch who is the Foreign Center Supervisor and Katrina Yin who is the Chinese Teaching & Service Supervisor. The center has a special cooperation with the nearby Gu2 public school and quite a few of the center’s 400 students originate from that public school.

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Our Jindingjie (or JDJ) center is one of our most stable and well-run centers. The center belongs to our middle-size centers and currently it has just under 300 students. The center tries very hard to create a “family atmosphere” among its staff. It is located in the west part of Shijingshan next to the famous Jin2 public school. The center has five big and bright classrooms and is led by Maggie Shi who is the Chinese Center Manager, Matthew Jones who is the Foreign Center Supervisor and Betty Yu who is the Chinese Teaching & Service Supervisor. The center has a long-time cooperation with the nearby Jin2 public school and a lot of the center’s students originate from that public school.

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Our Gucheng (or GC) center is one of our biggest and longest-running centers at which our teachers teach all of the school’s different courses. The center currently has around 400 students and it is very conveniently located along the main road following the number 1 subway line. The center has eight newly decorated classrooms and is led by Rita Wang who is the Chinese Center Manager, Francis Dorfling who is the Foreign Center Supervisor and Emily Hu who is the Chinese Teaching & Service Supervisor. The center has a special cooperation with the nearby Gu2 public school and quite a few of the center’s 400 students originate from that public school.

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Our Lugu (or LG) center is one of our most expansive centers. The center belongs to our smaller-size centers and currently it has just over 200 students. Most of the center’s classes follow our Elysium program. It is located extremely conveniently just next to the huge Wanda shopping mall. The center has four well-decorated classrooms and is led by Billy Li who is the Chinese Center Manager, Thomas Eder who is the Foreign Center Supervisor and Linda Jiang who is the Chinese Teaching & Service Supervisor. The center has a deep cooperation with the nearby Jinyuan public school and a lot of the center’s students originate from that public school.

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Our Rendafu (or RDF) center is our smallest center with around 100 students. It is located in a very prestigious area and it is surrounded by several high-level public schools. The center just moved a short distance to a brand new, street-front location. The small size creates a very warm and relaxed environment for students and teachers. It has four bright and newly decorated classrooms and is led by James Fu who is the Chinese Center Manager, Andrew Cooper who is the Foreign Center Supervisor and Nicole Li who is the Chinese Teaching & Service Supervisor. The center puts special focus on sales & marketing and frequently hosts different English events.

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Our Yongdinglu (or YDL) center is one of our absolute biggest centers and it’s also the second center ever opened by the school. With 8 foreign teachers teaching around 400 students it’s a very busy center. The center completely focuses on our Pockets/Backpack/Elysium programs making the teaching very streamlined. The center has seven classrooms and is led by Helen Wang who is the Chinese Center Manager, Rob Hammet who is the Foreign Center Supervisor and Freda Liu who is the Chinese Teaching & Service Supervisor. The center works closely with the nearby Wuyi primary school and a lot of the center’s students originate from that public school.

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Our Zhongguancun (or ZGC) center is a middle-sized center located in the heart of the Zhongguancun Educational District, close to some of the most prestigious primary schools in Beijing. The center has over 200 students and it focuses on our Pockets/Backpack/Elysium programs making the teaching very streamlined. It has seven bright and well-equipped street front classrooms and is led by Diana Li who is the Chinese Center Manager, Megan Lucas who is the Foreign Center Supervisor and Dilys Wang who is the Chinese Teaching & Service Supervisor. The center has, as the third center ever opened by the school, a long and rich history.

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Our Yuyuan (or YY) center is our newest and most expansive center. It opened in August 2016 and in less than year it reached 200 students. It is located in the Mentougou area which is one of Beijing’s more scenic areas. YY prides itself on its center atmosphere in which teachers and students become almost like a family. The center has four newly decorated and well-equipped classrooms and is led by Laura Wang who is the Chinese Center Manager, Sorcha M. Smith who is the Foreign Center Supervisor and Tori Liu who is the Chinese Teaching & Service Supervisor. The center cooperates with several nearby Kindergartens and focuses primarily on younger students.