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Shu Ren’s San Jose Campus is coming soon!

Shu Ren’s second campus is located in city of San Jose, Willow Glen area. We can’t wait to share our passion in IB and our love of the Mandarin language with the future global citizens! (PRNewswire 9/3/2021 Press Release)

Shu Ren Staff Lunar New Year Video

Happy year of the Ox! Shu Ren faculty and staff created a video to wish you a very happy Lunar New Year!

Celebrating the Lunar New Year

Our Pre-K children explored traditional Lunar New Year celebrations through a variety of learning activities!

The Zine Is Here!

This year Shu Ren student journalists are taking the Zine to the next level! Read the jam-packed first issue!

Student Council Slime Raffle Video

Shu Ren Student Council joined forces with school leaders to benefit the Alameda County Community Food Bank.

Announcing the Shu Ren 20-21 Student Council!

"Drum roll, please!” After half a month of heated campaign competitions, the election results are finally in!

Moon Festival Virtual Celebration

Moon Festival 中秋节 is one of the most celebrated Chinese holidays, symbolizing family and union.

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