Beijing Shuren Ribet Private School
|Beijing Shuren Ribet Private School|
Beijing Tongzhou District
Songzhuang Xiaopu South # 1
Beijing, China 101118
|Type||Private, day school, boarding school|
|Principal||Nancy Zhou (acting)|
|Faculty||7 faculty members from five different countries|
|Grades||Nursery to Grade 12|
Beijing Shuren Private School was founded in 1993 by Wang Jianchao, a former university professor.
For kindergarteners, tuition is 11800 RMB for boarding students, an additional 3500 RMB for weekday room & board, and 3300 RMB for meals, which is a total of 18600 RMB (per semester). For elementary school children, tuition is 28500 RMB for boarding students, an additional 4800 RMB for weekday room & board, and 4200 RMB RMB for meals, which is a total of 37500 RMB (per semester). For middle schoolers, tuition is 29500 RMB for boarding students, an additional 5000 RMB for weekday room & board, and 5000 RMB for meals, which is a total of 39500 RMB (per semester). For high schoolers(American high school), tuition is 64000 RMB RMB for boarding students, an additional 19000 RMB for Registration/Management Fees, 14000 RMB for Room & Board (Mon. – Fri.), 12000 RMB for meals, 5500 RMB for textbooks, 2000 RMB for incidental expenses, 1500 RMB for activity fee, 1500 RMB for uniform, which is a total of 119500 RMB (per year).
• Honors Diploma – 27-28 Credits If a student completes all BSRPS requirements, accumulates a minimum 3.50 Grade Point Average, and completes the portfolio requirement, and completes an additional science and social studies, art and humanities elective, he/she will receive an Honors Diploma.
• Advanced Diploma – 25-26 Credits A student may earn an Advanced Diploma by completing all BSRPS requirements including a portfolio, and maintaining a 3.0 GPA. An additional science and social studies, arts and humanities elective are required.
• Standard Diploma – 23-24 Credits If a student completes all of the BSRPS requirements and passes the proficiency tests, he/she will receive a Standard Diploma.
It is strongly recommended that students wishing to attend university in the U.S. take the Pre- Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) in their 10th grade year—probably during the spring or summer vacation. Additionally, 11th grade students should plan on taking the SAT or ACT during the autumn of their junior year.