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2017 Multicultural Camp

2017 Multicultural Summer Experience Are you an incoming 5th through 12th grade student? If so, join us for 1 week of cultural immersion and fun with friends from China! • Chinese culture and Chinese language immersion • Volunteer hours/certificate awarded for participation • Multicultural collaboration and lifelong friendships • Gain leadership experience • Great resume …

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IPERC Camp Introduction

IPERC Camp Introduction IPERC aims to provide opportunities for US and Chinese students and families to immerse themselves in a different culture, and share their sense of arts, technology and academic understanding, and personal experience with the next generation of leaders. Our Goals are to Promote exchange & friendship between young students of China and …

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OSU Professors Give Speech at IPERC Partner School in Beijing

OSU professors give speech at IPERC membership school in Beijing

OSU Professors Give Speech at IPERC Partner School in Beijing On October 1, 2013, professors from The Ohio State University visited one of the IPERC partner schools – Beijing New Bridge Foreign Language High School. They observed students in the international class of New Bridge High School and exchanged information about U.S. and Chinese education. …

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Pudong, Shanghai and Gahanna, Ohio Collaboration


Pudong, Shanghai and Gahanna, Ohio Collaboration On July 9, 2013, Mr. Francis R. Scruci, the superintendent of the Gahanna-Jefferson School District, signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA). The MOA aims to develop extensive cooperation between the Gahanna-Jefferson School District and Pudong School District. Both parties plan to exchange views on education management, shared challenges, current …

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The U.S. Faculty and Students Visit China


The U.S. Faculty and Students Visit China In August 2013, teachers and students from Gahanna Lincoln High School and Worthington Christian Schools visited cities in China including Shanghai, Hefei, and Beijing. They connected with Chinese students and families and visited a variety of places of interest in China during the “summer camp.” The students came …

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