Recent educational research has revealed that the depth of a child's mastery of their native language often determines the depth of their cognitive ability. We are therefore committed to addressing the issues prevalent in many international schools, where a child's native language becomes a weak spot. Due to the complexity of learning Chinese, we have chosen to gradually increase the proportion of English instruction. In the lower grades of elementary school, the emphasis is on Chinese, to ensure students establish a solid foundation in their mother tongue. As students progress to upper elementary and middle school, the balance between Chinese and English instruction is adjusted to meet their evolving needs. By high school, students use English more extensively in their studies, equipping them with the competitive edge needed for the global stage.