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Local High Schoolsh

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Local High Schoolsh

Postby kaipakati » 20 Jan 2011, 12:24

My daughter went to local elementary school, then did two years of middle school before home-schooling for a year in preparation for returning to English system for high school. Long story short, she decided that she would prefer to return to the local system and complete her schooling in Chinese.
Now I'm looking for info on high schools that might be suitable. Particularly, high schools that have special sports programs, or may be easier for her to get into, or more supportive of her less than stellar ability in written Chinese.. She hasn't completed third year middle school so hasn't done her high school entrance test. Any info on ways around this? Any suggestions on where we can get info?
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