Chinese Track students pass college-level proficiency test!

On Thursday morning Feb 18, nine fifth grade students and one fourth grade student received awards from Meiru Liu, Director of the Confucius Institute at Portland State University. All ten children are native English speakers who passed the Chinese government language proficiency test, HSK for its Chinese initials. The test is likened to the Test of English as a Foreign Language in the United States. It was designed and developed to assess the Chinese language proficiency of non-native speakers, and serves as a requirement to enter university in China as an undergraduate student and as a reference for hiring decisions in China!

Congratulations to the students for all your hard work and this terrific accomplishment! Thank you to the teachers!