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Hangzhou World Foreign Language School

Hangzhou World Foreign Language School

66 Muge Road, Banshan Street, Gongshu District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310000, China

+86 189 5814 3128



Hangzhou World Foreign Language School
School type Co-educational Boarding
Founded 2018
Status Private
Head of School Cen Xiaohua
Language of Instruction English, Chinese
Co-ed Age Range 13-18 years
Number of pupils 42
Boarding fees per annum RMB130,000
Authorised IB Programmes IBDP
Diploma Coordinator Wang Yanzhen
Associations IB

Hangzhou World Foreign Language School (HZWFLS) is the second school established by Shanghai World Foreign Language Education Group (WFL Education) after the Shanghai branch to provide the complete IB curriculum in China. The school features three departments, namely, the Bilingual Junior Department, the Integrated Curriculum Junior Department and the International Senior Department of IBDP. To aim to cultivate "a young Chinese with a modern and global view", the school strives to explore and practice quality education to seek and develop the compassion, elegance, and forthright within the students. By Participation and Practice (P&P) in Cooperation and Creativity (C&C), the students' learner autonomy is augmented, potentials developed, abilities in collaboration fostered, and creativity nurtured.

The IBDP of HZWFLS was established in 2019 and was officially authorized by IBO in 2021 to become the first IBDP school in Hangzhou.

Located beside the Banshan National Forest Park, the school lies in the embrace of mountains and streams. With the soothing sceneries of nature, the campus is a perfect venue for students to pursue their academic success.

The school offers an IBDP course, which aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

The curriculum system consists of six subject groups, which together focus on the three core courses. Through approaches to teaching and learning, the courses train students to become independent thinkers, lifelong learners, well-grounded generalists, and participants in global contexts.

The course has no geographical restrictions and is recognized by all mainstream universities in the world. There is a wide range of universities to choose from, which can avoid the impact of changes in visa policies of various countries to the greatest extent.

All teaching faculty members of HZWFLS are certified by IBO, including established teachers with ample teaching experience as well as excellent Master's graduates commanding cutting-edge knowledge of their respective subjects. Currently, HZWFLS adopts small class teaching that our overall teacher-student ratio is around 1:2, the ratio will not exceed 1:5 in five years.