A Place Where Chinese and Western Cultures Coexist & Provide Students with Classroom Study and Campus-based Growth

The school has a "two axes, four areas" layout. Along the east-west axis and the north-south axis, the corridor connecting internal and external, and the dynamic overhead layer, it puts different functional areas into a relatively independent but interrelated space. Four areas, namely, teaching area, living area, sports area and public space, are designed to meet the students' needs for learning, communication, sports and leisure.

By drawing on the layout of traditional Chinese courtyards, the school has translated the elegant buildings, diversified spaces and landscape areas into a varied spatial form featuring picturesque disorder. Radiant with vitality by virtue of drawing on tradition and innovation, the school provides the best learning environment for students.

The functional areas consist mainly of:
Teaching area: kindergarten area, junior school teaching area, senior school teaching area, science building, arts building
Living area: junior school house area, senior school house area, staff residence building
Sports area: sports center, hockey field, tennis court, indoor and outdoor basketball court, 50m heated swimming pool, gym, and table tennis place
Public space: Chinese culture center, library, auditorium

Inheriting Chinese Culture and Shaping Chinese Soul

The Chinese Cultural Center covers an area of over 1800m² and is divided into two floors. Modeled on Suzhou classical garden architecture, it is the image of traditional Chinese academy perfectly reproduced.

With an exterior evocative of tradition and an interior to inherit its charm, the Center is committed to spreading Chinese culture and has many venues of Sinology.

The Center offers a series of courses, including Chinese classics, traditional art, and folk culture, covering etiquette, customs, calligraphy, paper cutting, traditional Chinese painting, go, folk music, and tea art. It has planned to roll out famous intangible cultural heritage courses in Fujian, such as lantern painting, Wing Chun, wood painting, and marionette. So far, many cultural courses have been launched and become an important part of the school’s ECA curriculum, allowing students to choose different courses appealing to them and study at the Center.

Chinese Culture Center

Senior School Canteen

KG Classroom

KG Visual Art Area

Swimming Pool


Sports Hall

Rugby Pitch