China’s first Sino-US high school was launched in Shanghai Tuesday, offering internationally recognized courses to meet the demands of an increasingly discerning market, China Daily reported Wednesday. Shanghai Qibao Dwight High School is a joint venture between Shanghai Qibao High School and Dwight School of the United States. The boarding school plans to enroll 150 students in the fall, with 100 from Shanghai and 50 from other provinces and overseas. It will recruit teachers globally. Tuition will be in the range of 120,000 (US$19,500) to 150,000 yuan a year, the report said.
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