As 2021 begins, the team at Maple Leaf Educational Systems is reflecting on the achievements of 2020.
MLES signed a collaboration agreement with the United Kingdom’s National Recognition Information Centre. UK NARIC assesses and benchmarks Maple Leaf’s World Schools Curriculum against A-Level and global curriculums to ensure MLES graduates are prepared for success no matter which country they choose for graduate and post-graduate study.
MLES donated 1 million RMB to 546 Dalian medical staff who supported Wuhan during the COVID-19 outbreak. Over 180 overseas foreign teachers taught online using Canvas, MLES’s online learning platform to ensure the impact of the pandemic on students was minimized.
The 25th anniversary ceremony celebration of MLES was held. Gold Medal CMLES Lifetime-Achievement Awards, and Maple Leaf Medal of Excellence and Honors were conferred upon individuals who have made great contributions to the continuing development of MLES.
MLES officially released its 6th Five-Year Plan, which lays out a plan for continued growth and innovation.Canadian International School Singapore joined the MLES organization.
MLES formally signed a memorandum of cooperation to open new schools in Nanjing by September 2022.
Ten new schools including Inner Mongolia Horinger International School and Tianjin Eco-City School began the new term smoothly despite COVID-19.
The 16th MLES China International Education Fair was held. A total of 110 institutions from 11 countries and regions participated in the roadshow held in Haikou, Chongqing, Wuhan, Xi’an, Dalian, Tianjin, Zhenjiang and Shanghai including 37 MLES Global Top 100 institutions.
MLES signed a cooperation agreement to relocate the Group’s headquarters to Shenzhen. MLES will open an elementary and middle school on the location in September 2022.
The 3rd Maple Leaf English Speech Contest finals were held in Chongqing. 42 finalists from elementary, middle and high school students, as well as staff and teachers participated.