效实中学

  学校简介
  学校领导介绍及分管工作
  内部机构设置情况
  校长主页
  历任校长
  办学成就
  领导关怀
  效实院士
  效实英烈
  效实理念
  100周年校庆
  校园风景
  云相册
  我们的老效实
  校园导游
  Introduction
 

Introduction to Ningbo Xiaoshi High School

Established in 1912, Ningbo Xiaoshi High School was once a renowned private school in Zhejiang Province. It was transferred to public administration in 1956, and renamed Ningbo No. 5 Middle School. Twice, in 1959 and 1978, the school was listed as a Key Provincial School. In 1980, it reclaimed its original name, and one year later was recognized as one of the First Key Schools in the province. In 1995, Xiaoshi succeeded to the rank of a First-Class Key Provincial School. Four years later alongside another school, it was selected as a Base for the Creative Teaching of Science in Zhejiang Province. The following year, in 2000, the National Ministry of Education granted it the award for a Modern Experimental School of Educational Technology. Five consecutive times, in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011,2013,2015 and 2017, Xiaoshi was voted one of the 100 Finest Schools in China. In July of 2012, the Ministry of Education’s Teacher Development Foundation accredited Xiaoshi as a Specialist School in China. In April of 2014, Xiaoshi was honored as a Specialist Model School in Zhejiang Province. In November of 2016,Xiaoshi High School launches a pilot aeronaval program in Zhejiang Province.

Currently, Xiaoshi hosts 42 classes of some 1577 students including IBDP program students. Its outstanding faculty of 172 teachers is a source of great pride, as many of them have won coveted titles from the national, provincial and municipal governments.

True to its name, Xiaoshi has long sought to continue pragmatically the traditions of patriotism and science it has inherited. To this end, it has adhered to a school of thought that advocates careful observance of guidelines as well as respect for the students’ needs, thus laying the foundation for nurturing talent. Furthermore, Xiaoshi continuously pursues comprehensive educational standards, thereby fostering an ethos simultaneously unique and modern. The school actively advocates a spirit of exploration and innovation that champions pragmatic solutions. A high degree of excellence in Arts and Sciences, Mathematics and Languages has long been familiar here.

Throughout the past century, the school has nurtured more than 40,000 students, presently living at home and abroad, who have made ongoing contributions to the nation’s revitalization. From among them, Tu Youyou won the Lasker Award in 2011 and the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 2015. Nine alumni including Tong Dizhou, were inducted into the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and an additional six alumni, including Hu Si’de, into the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Dr. Tsung-Dao Lee, who won the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics, praised Xiaoshi for having graduated thousands of excellent students who have made great achievements in their respective fields the world over.

Xiaoshi has rigorously pressed for educational reforms, aiming at a diverse curriculum and a high quality education. Seen as a cradle for students with leadership skills, the school exemplifies the promotion of an individual’s all-around development while offering a spiritual home for mutual development between teachers and students. In this way, Xiaoshi remains responsive to the national curriculum, adapting it to the needs of the school, while simultaneously developing a broad range of elective courses. In this way, the school maintains its mission of continuously improving the quality of its core education through implementation of advanced teaching methods and classroom research. Xiaoshi thus practices a student-based style of school management by teaching students according to their aptitude.

Providing fertile soil for student activities, Xiaoshi nurtures a score of clubs and organizations that extensively shape student life. Among these, the school’s Model United Nations enjoys preeminence. Last year, it even was one of the clubs invited by the University of Chicago to attend the top United States MUN conference. Also of note, however, are the school’s Hefeng Volunteer Group, Literature, Astronomy and Drama Clubs, Arts Ensemble, Calligraphy and Painting Club, as well as the History and Photography Clubs.

Xiaoshi fosters an open-door policy that promotes international exchange and cooperation. In recent years, Xiaoshi has enjoyed amiable relationships and exchanges with Hopkins School, U.S.A.; Perth College, U.K.; Yishun Junior College, Singapore; Nanyang Girls’ High, Singapore; Lycée Jeanne d’Arc, France; PIUS XI High School, U.S.A.; University of California at Los Angeles, U.S.A.; Woodhouse Grove School, U.K.; Nishiotsu High School, Japan; and Glendowie College, New Zealand; the University of Auckland, New Zealand; Kaiser-Karls Gymnasium, Germany, etc. Annually, a number of Xiaoshi graduates have been accepted for undergraduate and graduate work at world-renowned universities, including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and Columbia in the United States, as well as Cambridge and Oxford in England.

In 2012, approved by Educational Bureau, Xiaoshi started running International Baccalaureate Diploma Program(IBDP) and got authorization from IBO in 2013.

 

 

Present Principal: QiuJianHao

Add:No.178 Baiyang St.Ningbo,315012

Tel:(0574)87159599

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Web:http://www.nbxiaoshi.net

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