|Guangzhou Nanfang International School|
Guangzhou Nanfang International School (GNIS; simplified Chinese :广州南方国际学校; traditional Chinese :廣州南方國際學校; pinyin :Guǎngzhōu Nánfāng Guójì Xuéxiào; lit. : 'Southern Guangzhou International School') is an international school on the property of the South Industrial Park, in Longdong area of Tianhe District, Guangzhou. The school serves ages 2.5 through 17, in early years through secondary levels.
The school admits non-Mainland Chinese foreign students. Mainland Chinese students are eligible to attend if they have permanent residency in a country outside of Mainland China.
The school opened in 2003 as the Guangzhou Nanhu International School"Guangzhou South Lake International School").
Originally it was located in Baiyun District.In 2008 it moved into a facility in central Tianhe, located in The Greenery . In 2014 the school moved into its current campus in Longdong and changed its name to its current one.
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