Wuxi Vocational College of Science and Technology in Xinwu district, Wuxi, Jiangsu province was certified to build an academy.
Students and teachers are no longer required to wear masks on campuses, the latest COVID-19 epidemic control plans for schools and universities said on Monday.
Three new school buildings in Xinwu district, Wuxi were put into use on Feb 14.
Meicun Erhu Culture Park, located in Xinwu district, was included in the second batch of Wuxi intangible cultural heritage demonstration bases, according to a recent announcement by the Wuxi bureau of culture, radio, television and tourism.
Wuxi National Hi-tech District launched a new public school offering nine years of education on Feb 11.
A branch school of Jiangsu Meicun Senior High School will be built in the Shuofang subdistrict of Wuxi's Xinwu district, according to a new plan released recently.
A new kindergarten will be built in the Shuofang sub-district of Wuxi National Hi-tech District, according to the local natural resources and planning bureau on Aug 3.
SK Hynix Wuxi Foreign Language Primary School, a new school in Xinwu district, Wuxi, will open to students this autumn, according to an announcement at a launch ceremony on Jan 20.
The Overseas Chinese Academy of Chiway Wuxi is located in Wuxi National Hi-tech district.
Wuxi Boston International School was built with a local government investment of 350 million RMB. The school opened its doors in the 2017-2018 school year, and enrolls students aged between 18 months to 18 years old (pre-kindergarten to grade 12). The school has been endorsed by St Joseph High School of Connecticut, USA, which is committed to sharing its educational resources and creating a world-class international education system in partnership with the school.
Located in Wuxi Xinwu district, EtonHouse International School caters to the educational needs of the expatriate community. It commenced operations in February 2008 with classes ranging from pre-school, primary and to middle school. It was officially opened by the Singapore Minister of State for Trade and Industry, Mr Lee Yi Shyan, in April 2008.