Media and Performing Art Media and Performing Art

Media and Performing Art

Media and Performing Art

ISA has developed a multi-dimensional curriculum using the IB classroom for the Chinese art examinations, with a special focus on media and under the guidance of the latest curriculum standards. The study method takes the form of "General College Entrance Examination + Art College Entrance Examination". We also emphasise the teaching of foreign languages and the development of artistic qualities, helping students to create and publish their own artworks and laying the foundations for retaining an international export orientation.

Education Features

Bilingual or multilingual education, tailor-made timetable.

Management Features

Class-based teaching, a large number of one-to-one courses
"Home and school as one big family, "Three-Three Quality Conference

Enrolment Plan

Target group: Middle school graduates who are interested in art
Classes offered: Art course(3 years of high school study)
Enrolment plan: 1 class (24 students)

Curriculum Design

General Curriculum
  • Language
  • Mathematics
  • English/Japanese
  • Politics
  • History
  • Geography
  • Biology
  • Music
  • Art
Ancillary courses
  • Calligraphy
  • Tea Ar
  • Swimming
  • Golf
  • Equestrian
  • Fencing
  • Dance
  • Musical Instruments and nearly 100 other aesthetic courses
Specialised courses
  • Broadcasting and Hosting
  • Radio and Television Choreography
  • Acting
  • Costume Show

Advantages of media-related majors

The advantages for the undergraduate studies.

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Wide range of employment options

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Two college application opportunities

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Advantages of media-related majors

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Universities that can be applied for

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Media-related majors are easier to learn

  • The courses are interesting and practical
  • No requirements for appearance
  • No requirement for regular grades