The Nova Scotia High School Program at Beijing No. 25 High School is accredited by Nova Scotia Department of Education, Canada, and registered at the Beijing Education Commission, China.
The Program follows the high school curriculum of Nova Scotia. All the faculty are Nova Scotia certified high school instructors. Graduates are qualified to enter universities and colleges in Canada, US and Commonwealth countries for their postsecondary education. Chinese high school courses are provided at the same time, so that students can achieve both Canadian and Chinese high school diplomas.
The Program is located on the campus of Beijing No. 25 High School. Situated at the centre of Beijing downtown with 15 minutes walking distance to the Forbidden City and 5 minutes to Wangfujing Street, the No. 1 shopping zone in China. Established in 1864 by the American Congregational Church, Beijing No. 25 High School is a reputable public school with a heritage campus.