Capistrano Valley Christian Schools Embraces Global and Cultural Approach to Education

Capistrano Valley Christian Schools Embraces Global and Cultural Approach to Education

Through a partnership with US China Business Institute (UCBI) in Pasadena, CA, CVCS is in the process of developing a Sister School Program with Meicheng International Education and Exchange Program. This program is aimed at building up a platform of international education and exchange for students and education professionals between USA and China through a long term partnership with education Institutes and schools with the support of the Chinese government education agencies and other organizations.  

On January 17, 2013, Capistrano Valley Christian Schools hosted seven members from the Meicheng International High School (MIH) Principal delegation from four of the MIH schools.  This group is from the Anhui Province in China and is comprised of two Deputy Education Directors, three Deputy Principals, one Principal and one Deputy Mayor.  These four high schools are ranked the number one or number two high schools in their cities.

The purpose of this Sister School Program is to provide opportunities for students and teachers to be involved in a global and cultural approach to education.  Through this cultural exchange program, CVCS students, parents and teachers can experience education in other countries and allow these international schools to experience our academic program which includes a Biblical worldview.  Capistrano Valley Christian Schools is committed to expanding its approach to education and ministry, giving students, parents and teachers the opportunity to participate in educational systems across the globe, including China, Russia, Costa Rica and soon South Africa.  

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