Wuhan Yangtze International School (WYIS) is a well-established international school for expat children. Estabished in 2003, WYIS holds accreditation for grades Pre-K through 12. WYIS is committed to providing a transformative, holistic, K12 education to develop globally minded individuals who learn, love, and lead. The WYIS vision is "World-class servant leaders raised up in every vocation." The school uses a North American curriculum with English as the main language of instruction.
WYIS was accredited by a world-renowned institution (Cognia) in 2008, which ensures that students' performance and status are recognized by school management agencies and institutions of higher learning around the world. At the same time, the school is a member of the East Asian Association of Overseas Schools (EARCOS) and the Association of China-Mongolia International Schools (ACAMIS), and a partner of the American College Board (College Board). WYIS is an official SAT testing center and well prepares its students for university life by offering the SAT, PSAT, ACT and AP exams (official test sites).
The school currently has 256 students from 25 different countries and regions around the world. WYIS has 95 teaching staff, including 45 foreign expats. For more than 10 years, the school has served more than 1,000 students. WYIS high school graduates have been accepted universities around the world such as the University of Pennsylvania, Southern California, and many others.
WYIS also offers courses in Chinese and Chinese culture to help its students embrace and better understand their host country. At the same time, the school encourages students to actively participate in various competitions and activities as part of the International Schools Consortium.