In eight exhilarating days of sport Dulwich College Shanghai’s Senior students have won three major ACAMIS sports tournaments, taking on the best Schools in China and South East Asia. On Saturday, 24th October, the U18 Girls Volleyball Team won a titanic final against Suzhou Singapore School to win the first of the three titles. The team won all their games on Day two and three of the competition putting together a string of confident and determined displays. Team captain Andrea Chan and Year 11 student, Sophia Daenan, displaying some powerful and accurate outside hitting; both girls were named alongside Anne-Sophie Pierre in the All Star Team for the whole tournament.
Seven days later, again in Shanghai, the Girls Netball and Rugby Teams travelled to NAIS to compete for their respective ACAMIS titles. Eight schools including teams from Jeju, Korea and three Schools from Hong Kong travelled to make this a challenging and rigourous two days of sport. The girls were required to win six games over the two-day event while the boys had to put together a winning streak of eight games to secure victory. Team Captains Alex Todorov and the multi talented Andrea Chan, both Year 13 students, led their teams into battle. Both Captains were attending their 3rd ACAMIS tournaments representing the College. The girls Netball Team arrived as defending champions, determined to keep their title.
After two bruising days of competition, the two teams arrived simultaneously in their respective finals unbeaten; the boys facing NLCS Jeju for the second time and the girls facing Kellett from Hong Kong. Both teams went down early in their games with the boys conceding only their 4th try of the tournament and the girls caught napping as Kellett took a 5 point lead. Both teams rallied and worked tirelessly to regain the advantage, the boys finishing slightly earlier win a 19-7 victory and then heading straight to the Sports Hall for the dramatic and noisy end to the Netball game, that saw both teams celebrating together.
Overall, it was great centre court play and dominant performances in the circle at both ends that made the Netball team impossible to breakdown. In rugby, with both speed and power the forwards and backs of the Rugby Team combined perfectly to end the 10 a-side season with an unbeaten record having played 15 and won 15 games. The team finished the season with a record of 448 points for and 87 points against; Captain and 2nd Row Alex Todorov scoring 11 tries and making 38 conversions and winger John Hodge running in 12 tries in the season. Congratulations to all the students and staff involved in all three victories. It is unusual to win one ACAMIS title let alone three and we now look forward to the Senior Basketball and Football seasons and the prospect of further successes.
For more photographs and details please visit the sports website www.dulwichsport-shanghai.com
26th January 2016
A fantastic digital outcome created by Chien Chien Liu, Year 12 IB Visual Arts. The project was Art Remade and Chien Chien took direct inspiration from the work of Frida Kahlo.
9th December 2015
Frieda Lee, Year 11. This is the beautiful outcome of Frieda’s work, produced in the 10 hour Mock Examination. It features ink drawing, watercolor and paper cut.
10th November 2015
Alison Han, Year 8. Alison has created a beautiful mandala for her homework task! Well done Alison!
3rd November 2015
Ishita Aradhey, Year 13 IB Visual Arts. Digital manipulation of original photographs.
Well done Ishita! This work is outstanding!
20th October 2015
Daniel Rempel, Year 10 Graphics.
Created with digitized hand drawn signatures manipulated to create a self portrait.
8th October 2015
Kelly Luo, 7YS for her fantastic continuous line drawings of natural forms. Well done, Kelly!
Dulwich College Shanghai is extremely proud to announce that three students have recently been awarded with the “Top in China’ for their IGCSE results in individual subjects.
Kennedy Dozier earned her award for Drama, Lara Drewes achieved the highest mark for Foreign Language German, and Celine Cheung received the highest mark for Chinese as a Second Language. The awards are fitting recognition of their hard work and perseverance.
Winning these awards is no mean feat! In 2015, over 61,000 examination entries for Cambridge qualifications were made in mainland China. Just over 100 students were identified as winners.
These outstanding young women are pictured below: Kennedy Dozier, Lara Drewes and Celine Cheung.
Students attend their first choice university
Teachers are British
Different Nationalities are represented in our diverse student body
Fixtures played by our sports teams so far this academic year
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