Harrow Beijing is a vibrant community affiliated with Harrow School in London and Harrow International Schools in Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Shanghai. It offers a British-based international education to students aged from 2 to 18 years. The school is known for its commitment to academic excellence and for the way each student is supported through personal tutoring.
Its mission statement of 'Leadership for a Better World' is supported through the skills students develop by studying its wide and varied curriculum and further evidenced through its co-curricular enrichment programs.
Currently, there are students from 26 different nationalities attending the school. Students from Harrow Beijing command places in the world's top universities, particularly in the UK and US.
Basic information Founding date:
for their city campus)
2 - 18
Grades offered: Early Years to Year 13
Curriculum: National Curriculum, IGCSE, A-level
Primary teaching language: English and Mandarin
Accredited by the Ministry of Education: Yes
Fees & student information
Tuition fees (2018-2019 Academic Year):
From 103,400 to 297,000RMB per academic year depending on different year groups.
Lunch fees: 6,600RMB
Number of students: No more than 1,000
Total area (in square meters):
Nationality of students: 26 nationalities
Average class size: 20 - 23 students per class
Average teacher/student ratio: 1:4 to 1:10 according to different age groups
Foreign passport holders accepted? Yes
Local Chinese students accepted? Yes
Hegezhuang Campus: 66,600; City Campus: 7,320
At the Hegezhuang Campus, in addition to the usual classroom facilities, there is a 20,000sqm library, a large multi-purpose theatre, two ‘black box’ drama areas and a music center with a recording studio. The sports facilities include a 25-meter swimming pool, a 2,220sqm gymnasium for sports such as badminton, volleyball, and basketball as well as a top-rope climbing wall. Outdoors, it has tennis courts as well as playing fields for football and rugby.
287 Hegezhuang Village, Cuigezhuang County, Chaoyang district (6444 8900; firstname.lastname@example.org