Boren School is a school with diverse cultures. The students come from different countries. This enables me to come into contact with more than one language in school life, and at the same time to understand the respective cultures from other countries. My friends would often introduce me to the local food and their former school life during our conversation. Moreover, the diversity of cultures and languages has expanded my mind, allowing me to think beyond the surface of problems and consider both of its pros and cons.
G11 Aileen Chen
Boren Sino-Canadian School was established as an overseas Ontario School in China. International students from more than 20 countries and regions attend the school and are provided with an Ontario Education Number (OEN) when registered in the O.S.S.D. program. Graduating students, who meet the requirements, may be granted both the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and Chinese Senior Secondary School Diploma. The OSSD is recognized by universities around the world. In 2003, Boren Sino-Canadian was awarded the title of “Top Ten Private School in Guangdong Province.” Every year, the school is inspected by the Ministry of Education of Ontario. The school strives to maintain high standards of excellence and deliver high quality education programs.
We are now seeking dedicated subject teachers for August 2021-22.
We offer competitive salary and benefits including accomodations, on-campus meals, medical and accidental insurance, travel allowance, and transportation.
1. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree.
2. A recognized teaching qualification or equivalent.
3. Teaching experience is preferable.
4. Full proficiency in the English language
5. Have excellent interpersonal skills to build strong relationships with students, colleagues and parents.
All candidates should send a letter of application with a detailed CV with photo, relevant certifications to: email@example.com