Thursday, October 2, 2008

Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School

Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School , or CLSMSS in short, is a secondary school in Yuen Long, Hong Kong. It was founded in 1979. It is a Band 1 school and is one of the 14 Government schools approved for using English as the medium of instruction for all levels.

The school's mission is to provide students with a balanced education aimed at excellence in moral, intellectual, physical, interpersonal and aesthetic development and at fulfillment of the school motto - Wisdom, Virtue, Honesty and Progress, whereby they can achieve self-actualization in all respects throughout their lives and as leaders of tomorrow.

Class System

The school has approximately 200 students in each year from S1 to S5 and 60 students in S6 and S7. Students are divided into 5 classes A, B, C, D, E according to their academic performance, with A and B being the better classes. Remedial lessons are also arranged to give support to students of lower ability.

Medium of Instruction

Except Chinese subjects, cultural subjects and Civic Education and Liberal Studies, English is used in learning and teaching in all subjects.

School Song

Chinese lyrics: 韓黃婉雙

English lyrics:

House System

Students are divided into four houses, regardless of what class they are in. The houses are Wisdom, Virtue, Honesty, and Progress.
Houses compete against each other in Swimming Gala and Athletics Meet.

House Color

Wisdom - Red

Virtue - Yellow

Honesty - Blue

Progress - Green

Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Secondary School

Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Secondary School is a middle school in Hong Kong. It was established in 1970 by the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong; Christ the King Church was an affiliated body until 1 September, 1999, imbursed by the Government of Hong Kong.

The school is situated on Fuk Wing Street, Cheung Sha Wan. The language of conduction in classes is English. From Form 1 to Form 5, only boys can be admitted according to the traditional policy of admission; however, co-education is introduced at the level of matriculation .


The school excels at both academic and extracurricular areas. Being well known in sport area, the school has consecutively acquired the championship of boys' overall grades in Catholic Diocesan Secondary Schools Joint Athletics Meet 15 times and has also made bonds between prestigious schools such as King George V school.

Examination of 25 Laps

Every student, even the form-one new comers, has to take part in the examination of running 25 laps around the campus. This enables students to have a healthy life and also raise their interest in sports. Perhaps it is the underlying reason for the success of its cross-country team.

Cheung Chuk Shan College

Cheung Chuk Shan College is a Hong Kong aided co-educational secondary school founded in 1969 by a group of philanthropists of the Five Districts Business Welfare Association . The school is named after Mr. Cheung Chuk Shan.

The school is located at 11 Cloud View Road, North Point of the of Hong Kong.

School Motto

Competent , Conscientious , Studious , Creative .


Cheung Chuk Shan College was founded in 1969 as an aided and co-educational school by a group of philanthropists of the Five Districts Business Welfare Association to provide education for the less privileged children in Hong Kong in memory of the father of Messrs. Cheung Yok Luen and Yuk Leung.

The School commenced its operation on 10 September 1969. Its inauguration ceremony was officiated by , the then Governor of Hong Kong, on 6 October 1970. At the beginning, only twelve classes from Form 1 to Form 3 were run, a total of 445 students. In September 1971, there were 22 classes, including two Form 5 Arts and Science classes, which first sat for the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination in May 1972. Subsequently, two Form 6 Arts and Science classes were opened with its first batch of students participating in the University of Hong Kong Matriculation Examination in April 1974. The School then became a secondary school with 29 classes and an enrolment of approximately 1,100 students.

Up to the late 1990s, more emphasis was put on academic performance over extracurricular activities. Several different teams responsible for the activities were set up to promote social awareness, cultivate positive behaviour and advocate whole person development. For example, funded by the Quality Education Fund, the Sunflower Scheme was initiated by the school in 1996 to encourage students to join more activities and strike a balance among the five aspects of whole-person education, i.e. moral 德, intellectual 智, physical 體, social 群 and aesthetic 美.

After the , the school was formally approved by the then Education Department on 1 December 1997 to continue using English as the medium of instruction in September 1998 and beyond, along with some other 100 secondary schools. Currently, under the 3-banding secondary education system, the school is one of the first band secondary school, and is famous for good performance in Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination and Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination.

Class Structure

Currently, the school is co-educational and has five classes from Form 1 to Form 3, each form consisting of 200 students; five classes in Form 4 to 5, each form consisting 200 students having 2 science classes and 3 arts classes; two classes in Form 6 and 7, each form consisting 60 students having 1 science class and 1 arts class.


Since establishment, the school has been an English as School. Currently, except Chinese-related subjects, all other subjects are taught in .

Currently, the school offers the following academic subjects: English language , Chinese language , Mathematics subjects , Putonghua, Computer Literacy, Computer and Information technology, Integrated Science , Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Chinese literature, Chinese history, Commerce, Geography, History, Economics and Public Affairs and Principle of Accounts.

In addition, the college also provides Design Fundamentals, Home Economics, Music, Physical Education and Life Education for lower form students.


The campus is a 7-floor building, with a library, four laboratories for natural science subjects, classrooms for Music, Geography, Visual Art and Home Economics, a canteen with a covered playground nearby, and a basketball court. In 2000, the activity rooms at the ground floor were founded for holding internal extracurricular activities. In the same year, funded by the Quality Education Fund of the Hong Kong government, the language laboratory was transformed into a multimedia learning centre. Further changes are to be made for the school's hall, like the installation of an air-conditioning system.

School Management Committee

Honorary Supervisor:
Mrs. Irene Y.L. Cheung, MBE, JP

Mr. K.T. Chan

School Managers:
Mr. Y.L. Cheung
Dr. W. Cheung
Mr. Michael H.C. Tang
Mr. S.L. Chu
Mr. S.C. Leung, JP
Mr. Y.Y. Chow
Mr. W. Au Yeung
Mr. H.K. Chan, JP

Teaching Staff

Among the 57 teaching staff members, 55 are graduates of whom 16 are holders of a Master’s degree and 2 are graduates of Colleges of Education. 96.5% of the teachers have already received professional training. The IT competencies of our teachers were 100% BIT, 80.7% IIT, 29.8% UIT and 3.5% AIT.

School Organization


School Song

Music and lyrics of the school song were written by NG Pong-wai, Brenda, a former student of the school

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Carmel Pak U Secondary School

Carmel Pak U Secondary School is a Christian fundamentalism co-educational secondary school in Tai Po, Hong Kong.

School Mission

Carmel Pak U Secondary School is founded on the Christian Faith with the aim of providing whole-person education which caters to the moral, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic and spiritual development of the students.

School Features

School Management

In light of the four basic areas of growth of Jesus Christ stated in Luke 2:52 in the Bible, four committees, namely, Academic Affairs Committee, Discipline and Moral Education Committee, Religious Activities Committee, and Extra-Curricular Activities Committee, are formed to take care of the development of students in these four areas. Additionally, a committee named Guidance and Award Scheme Committee is formed to guide the students to have a balanced growth in those four areas and to acknowledge their attainments through the Award Scheme.

Modern Facilities

In order to provide a better learning environment, modern facilities are well-equipped in each classroom and special room. There are 8 devices and 1 screen in every room, including the LCD projector, visualizer, overhead projector, DVD player, videocassette recorder, tape recorder, wireless PA system, air-conditioner and the screen. Computers, clocker and thermometers are also installed in each room in recent years. In addition, cable/wireless broadband network is connected and more than 345 computers are installed throughout the campus. In Year 2007-2008, free telephone-dialing services are set in each floor for the convenience of students to contact their relatives.

School Ethos & Support to Students

The school set high standards for student discipline. Through clear regulations and strict enforcement, the school cultivate in students a self-disciplined and law-abiding spirit. There are Prefect Team and Community Youth Club guiding students to care about the country and serve the community. Over the years, many of students the school were selected as Outstanding CYC Members and were granted study trips to Singapore, Vancouver, Beijing, Xian, Dalian, etc. The school also promote positive views of life to students through talks, workshops, camps, and individual counselling. Student Counsellor Scheme, in which senior students help junior students, creates a caring and loving campus ethos. Teachers in the school love to share their Christian faith and help students with their personal problems. Students in the school are highly praised for their decent behaviours and good attitudes. Some distinguished ones have been named Grantham Scholars, HKSAR Outstanding Students, NT Outstanding Student, Tai Po Outstanding Students, etc.

Class Structures and Admission

Admitted to the school are all Band 1 students. In HKCEE 2007, 98.1% of students in the school got five passes or above; and 99.5%, 100%, and 97.6% passed in Chinese, English, and Mathematics, respectively. Moreover, 17.5% of students in the school had scored Level 5* in Chinese, which is the highest percentage among Hong Kong secondary schools in HKCEE 2007. Over the years, many have even scored 7 or 8 distinctions in the HKCEE and 4 or 5 distinctions in HKALE. The school is among the few schools that have three F.6 classes. All of the F.6 places are filled up by the own graduates of the school. Last year, 95.5% of our F.7 graduates were admitted to universities through JUPAS, while 3 F.6 students were admitted through Early Admission Scheme.

Junior Forms

Students Places

* F.1 admission places: 200
* 5 class in each form
* about 40 students at 1 class

Subjects Offered

* Biblical Knowledge
* Chinese Language
* English Language
* Mathematics
* Integrated Science
* Liberal Studies
* Computer Literacy
* Putonghua
* Chinese History
* Economics & Public Affairs
* Geography
* History
* Design & Technology
* Home Economics
* Visual Arts
* Music
* Physical Education

Certificate Level

Subjects Offered

* Biblical Knowledge
* Chinese Language
* English Language
* Mathematics
* Music
* Physical Education

Subjects Offered

* Chinese Literature
* Chinese History
* History
* Geography
* Additional Mathematics
* Physics
* Chemistry
* Biology
* Computer & Information Technology
* Economics

Advanced Level

Subject Offered

* Biblical Knowledge
* AS Chinese Language & Culture
* AS Use of English
* Music
* Physical Education

Subject Offered

* AL Chinese Literature
* AL Chinese History
* AL History
* AL Geography
* AL Pure Mathematics
* AL Physics
* AL Chemistry
* AL Biology
* AL Economics

Subject Offered

* AS Mathematics & Statistics
* AS Computer Application

Students Organizations


3rd Award in Intel ISEF 2007, 2nd Award in National Youth Technology Innovation Competition. Champions under our name include Inter-school Debating Competition, SCOLAR Debating Competition for Junior Secondary Students, HK Student Science Project Competition, HK Chemistry Olympiad, HK Biology Olympiad, Inter-school Eco Itinerary Design Competition, and many more. Runners-up include HK Inter-school Quiz Competition, Discover Hong Kong Quiz, HSBC Hong Kong Schools IT Festival, etc. Besides, many Outstanding Student Environmental Protection Ambassadors were granted study trips to England, Singapore, Thailand, etc. The students in the school have also represented HK to compete in USA, Beijing, Shanghai and Macau, etc and won many awards.

Prizes won in inter-school music, speech, and drama competitions are numerous, including Director of Education Trophy, Most Outstanding NT Secondary Choir, Best NT Secondary Mixed Voice Choir, Best NT Secondary Boys Choir, Best NT Secondary Girls Choir, and Best NT Secondary Junior Choir. The Chinese Orchestra, Handbell Choir, and Drama Club in the school have all been ranked the first among Hong Kong schools. The sports teams in the school have not only won prizes in Hong Kong, some of their outstanding members also represented Hong Kong to compete overseas.

Academic Affairs Committee


* Chinese Society
* English Society
* Mathematics Society
* Science Society
* Computer Society
* History Society
* Social Science Society

School Team

* Mathematics Team
* Chinese Debate Team
* General QA Team
* Putonghua Team

Students Services Team

* Students Librarian
* Book-packing Group
* Environmental Ambassador

Interest Group

* Putonghua Interest Group
* Electronic Models Class
* Astronomy Interest Group

Discipline and Moral Education Committee

Voluntary Services

* Community Youth Club

Students Services Team

* Prefect

Religious Activities Committee


* Gospel Fortnight
* Christian Fellowship


* Gospel Team

Extra-Curricular Activities Committee

Guidance and Award Scheme Committee

Famous Alumni

* Dr. Yuen Man Fung

School Themes

* 07-08: Integrity builds up our lives
* 06-07: Treasure your precious life and meaningfully live an abundant life
* 05-06: Firmly build up wholesome convictions, strenuously counteract crooked waves
* 04-05: Build up wholesome convictions, counteract crooked waves
* 03-04: Our sliver jubilee shines with God's grace, together we persist with whole-person education
* 02-03: 慎思明辨 誠實正直
* 01-02: 良善忠心

Carmel Alison Lam Foundation Secondary School

Carmel Alison Lam Foundation Secondary School is a secondary school in Hong Kong established in 1982.

School Management Committee

The School Management Committee is the top management of a subsidized secondary school. It is of key importance to the school. The members of this School Management Committee are all multi-disciplined professionals with years of social experience. They are familiar with the education system in Hong Kong. Having a vision in education, they possess enthusiasm and devotion to run a school.

School Mission

As a Christian secondary school, this school aim
at providing whole-person education to their
students. In addition to striving for academic
excellence, this school help their students to learn about
God, and to promote a positive outlook on life
and a sound value system. In facilitating their
students to exert their full potentialities, school
encourage them to learn actively, think and discern with prudence, develop self-discipline,
responsibility, a sense of commitment; Also,this school want them to be able to respect their teachers
and love their friends, be filial to their parents, be caring to society and country;
and motivate them to demonstrate the spirit of faithfulness to the Lord and service to
mankind, as well as unleash their potential.

Staff and Students

The school consists about 1200 students from 30 classes and 70 staff at the year of 2007/2008.


A Reading Award Scheme is launched to
establish a reading culture among students,
with the aim of enhancing students’ language
proficiency and their ability to learn and learn

Starting from the academic year 2004-05,
online learning through the eClass platform is
introduced to our school. An individual
account is allocated to every teacher and student, so that students can continue their
online learning after school and during holidays. Through the platform, teachers and
students can carry out online discussions as well as obtain the latest information.

In 1992, This school introduced a new subject “ASL Liberal Studies” to school-based
curriculum. Their students have received outstanding results in the subject in public
examinations over the years.
In the 2004 Advanced Level Examinations, their students
have even achieved a 100% passing rate in Liberal Studies. In addition, this school students have
won many awards in various research project competitions organized by universities.

Beginning from 2005, they introduced Liberal Studies to our Form One curriculum, so that
students would be familiarized with this compulsory subject that will be implemented
under the new academic structure. Liberal Studies equips students to understand today’s
social, national and global issues. It also helps students to construct knowledge, develop
their own standpoints and critical thinking skills. In line with the Liberal Studies
Curriculum, they have introduced Project Learning to their students. Students are assigned a
topic or a question.
Based on the topic or question, they have to collect and organize
information, investigate and analyze the question from different perspectives, draw
conclusions and present their project outcomes in various formats. Through the process
of Project Learning, they aim at teaching our students to learn how to learn and helping
them to develop multi-generic skills, such as critical thinking skills, creativity,
collaboration skills, etc.

Academic and Extracurricular Performances

In the past three years, thirteen
subjects obtained 90% or above passing
rate in the HKCE and HKAL
examinations , 80% in ten other subjects,
and the distinction and credit rate of 16
subjects has been above the average rate in
Hong Kong.
In respect of extra-curricular performances, this school students have won a number
of awards in the following competitions:
*Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival and Music Festival
*Hong Kong Multiple Intelligence Competition
*Hong Kong New Generation IQ Contest
*Statistical Project Competition for Secondary School Students,
*Hong Kong Schools Drama Festival,

*Chinese-chess and Go Competition,
*various international and districts sand sculpturing competitions,
*New Territories and Kwai Tsing district competitions:
*All Hong Kong Schools and Asian bowling and competition,
*Hong Kong Reading Carnival Booth Design Competition

School Facilities

*26 Standard classroom
*One School Hall
*3 Teching Staff Room
*Washroom include all the floor
*3 computer Room
*4 Laboratory
**Integrated Science Laboratory
**Chemical Laboratory
**Physical Laboratory
**Biology Laboratory
**Prepare Room
*Boys and Girls changing room
*DesignAnd TechnologyRoom
*Home EconomicsRoom
**NeedleWork Room
*GeographyRoom and Self Learning Centre
*4 Basketball Court
*1 Integrated Sport space
*1 indoor Playground
*Garden Place
*Artand DesignRoom
**include onemultimedia Art and Design Centre
*multimedia Teaching materials Room
*1 Gymnasium Room
* Corner

School Campus Area include wireless Internet Service.

School Song

CNEC Lee I Yao Memorial Secondary School

CNEC Lee I Yao Memorial Secondary School is an aided Chinese medium of instruction school. LIY was founded in 1981 upon the principles of Christian evangelicalism. Its sponsoring body is the Christian Nationals Evangelical Commission .

LIY is located in Kwai Shing, within the larger industrial district of Kwai Chung, famous for its busy container terminal.

CNEC Christian College

CNEC Christian College is a subsidised Medium of Instruction school founded in 1973. It is a Christian school.

School vision and mission

* To provide holistic education
* To nurture people of excellence
* To promulgate the Truth and lead students to abundant life


The school, with a floor area 100,000 square feet , comprises three teaching blocks with lift tower installed, a hall, two covered playgrounds, two basketball courts, four volleyball courts, two gardens and a six-lane running track.


CNECCC is considered a pretigious school in the district, and also gained overwhelming fame by winning most major Quiz competitions these recent years. Not without its good performance in extra-curricular activities, but also its excellent performance in public exams have been favorable to the enrolment. Over the recent years, the number of application to S1 place of CNECCC has been being top 3 in Hong Kong, follows St. Paul Co. ed. and sometimes Queen's College.

Quiz Team

CNEC Christian College has long been famous for its Quiz Team which has been joining every major quiz competition in Hong Kong since the 80's. According to unofficial sources, over 75% of prizes of the college were won by the Quiz Team.

The incumbent heads of the team are Mr. Ng Kar-Ho and Mr. Cheng Chi-Shing.

Public Exams

CNECCC does exceedingly well in the field of Mathemathics and Chemistry. For many years has CNECCC had 100% percentage of credit of Pure Mathematics. Few years ago, 9 out of 20 students got an A in Pure Mathematics .

The percentage of distinction of Pure Mathematics in 2007 was 22.22%, while it was 15.38% in Queen's College. The percentage of credit of Pure Mathematics at the same year was 94.4%, while it was 73.08% in Queen's College.

CCC Yenching College

The Church of Christ in China Yenching College , or CCC Yenching College, Yenching College in short is a co-education secondary school in Nga Ying Chau of Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong. The school is manage by The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China.

The secondary school was founded by alumni and teaching staff from Yenching University in Peking after the school was forced to incorporate in Peking University by Communist Party of China in 1952. The founders hoped that the school would restore to the university someday.

In 1977 they reused an old building of South Sok Uk Government Primary School and established a secondary school in So Uk Estate. They named it Yenching College. In September 2000, it was moved to current premises in Nga Ying Chau, adjacent to Villa Esplanada. The old campus was passed to Vocational Training Council School of Business and Information Systems , namely nowadays Vocational Training Council Youth College .

CCC Heep Woh College

The Church of Christ in China Heep Woh College , or CCC Heep Woh College, Heep Woh College is a secondary school in Tsz Wan Shan of Hong Kong. Located at Po Kong Village Road, the college is a standard grammar school founded by The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China. The school is with 29 classes for around 1200 youths aged from 11 to 20. The intake of student is a majority of Band 1. English has been adopted to be the medium of instruction for most subjects. At present, the College has 57 teachers. All of them have obtained masters or bachelors degrees or a Certificate of Education.


The origin of Heep Woh College can be traced back to 1911 when Mrs. Lear Biglow set up Heep Woh Kindergarten in Guangzhou. The present school premises commenced operation in 1970 with a view to providing secondary school education to teenagers.

Campus and Facilities

The 6-storey main building of the College has won an architectural design award. There are 26 standard classrooms, 13 special rooms, a school library and other multi-purpose rooms. From September 2005, a new wing had been built for school development.

School Organization

Under the guidance of the Board of Directors, the School Management Committee was set up in 1998 to supervise school operation and set targets and priorities of school development.

The Student Association, the Parent-Teacher Association and the Alumni Association are autonomous bodies but work closely with the College to get the students, parents and graduates involved in school operation.

Buddhist Yip Kei Nam Memorial College

Buddhist Yip Kei Nam Memorial College is the first secondary school on the Tsing Yi Island in the New Territories of Hong Kong. Located in Cheung Ching Estate, the school was founded by Hong Kong Buddhist Association in September, 1978 with buildings from Hong Kong Government and funds from Yip Hon , a tycoon in Hong Kong and Macau. The school was named after Yip Hon's father, Yip Kei Nam .

The school is in adjacent to Father Cucchiara Memorial School, Cheung Chi Cheong Memorial Primary School and Ching Yeung House in Cheung Ching Estate.

Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School

Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School is a secondary school in Hong Kong. It was established in 1978 by the Hong Kong Baptist Convention. Situated in the new town Sha Tin of Hong Kong, the school is a co-educational grammar school offering education at the first to seventh form levels education in Hong Kong. is the major medium of instruction whereas are used for subjects like Chinese History, Chinese Literature etc., and is also taught.

School ethos

Under the Hong Kong Baptist Convention, the school was founded by the Lui Ming Choi Foundation. It is one of the five secondary schools operating under the supervision of the Convention. The School’s motto is "明道致知" in Chinese , derived from the idea of Zhu Xi, a Confucianist in Song Dynasty and incorporated this into Christian belief, which means ''understanding God’s teachings to become wise and intellectual''. This concludes the expectation for its graduates. The school aims at enhancing student's virtue , wisdom , physique , fellowship , aesthetics and spirituality . The Christian-styled education of the school is reflected in the quote from the Bible displayed at the main entrance of the campus. It says: ''The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.'' .

Though the School holds the spread of the Gospel to be one of its missions, the atmosphere is relatively open and , not only in the religious aspect, but also the socio-political. Till to date, the School and its Student Union hold memorial service and activities concerning the and June Fourth Movement which happened in mainland China, 1989.


Situated at the bank of Shing Mun River, the campus development is restrained. Nonetheless, the school extended the new wing in 1999 and undertook renovation and classroom reshuffle in order to facilitate the setting up of its multimedia laboratory and language laboratory. In the construction plan, a roof garden was included. The building of garden expanded the very limited space in where casual activities or even relaxation for students and staff could be taken place. Apart from classrooms and congregation hall, the school equips with science laboratories, playgrounds, rooms for various kinds of art, language and multimedia facilities for modern education. The school applied to Education Bureau in 2007 for a new campus site reserved under the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation Tai Wai Maintenance Centre Property Development Project, but lost to Shatin Tsung Tsin Secondary School.

Education reform of Hong Kong

Witnessing the vast change brought by the education reform in Hong Kong, the school was transformed to fit into the new environment and well preserve its teaching and learning quality. The new curriculum with new highlight on social science and liberal studies will be introduced. for public examination for the entrance of university will soon be revised to catch the structural change of Hong Kong's educational system, from seven years secondary education to six years whilst one more year will be added to tertiary education.

The school has a strong structure bounding both internally and externally. The 3 main internal bodies, the Parents' Association, the Alumni Association and the Student Union, engage intimately in various aspects of school operations. Externally, the School has strong linkages with secondary schools over the city and educational institutions. In 2004, the Education and Manpower Bureau named the school as one of the twenty school tiding direct partnership with the best 20 in mainland China.

Student exchange

It is one of the few secondary schools hosting an international student exchange programme. Each year, there is at least one foreign student joining in for one academic year. In the past, there were exchange students from France, Iceland, the United States, Australia, Denmark, Greenland, Germany, Czech Republic, and so on. Local students are encouraged to apply for exchange opportunities abroad. There are around 5 to 10 senior form pupils experiencing their life-time adventures on different continents.

Class structure

Like most other secondary schools in Hong Kong, Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School serves form 1 through form 7. Form 1 to 3 are Junior classes; 4 and 5 are Certificate; and, 6 and 7 are Matriculation.

Junior classes studies subjects of all streams like languages, computer, arts, science, sports and many others. As a Christian school, studied of bible is included in the curriculum. Certificate classes are targeted at the HKCEE, an open certificate examination for secondary education. Students are divided into arts, business or science stream according to their interests. For matriculation, their studies is further divided and confined within their preferred stream.

From the academic year 2009, the Form 4 class will be ceased, and those calsses will be replaced into NS1, NS2 and NS3 respectively to complying with the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education.

House system

In this school, all students and all teaching staffs are assigned into one of the four houses, they are called Red House , Yellow House , Blue House and Green House respectively. In each teaching year, there are several competitions held between those four houses including the Swimming Gala and Athlete Meet. And some of other matches are also competited among those four houses. Yellow House is the overall champion this year .

Extracurricular Activities

The School traditionally accommodates an active student body. Students participate widely in programmes and competitions of sports, music, performing arts, technological innovation and so on. There are more than 80 extracurricular activities students, most numerous options among schools in Hong Kong. Numerous students secured prestigious awards like Sir Edward Youde Memorial Scholarship in Hong Kong.

Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School boasts as one of the HK secondary schools with the largest variety of extracurricular activities for students to participate in, with particular strengths in sports, drama, and music. Many prizes have been awarded to the students of BLMCSS. Below is a list of student clubs:

*Student Union
*Academic Societies: Art Society, Home Economics Society, Europe Club, Bridge Club, Mathematics Society, etc.
*Service: Boy Scouts, Girl Guides, Red Cross, Peer Support Scheme, Stage Support team
*Sports: PE Society and other ball teams
*Music: Music Society, and more than 30 different instrument class, including both Western and Chinese instruments
*Drama: Drama Club

Student union

The Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School Student Union has the longest history in its sort among schools in the East New Territories. Formed in 1983, the Student Union has been playing a key role in students' activities, as well as external involvement. Departments of the Union organise ranges of programme and activity to enhance learning experience and campus life. It also connects the student population with other schools' fellows through joint schools functions and friendly dialogues.

The Union is a democratic organisation which consists of two main bodies: the Executive Committee, which is the cabinet executing mandated power, and the Representative Council, holding power of amending the Constitution of the Union, passing working plans, budgets, approving reports, debate and vote on Committee proposals. In principle, the Committee and the Council cooperate to enact and push forward any proposals and plans. The acts as the President-in-Nomine. 2 to 3 teaching staff are assigned by the Principal to be Advisors to supervise and guide the operation of the Union, whom are seen to be real supervisors. The Committee coordinates working schedule and details with Advisors' consent, though not bounded in the Constitution.

The Constitution had been initially drafted in the early 1980s when several minor amendments were taken. It was until years around 1999 to 2001, the Constitution was completely reviewed. Two new drafts were proposed to the Council where the second one, which is the currently enforced one, were passed on the 19th Union Council. During those years, there was deep division among student leaders and head teaching staff. The conflict was ended up with a Committee concession to modify the more radical edition into a moderate one. Nevertheless, the period of quarrel divided the student leadership into polars that affected the politics in subsequent Committees.

Electoral system

The Committee is elected annually and elections are held by the Election Committee under the Council. All students of the School are eligible to cast one vote against proposed cabinet. They choose between or among one of the cabinets, or cast a confidence vote towards the single proposed cabinet. Usually, proposed cabinet acquire 3 to 4 weeks to . During the campaigning period, there are 2 rounds of policy debates held in the compulsory basis in front of all students, where they can post questions against cabinet. If no valid result were generated, the Election Committee will meet and hold the second round of election, till the third round, after that the President-in-Nomine will assign a student to be the Chairperson to form his/her cabinet.

s are elected once a year. There is one seat for every class, therefore 31 in total. The method adopted is simple majority and monitored by the class teacher at the academic year commencement in September. Nomination is open to all in the class except members in any proposed cabinet in the Committee election. Generally, most senior will seek incumbency and have sort of association with proposed cabinet to complete the political system of the Union.


There are 99 staffs in LMC.
*Principal: Mr CHENG CHO CHAK
*Vice-principal: Mr LAM CHIK KEUNG
*Vice-principal: Mr LAU HON TONG
*Vice-principal: Mr YEUNG KWOK KIN


Due to the influence of the serving culture in their alma mater, alumni are observed in facets of social commitment. Large portion of graduates pitched themselves into education, some of them in academic research. Similarly large portion achieved qualification in professions like legal, medical services, and engineering business.

Notable alumni

* Chiu, Wai Tak : Members, the Gay Singers
* Fong, Ngai : Assistant Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs, HKSAR Government
* Ho, Siu Fong , MBChB: Medical Practitioner, Médecins Sans Frontières Hong Kong
* Lam, Ching Man : Co-Founder, Hong Kong Secondary Students Union
* Lau, Chong Fuk , PhD : Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
* Ng, Cheuk Yin : Composer, lyricist, musicians, and performer
* Ng, Gene Bond : Co-Founder, Hong Kong Secondary Students Union
* Sun, Ka Yee : Swimmer, Hong Kong Swimming Team; Record Holder for Hong Kong 50m Long Pool Breast Stroke
* Tam, Chung Ming : Cyclist, Hong Kong Cycling Team
* To, Wan Wai : Former correspondent and anchor, TVB News
* Wong, Sau Mei : Teacher of Fung Yiu King Seconday School, died in Pak Sin Ling hill fire on 10th February 1996 while attempting to save her student hiking team.
* Wong, Sze Heng : Editor, RTHK Chinese Radio News

King Ling College

King Ling College is an aided secondary school founded by the King Ling Foundation for Education and Culture in September 1994 in Tseung Kwan O of Hong Kong.
Diligence, Perseverance, Integrity, Simplicity

Kiangsu-Chekiang College (Shatin)

Kiangsu-Chekiang College is one of the secondary schools in Shatin District of Hong Kong.


The school is one of the four schools established by the Kiangsu & Chekiang Residents Association. When the school first opened in 1978, the permanent premises were not ready owing to a delay in the construction work. Classes had to be conducted on the school premises of the TWGHs Fung Wong Fung Ting Secondary School. In August 1979, the school moved into the present premises.

In 1982, the school was converted from a private capitation secondary school into a government aided secondary school.

In the years that followed, the government, the Association and the School Management Committee have continuously supported the school by providing professional advice, technical assistance and financial resources. The past two decades, therefore, have witnessed remarkable progress in the school development with respect to the students' academic achievement, moral standard, teaching facilities and equipment.

School Motto and Values

“Orderly and Respectful” is the school motto and a code of behaviour is set for the students to follow.

The education philosophy is based on the following three principles: that equal significance be put on moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic development, equal emphasis laid on arts and sciences and equal importance attached to learning Chinese and English. It aims to provide a high-quality, all-rounded education so that the students can have the best opportunity to study, develop their potential to the fullest and acquire positive attitudes and values towards work, life and the community.

Information Technology in Education

The School Administration and Management System has been adopted and efforts have been made to strengthen the related facilities, for example, installing nodes in the school campus and using broadband network in order to gain faster access to the Internet.

Both teachers and students can have access to the Internet via the developed intranet system in the school. In addition, educational CD-ROMs have been purchased for teaching purpose and projection screens are installed in classrooms, special rooms and the assembly hall.

There are about sixty computers and each teacher of the school is provided with a notebook computer which can be connected with the projectors and TV sets in the classrooms. About one hundred and twenty computers are available on loan for needy students of the school. All teachers and students are given free e-mail accounts.

To provide students with easy access to and arouse their interest in information technology, the Computer Rooms are open to the students during lunchtime and after school. Guidance from staff is available.

In 2001, the staff have all completed the school-based information technology elementary, intermediate or advanced training courses and reached the IT standard set by the government. Meanwhile, information technology is widely applied to the teaching and learning of different subjects.

School Facilities and Resources

There are twenty-six standard classrooms, two lifts, an assembly hall, a library, two playgrounds, four laboratories and a number of special rooms like six computer rooms, a student activity center, a dancing room, interview rooms and a broadcasting studio. There are also facilities for the physically disabled. The assembly hall, the library, classrooms and special rooms are all air-conditioned. A computerized roll call taking system and an information booth have been installed. The opened playground is surfaced with all weather flooring. All these aim to provide an ideal teaching and learning environment.

Kiangsu-Chekiang College (Kwai Chung)

Kiangsu-Chekiang College is a secondary school in Kwai Chung, Hong Kong.

Jockey Club Ti-I College

Jockey Club Ti-I College is a secondary school in Sha Tin, Hong Kong

Jockey Club Ti-I College was established by a total funding of 84 million from Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club. The setting up of a secondary school, which is not only focused on normal academic curriculum, but also aimed to develop students' potential of visual arts and sports, was proposed by Sir Edward Youde, a late governor of Hong Kong.


The idea of founding the school originated from the late governor, Sir Edward Youde. He proposed the setting up of a secondary school in Hong Kong which would not only emphasize academic performance but would also provide an opportunity to develop students' potentials in sports and visual arts.
In November 1985, the Chief Secretary came to an agreement with the Hong Kong Jockey Club that such a school would be built in Shatin. A total funding of eighty-four million Hong Kong dollars was established by the RHKJC and the Government.

The Education Department invited professionals and educators to form the School Management Board. The school commenced its operation in September 1989 and is now in full swing.

School Motto

* Sports
** We should take good care of our bodies.We can do something great provided that we have healthy bodies.
** We should have sportsmanship. We should do our best in open competitions on a fair basis and be ready to accept the result.

* Humanity
** We should be humane.
** We should be kind to others, showing sympathy, kindness and understanding.

* Art
** We should be artistic.
** We should be creative.
** We should learn to appreciate the good things in our lives.

* Wisdom
** We should have the analytical power to analyse problems.
** We should be independent in thinking.
** We should cultivate the quality of having good judgement.

Special Features

Jockey Club Ti-I College is one of the very few secondary schools in Hong Kong with a dormitory. The maximum capacity of the dormitory is 96.

The college is also the first of its kind in Hong Kong, in which students are to choose between specializing in visual arts or sports when they get in. The idea is to develop students all-around abilities and interests besides academic excellence.


Students of Jockey Club Ti-I College are required to choose majoring either on visual arts or sports before admission. They are required to take the HKCEE exam in their chosen major subject.

Academic Results

The Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination
In 2006, the passing rates of Chinese, English and Mathematics were 88%, 90% and 92% respectively. The best result obtained was 5As2Bs1C.

The Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination
In 2006, the passing rates of Chinese and English were 100% and 97% respectively. The best result obtained was 3As1C. The university admission rate was 77%.

Immanuel Lutheran College (Hong Kong)

Immanuel Lutheran College is an aided secondary school in Hong Kong since 1983.


The antecedent of Immanuel Lutheran College was Immanuel Lutheran English Middle School which was run inside a private mansion in Kwun Tong.

In 1978, it was a caput school and before long, it became an aided school. The transition was completed in 1982.

Due to the limitation of the school building, the South Asian Lutheran Evangelical Mission was advised by the Education Department to phase out the Immanuel Lutheran English middle School and instead start a new school in the New Territories. Eventually, Immanuel Lutheran College was established in 1983.

In the first year, the ILC had only Secondary 1 and Secondary 4 but it gradually became a school with all levels from Secondary 1 to Secondary 7.

From 1996 summer to the fall of 1997, a large scale school improvement construction project had been carried out to put up a new wing at the main entrance. The project provided more classrooms for academic and extra-circular activities and better working conditions for teaching staff.

In order to meet up Information Technology, an ITC network with Intranet connection and broadband Internet connection has been developed.

There are now two Multimedia Language Centres, two Computer Rooms, one Multimedia Production Centre, and one Multimedia Studio in the school.

Symbolization of School Logo

The cross at the top represents the school's christianity background; the grid '''' and the pearl at the centre symbolizes Tai Po at its early stages; the source of book, with pages printed Greek alphabets Alpha and Omega, can be derived from an bible scripture: "''I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end.''" , and also indicated the thought of Christian education.


The supervisor, the first and the recent one, is Mr. Mark Sprengeler and the principal is Mr. Yeung Wing Kit.

The assistant principals are Mr. Lau Yeung Shan,and Ms Wong Yiu Kiu.

List of ILC Principals

Order Year Name
1 1983-2004 Mr. Yau Chun Wan
2 2004- Mr. Yeung Wing Kit

Student life

ILC students are divided into four houses, , , Esther and Deborah, which are famous names that appear in the Old Testament.

Highlighted Features

English Learning Centre

English Learning Centre, ELC, which was a former computer room, are located at 3/F of ILC.

This centre has been decorated warmly in order to favour students to learn in an enthusiastic atmosphere.

11 computers are available and well-equipped for e-Learning.

Hong Kong Taoist Association Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School

Hong Kong Taoist Association Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School( , THMSS)is an EMI secondary school located in Sheung Shui. THMSS takes as its main teaching language. In recent years, THMSS students have achieved outstanding results in and . THMSS becomes one of the best schools in North District, even in Hong Kong.


* Mr. Poon Huen Wai
* Mr. Lau Chi Yuen


THMSS is a 6-storey building that occupies a land area of 5400 sq. metres. A lift is available for teachers and disabled or person in need.


There are 5 classes in Form 1 to Form 5. 「孝」、「弟」、「忠」、「信」、「禮」 represent Class "A", "B", "C", "D", "E" respectively. In Form 4 and Form 5, class A and B are science stream and class C, D and E are art stream. From 2003, in Form 6 and Form 7, class A is science stream and class B is art stream while class C is mixed with science and art stream.

Four Houses

Teachers and students are assigned to Red House, Yellow House, Blue House or Green House randomly when they enter THMSS.

Hong Kong Chinese Women's Club College

The Hong Kong Chinese Women's Club College is a government aided co-educational grammar school founded in 1978. It has been using as the Medium of Instruction since its foundation. In line with the mission of its sponsoring body, the Hong Kong Chinese Women's Club , the school aims at providing a broad, high quality education which nurtures a scholarly intellect, a fine personality and a strong sense of responsibility to the community.

Ho Lap College

Ho Lap College is a secondary school in San Po Kong, Hong Kong, founded in 1969. It is a well-established EMI school in the district. It is also the first school sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen. As of 2005 it has an enrollment of some 1,200 students.

Ho Lap College 可立中學

Principal Mr. Ling Kin Chen
Motto "To act benevolently and to teach benevolence"
Founded 1969
School Type Government-subsidized
Location San Po Kong, Hong Kong
Medium of Instruction
Enrolment 1,200 students
School Magazine 立聲

Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School (Shatin)


Motto Be erudite in your studies and careful in thought
Principal Mr.周守安
Founded 1988
Location Sha Tin, the New Territories, Hong Kong
School Type Government school

Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School is a secondary school in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, founded in 1988.


The name of Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School was first implemented in 1977 by Mr. Liang Chang , a Hong Kong businessman, for the sake of memorising his decease wife, Mrs. Helen Liang. Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School is originally a government school in Sheung Wan on Hong Kong Island, which moved to Tai Wai, in September, 1988, formally renamed as Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School .


Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School locates on a mound in Sha Tin, embraced by a verdant environment. Inside the school stands the outdoor theatre and curved flower path which is peculiar in Hong Kong.


28 standard classroom with air-conditioning system, including , computer rooms, multi-media learning centre, literature centers. There are also a hall, library, all-weather playground with a digital display board and basketball court inside the campus.

Notable Alumni and Alumnae

*Du Yu Hang;Famous martial art athlete who have been a representative of Hong Kong in the Olympic Games

*Dr. Patrick, Ting Yat Wong;Founder of a religious organization in Hong Kong

School song

Hang Seng School of Commerce

Hang Seng School of Commerce is a business school in Hong Kong, founded in 1980 with funding from Hang Seng Bank, the S. H. Ho Foundation and several directors of Hang Seng Bank.

It offers a two-year full-time matriculation courses and Associate Degree Programme in Business Administration.

The section is now operated under the Education Bureau's Direct Subsidy Scheme while the ABA Programme is self-funding and non-profit-making.

Fortress Hill Methodist Secondary School

Fortress Hill Methodist Secondary School is located in North Point, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It is a secondary school serving students with learning difficulties.

ECF Saint Too Canaan College

ECF Saint Too Cannan Collegeis an aided secondary school in Kwun Tong, Kowloon.

The school has 24 classrooms,12 special rooms,a hall,library, a covered playground and a football field. It is a millennium-designed school.

Class structure

There are 26 classes in this year.

Diocesan Boys' School

Diocesan Boys' School is a boys' school located at 131 , Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It was founded in 1869, making it one of the oldest secondary schools in Hong Kong.

The school aims to provide a "liberal education based on Christian principles"; its students are encouraged to be well rounded. The school has many distinguished alumni, who are leaders in Hong Kong society. School teams participate in various inter-school music and sports competitions, and has of late won HKSMSA awards.

In 2004, a primary school division of was opened on the school campus.


The first foundation

In 1860, Lady L. Smith, the wife of the first Bishop of Victoria and the Society for the Promotion of Female Education in the Far East established a girls' school affiliated with the Diocese of the . It was given the name ''"Diocesan Native Female Training School"'' , and Lady Robinson, the wife of the Governor, became the patroness. According to the constitution, it aimed "to introduce the blessing of religious teaching among …native females". The Committee started the school on Bonham Road, with a small concrete house on a paddy field. It accommodated teaching, boarding and all the activities.

The school was soon reopened and renamed ''"Diocesan Female School"'' , but its financial situation was by no means improved. In addition, most Chinese people did not wish their daughters to have a Western-style education at the time. In 1868, the second Bishop of Victoria, Bishop R. Alford, took the school under his immediate superintendence. This marks the end of the First Foundation.

The second foundation

19th century

On 30 January 1869, Bishop Alford issued an Appeal which met with a liberal response soon. Under a new constitution, the ''"Diocesan Home and Orphanage"'' , for English, Eurasian, Chinese and other pupils, was begun on the same site in September. The objects of the Institution were to receive Children of both sexes, sound both in body and mind and as may be deemed eligible by the Committee, as soon as they become capable of education; and to board, clothe and instruct them with a view to industrial life and the Christian Faith according to the teaching of the Church of England.

In July 1870, Mr. W. M. B. Arthur of the Garrison School was appointed as the Headmaster, and Mrs. Arthur as the Matron. On 1 November, Mr. G. H. Piercy, the third master of the , was appointed as the Headmaster. Mr. Piercy focused on the academic education of the students, and the School gained satisfactory results in the and Local Examination scholarships.

In 1891, the School changed its name to ''"Diocesan School and Orphanage"'' , commemorating the erection of a new wing. All the girls left as Fairlea Girls’ School , under the superintendence of Miss Johnstone, was opened to them in 1892. For the first time DSO became a boys’ school. In 1899, the Diocesan Girls’ School was founded in Rose Villas on Bonham Road, Ms. Hawker being the Head Teacher.

Early 20th century

In 1902, the School changed its name to ''"Diocesan Boys’ School and Orphanage"'' . Rev. W. T. Featherstone, Headmaster from 1917 to 1930, introduced the prefects' system, a house system and Speech Day. He also proposed moving the School from Bonham Road to a green field site in Mong Kok. Construction of the school was completed in 1926. But soon in February 1927, the British military authorities took the School as a hospital for one year.

broke out in China following the Marco Polo Bridge Incident in 1937, and at once, DBS showed its support towards the Chinese Nationalist Party. In January 1938, a Shoe-shining Club was organized under the permission of Rev. Christopher Sargent to raise funds for the Nationalist Government. Boys went to schools around Hong Kong, polishing shoes for both teachers and students. In 1939, it even led to a School strike when a student of citizenship was appointed as Head Prefect.

The School was occupied by the Japanese in 1941 along with the rest of Hong Kong. Most of the personnel at the school, including Mr. G. A. Goodban, then-Headmaster, were put into prison. The building itself was transformed into a military hospital to serve the Japanese soldiers.

Post-War Years

Imperial Japan surrendered in August 1945, putting an end to World War II. The School was still under the control of ''Kempi Tai'' until November, when all the Japanese soldiers were captured. On 21 March 1946, J. L. Youngsaye, a senior teacher, took over the School which had been vacated, after it was inspected by the army commander. Oswald Cheung and Mr. B. J. Monks took up the post of acting Headmaster successively. Mr. Goodban arrived from England on 19 November 1947. Repairs started during the Christmas holidays. The new House system, named after the former Headmasters, was introduced in 1949 together with the Piercy Challenge Shield. In the , great construction plans including a gymnasium, a Carnegie Hall and a science wing were proposed.

In 1955, Goodban announced his resignation while Canon George Zimmern was appointed the next Headmaster, the first Hong Kong-born old boy to become so. As Headmaster, Canon She brought about many innovations: firstly, he opened the School gates wide to pupils from lower socioeconomic backgrounds; secondly, he de-colonialised DBS by affirming Chinese in the School's culture. Canon She also introduced the Garden Fête in 1955.

Academically, there was a proposal to drop the primary classes due to shortage of space. Although it was decided that a completely new Diocesan Preparatory School was to be built, it was not until 1969 that the resolution was affirmed.

The School became a major force in athletics when James Lowcock was appointed Headmaster in 1961. With his previous experience in DBS, he structured the administration to improve efficiency and more teachers were appointed to posts with designated responsibilities.

In 1983, Lowcock resigned due to ill health, and was succeeded by Jacland Lai, a senior teacher at the School. Under the new Headmaster's efforts, the standard of non-academic endeavours of students were greatly improved, and a number of competition prizes were brought back to the school as a result. In addition, a language laboratory and a demonstration room were built. The electrics and alarm installations were renovated, the School walls repainted, and computerization was performed throughout the School.

Lai retired in August 2000, and Terence Chang, an old boy and then-headmaster at the Jockey Club Ti-I College, took over the reins in September 2000.

After a 35 year hiatus, it was decided to found and built a primary school on the School campus. The primary school, known as the Diocesan Boys' School Primary Division had its first intake of students in 2004. It further expanded its intake with students aged between 6 and 12 in 2005.

After the 2007-2008 academic year, the school board replaced the operations of the school's tuck shop with a well-known fast food chain: Cafe de Coral. Ending the history of the family operations which spanned two generations, which lasted for 26 years.

Including the Primary Division, Diocesan Girls' School, and the Diocesan Preparatory School, the total number of "Diocesan" students exceeds 4300.

Headmasters and Houses

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In 1922, Rev. Featherstone introduced the Club system to the School for sports and drama competitions. All the students were divided among four Clubs, i.e. the Green, the Blue, the Yellow and the Brown. As the number of students kept increasing in 1930’s, Rev. Sargent added the Red Club. Three past Headmasters, Piercy, Sargent and Featherstone passed away successively during the years of the Pacific War. In order to commemorate them, Goodban decided to establish a new House system in 1949. The existing five Clubs were re-designated "Houses" and named after four past Headmasters and the beloved Mr. H. Sykes, who was the Second Master from 1898 to 1920.

In 1960, Canon She founded the new Goodban House to commemorate his predecessor. Lowcock House was added in 2002. The Houses, abbreviations and representative colours are as per the inset.

In 2004, the alumni of class of '58 managed a fund-raising for the establishment of a new House and the Chapel renovation in memory of the late Canon George She . However, the Zimmern House project remains under discussion.

School Badge

The School badge are composed of seven elements: the ''Mitre'', the '''', the ''Crozier'', the '''', the ''Bible'', the '''' and the ''Shield'', all of which have deep meaning in the Christian faith.

The mitre is the traditional headgear worn by bishops. As a symbol, its meaning is twofold. It shows that the Anglican Church is an episcopal church, a church guided by bishops. It also underlines the fact that the Anglican Church has inherited the faith of the Apostles.

Placed above the Bible, the crown is the symbol of the kingship of Christ. It indicates that the Church works in the world in obedience to Christ and to the glory of God.

The crozier is a symbol of the pastoral responsibility which the Church bears for the world. It is also known as the pastoral staff. It reminds the Church of its humble identity as servant.

The key is the symbol of authority which the Church receives from Christ.

The book placed in the middle of the shield is the Bible, which is a record of the self-disclosure of God in history - the history of the people of Israel in the Old Testament period and the life of Jesus Christ. The doctrine, discipline and worship of the Anglican Church is based on the Bible and must be in accordance with its teaching.

Placed beneath the Bible, the shell is used to symbolise Baptism. It underlines the evangelistic mission of the Church which is to preach the Gospel, to draw people to Christ and to baptise them.

The shape of a shield signifies the defending of Christian faith in the temporal world.



1. Main Building

2. Gymnasium

3. New Wing

4. New New Wing

5. Mrs. Tsai Ming Sang Building

6. Samuel Tak Lee Building

7. IB Complex


The school uses as the medium of instruction.

Currently, both the Primary and Secondary Division follow the Hong Kong Examination Authority's curriculum. Students in Form 3 or above take two public examinations, the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination and the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination . Students currently studying in Grade 8 or below will fall into the New Secondary System and will take the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education examinations.

The school is planning to launch International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in the school year 2009-10. A new building was built for the IB programme, and a concrete decision on whether girls will be included has not yet been made.

Extra-curricular activities


There are various sports played inside the School, and the school teams are very strong competitors among Hong Kong schools. They had been crowned Overall Champions in Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Cross Country, Fencing, Hockey, Life Saving, Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis and Volleyball .

The School's Athletics, Life Saving, Swimming and Tennis Teams are the most distinguished among others. They have each won more than half of the available Overall Championships in their discipline:
*Athletics - 31 in 46 years, 9 Grand Slams
*Swimming - 23 in 42 years, 5 Grand Slams
*Tennis - 30 in 55 years
*Life Saving - Overall Champion ever since 92, Grand Slam ever since 95

Recently, the School has won the Inter-School Swimming Championships for a record 15 consecutive years, and the Inter-School Athletics Championships for 5 years in a row. She has also won all the Inter-School Tennis matches in the past 8 years. In March 2003, the school football team won the Jing Ying Football Championship as a Division Three team which was unprecedented. In November 2007, DBS won its first Division One football A grade championship.


Notable Prizes:

* Captured the Championship of Senior String Orchestra and Senior Orchestra in the 60th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival
* Captured the Championship of the Chinese Orchestra in the 60th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival .
* Captured the Championships of the Senior String Orchestra, Senior School Orchestra and Senior School Band in the 59th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival , thus winning the Instrumental Treble.
* Captured the Championship of Woodwind Ensemble ever since the 58th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival .

* The school choir was invited to perform in Aida together with Warren Mok, a world-renowned Hong Kong tenor, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera Hong Kong Chorus and students from .
* The Senior Mixed Choir of Diocesan Boys' School together with Diocesan Girls' School captured the "Best Mixed Choir of the Year" and the "Best Secondary School Choir of the Year" awards in the 60th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival.
* The school senior choir was invited to perform in the Inaugural Ceremony of the Beijing Olympic Games 2008 Torch Relay in Hong Kong.

The Diocesan Boys' School Senior Choir, is one of Hong Kong's leading youth male choirs. Its conductor is Mr. Ronnie Cheng. It is a regular participant at the annual Hong Kong Schools Music Festival in categories U4 and U13 . Since the turn of the century, the choir also took part in a number of international choral competitions on a regular basis.

* Awarded 1st Runner-up in the Youth Male Choir category at the 2nd Choir Olympics, 2002 in Busan, Korea.
* Awarded 1st Runner-up in the Male and Youth Choir category at the 59th , 2005, in Llangollen, Wales.
* Awarded the Championship and the Gold Medal for the category "Young Male Voice" at the World Choir Games , 2006 in Xiamen, China.
* Awarded the Championship, the Gold Diploma, the Special Prize for Interpretation and the Conductor Prize for the category "Youth Choirs of Equal Voices" in the 5th International Johannes Brahms Choir Festival & Competition, 2007 in Wernigerode, Germany.
* Awarded the "Best Secondary School Choir of the Year" in the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival for 3 consecutive years during 2003-2005.
* Awarded the "Best Boys Choir of the Year" in the 60th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival for the 6th consecutive year since 2003.
* Awarded the Championship and the Gold Medal for the category "Young Male Voice" at the World Choir Games , 2008 in Graz, Austria.
* According to the Musica Mundi World Ranking List, the Senior Choir is ranked 6th in the Children's and Youth Choirs category, and 36th overall in the world.


The Scout troop of the school, 6th Kowloon, has stood unchallenged in competition in their own Kowloon Tong district for 15 years now. One of its most notable accomplishments was capturing "the Carlton Trophy" - the Colony Championship for Scouting Competition in Hong Kong in 1973. This capture is still an unbroken record for any Kowloon-based scout troop since 1955.

DBS also participates a lot in other competitions, such as art, writing, outstanding students selection, speech festival, drama and business.

Alumni by field

Politics and civil service

* Dr. Sun Yat-sen ; Chinese revolutionary and statesman, founder of modern China
* , JP ; local community leader
* Barma, Haider H. T., GBS, JP ; former Secretary for Transport
* Dr ; Secretary for Home Affairs
* Yeung Kai Yin, CBE, JP ; Ex-chairman and Ex-chief executive of Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation ; Secretary for Education and Manpower , Secretary for Transport and Secretary for the Treasury
* Leung Po Wing, Bowen ; former Secretary for Planning, Environmental & Lands, Director of the Office of the Government of the HKSAR in Beijing
* ; Chairman of the and a Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong
* ; former Chairman of the board of the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation
* Tong Hin Ming,Timothy, JP ; Commissioner of Customs and Excise
* ; Legislative Councillor and member of the Liberal Party
* Law Chi Kong, Joshua, JP ; Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs
* Kwok, Kenneth W. K, OBE, JP ; former Secretary for Works


* Rev. , JP ; one of the earliest barristers-at-law of Hong Kong, magistrate
* Sir Y. K. Kan, GBE, JP ; solicitor, members of Executive and Legislative Councils, former chairman of , former chairman of Bank of East Asia
* Sir Oswald Cheung, JP ; distinguished lawyer, legislator, and public servant of Hong Kong, known as "doyen of the bar"
* Sir Kwan Cho Yiu ; lawyer and judge
* s ; judge and barrister-at-law
* Justice Pang Kin Kee ; Chairman of the Electoral Affairs Commission , Judge of the of the
* Kotewall, Robert G. ; SBS, Senior Counsel, recipient of the Silver Bauhinia Star


*The Hon. Fan Hung Ling, Henry, SBS, JP ; Member, Executive Council; Managing Director, CITIC Pacific; Deputy Chairman, Cathay Pacific; Director, Dragonair
* ; Chairman of Lai Sun Group
* Yu Kam Kee, Lawrence, BBS, MBE, JP ; Chairman of Softbank Investment International Ltd
* Fong, Alex ; CEO, Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce
* ; Group Managing Director, Hutchison Whampoa

Education and academia

* Chan Wing Chit ; Sinologist, professor of philosophy in Dartmouth College and Columbia University
* Mr. Chen Pei Hsun ; composer, professor of Peking Central Institute of Music
* Fung Yee Wang ; professor of School of Education, HKU and CUHK
* Wong Siu Kit ; professor of Chinese literature, HKU
* ; President Emeritus of .
* Cheng Yiu Chung ; former Vice Chancellor of HKU
* Liu Pak Wai; vice-president of CUHK
* ; Public Opinion Project Director, HKU
* Chan Hing Yan ; head of music faculty, HKU

Arts and entertainments

* ; Canto-pop star
* Rumjahn, Mahmood ; Cantopop composer and producer
* Ng Lok Shing, Ronald ; Cantopop composer and producer
* ; TV host
* ; actor and entertainer
* Li Chuan Yun ; Violinist

Mass culture and journalism

* Ho Tsu Kwok, Charles; Chairman of
* Wong K.K.; political comics writer
* Law Kai Yui ; Film director
* Liu Chung Ping, John; TVB news reporter
* ; former TVB news reporter, actor and English educator
* Li Chun, Oscar; current NOW TV news reporter and former TVB news reporter
* Lui Ping Kuen, Bruce ; Cable TV news reporter
* Fong Tung Shing, Anthony; TVB news reporter
* So King Hang ; TVB news reporter

Chuen Yuen College

Chuen Yuen College is a secondary school in Hong Kong. Established in 1969 and located in the Kwai Chung district of the New Territories, the school consists of a 50,000 square foot, six-storey school building and a new wing which was opened in 2004. Facilities of the school include of 24 conventional class rooms, eleven special purpose rooms, an assembly hall that seats a thousand people, and a basketball court.


With the number of local school-age children increasing continously, the late Reverend Peter Wong, former General Secretary of The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China, decided to build a new secondary school in Kwai Chung in response to rising demand for school vacancies. After much planning, an English-language secondary school was built and given the name of Chuen Yuen College, after other schools with the name of Chuen Yuen in the area.

On 18 May 1969, the cornerstone was laid in a ceremony presided over by Professor Yung Chi-tung, president of Chung Chi College, Chinese University of Hong Kong. The first classes were held that September. On 16 November, the school held a public dedication ceremony with Bishop Otto Nall.

Initially, the school only offered the standard Chinese curriculum, but, starting in 1972, it allowed English education students to enroll. In 1973, the school added Hong Kong university preparatory classes and a math/science programme to its offerings. In 1974, it expanded to 24 different classes, offering a standard education programme. Directives from Hong Kong's education administration requiring 9 years of free education for students led the school to expand its admissions in 1976, and in 1978, again in response to government directives, it began offering special education classes. However, in 1985 government funding changed and it began reducing its special education enrollments and increasing the number of ordinary classes.

The school's founding headmaster, Mr Jeung Wan Cha , retired in 1983. Its second headmaster, Mrs Yau Oi Naam , left the school in 1992. The third headmaster, Mrs Lei Sek Yuk Ru , returned to serve in her ''alma mater'', the Ying Wa Girls' School , in 2001; Mr Wong Wai Yiu took over as the fourth headmaster.

Programmes offered and administration structure

The programme offered at Chuen Yuen is roughly the same as in other Hong Kong schools. Outside of the core subjects, it offers classes in fine arts and graphic design, music, home economics, industrial arts, computer skills, physical education and religion, in conformance with public needs. In recent years, it has added to its offerings Mandarin language classes and business administration, accounting theory, travel and tourism education and communications studies, in order to give students more choices. Since its opening, Chuen Yuen has been focusing on offering a holistic education and putting great emphasis on the moral development and spiritual needs of students. The school also encourages its students to participate in extracurricular activities via various programmes.

The school is under the direction of an administrative council along with special committees for education, instructional services, extracurricular activities, religion, guidance counselling, citizenship and moral education, each responsible for the corresponding department and for improving standards in their respective fields. Furthermore, the school has special interest committees such as the information science and technology committee, the teacher training committee, and the parents' support and liaison committee. In 1994, the school also established an association of friends, parents and teachers of Chuen Yuen college.


Guests who visit the school would sometimes mistake the name of the school for ''Yuen Chuen'' , which means utterness in Chinese.

Christian and Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Secondary School

Christian and Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Secondary School is a Secondary School which is located in Tseung Kwan O , Hong Kong. This school is proclaimed by Christian and Missionary Alliance Hong Kong Association to organize in 1999. The entire school has 27 classes, there are 1000 students, and the principal is Poon Shuk Han.


Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Wong Fut Nam College

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Wong Fut Nam College is a whole-day co-educational secondary school subsidised by the government. Located in Kowloon Tong in New Kowloon of Hong Kong, it was the very first secondary school being set up by Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, a charity organisation. It was named Tung Wah Group of Hosipitals Number One School when it was set up in 1961. The school was renamed TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College as Mr. Wong Fut Nam had made a donation of HK$500,000 in autumn, 1971.

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals S. C. Gaw Memorial College

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals S. C. Gaw Memorial College is a secondary school on the Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong. The school is under Tiger's Head or Fu Tau Shan , surrounded by four resited s, Tai Wong Ha, Yim Tin Kok, , and San Uk.

S. C. Gaw Memorial College is a co-educational school, accepting both boys and girls. The majority of students are residents on the island though there are many students from various part of Hong Kong. Established by a charity organisation, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals in 1984, the school is largely fund by the aids of the Hong Kong Government. The medium of instruction is in , and .

In the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination of 2007, several students had notably good results.


Before the establishment of the school, it was on the site of the village of Ha Chung Mei closed to Tsing Yi Lagoon. During 1980s, Tsing Yi Island was under drastic development of Tsuen Wan New Town. The surrounding of school site was reclaimed for new town. The population of Tsing Yi Island was expected to increase drastically and the government was planned for more schools to cater more children and youths.

SCGaw was established in 1984 by a charity organisation, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. It is the third secondary school on the Tsing Yi Island and also the thirteenth secondary school in the organisation. S. C. Gaw is the father of a former director, 吳仲燦. The director donated money to build this school and name the school his father's to memorise his contribution.

The school building had not completed for the first intake in 1984. The school borrowed 12 classrooms from Po Leung Kuk 1983 Board of Directors' College, a secondary school in Cheung Hong Estate on the island. The school building was completed in February 1985 and the students moved into the building on March. The commencement ceremony was held in the next year, January 1986, Government high official 廖本懷 .

In June 1989, a group of students traveled to Hualien, Taiwan after and five were killed in a fire in their hotel.

In 2005 an extension of the school was completed.

School motto, school song, houses and school colours

The school motto and school song are shared among all secondary schools founded by Tung Wah Group of Hospitals S. C. Gaw Memorial College.

School motto

The school motto is 勤儉忠信, which means Diligence, Frugality, Loyalty, and Faithfulness . The motto is inscribed on a lacquered board in her assembly hall. The motto is also the name of school houses.

School song

The lyrics of school song:

House and school colours

The school divides students and teaching staff in 4 houses . Houses are named after school motto, namely, Diligence , Frugality , Loyalty , and Faithfulness or Faith . The system is the same among all Tung Wah secondary schools. The colours of houses is also the school colours which freely chosen by individual schools. In S. C. Gaw Memorial School, Diligence is in red, Frugality orange, Loyalty yellow and Faithfulness blue.

House committee members are chosen from senior forms, usually form 4 and form 6, whose are free from prompt public examinations. The heads of 4 houses are chosen from form 6. Houses compete each other in various school events, like athletes day, swimming gala, games day, talent shows and others, for an annual inter-house competition award.

Class structure

The school organised classes from Secondary 1 to Secondary 7 . For Junior Forms, from Secondary 1 to Secondary 3, there are 4 classes in each form. For Senior Forms, from Secondary 4 to Secondary 5, there are five classes each form, divided into science, arts and business streams and preparing for Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination. The highest forms are matriculation, from Secondary 6 to Secondary 7, there are 2 classes each form, divided into science, arts and business streams and preparing for Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination.

Extra-curriculum activities

S. C. Gaw Memorial College organises diverse choices of extra-curricular activities. Lots of students participate wide variety of sports and outdoors activities.


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Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Mrs Wu York Yu Memorial College

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Mrs Wu York Yu Memorial College is a co-educational secondary school, subsidised by the government. It is located in On Chit Street, Shek Yam in New Territories of Hong Kong.



Joanna Tse Yuen Man — a doctor at Tuen Mun Hospital; died of SARS in 2003.

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Li Ka Shing College

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Li Ka Shing College is a whole-day co-educational aided secondary school subsidised by the Hong Kong Government. Located in Cheung Wah Estate, a public housing estate in Fanling in New Territories of Hong Kong, it was the twelfth secondary school set up by Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, a charity organisation in 1982.


Li Ka Shing, who is the richest man in Hong Kong, has made a huge donation to build the campus and improved the facilities of this school. For example, he made a donation for installing the air-conditioning systems of the hall and finished in 1997. In addition, he made a donation for the new annex and finished in 2006.

List of Principals

Here is the list of the principals from 1982 to now:

Mr WU Kwok Yin

Mr CHUNG Chiang Hon



There are 8 houses in Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Li Ka Shing College. It is very different from other Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Colleges because they only have 4 houses. The houses are red house, yellow house, blue house, purple house, orange house, brown house, green house and grey house.

Henrietta Secondary School

Henrietta Secondary School was founded as ''Henrietta School'' in 1924 and was known by that name until 1941. In 1941, it was closed down due to the of Hong Kong. When it reopened in 1945, it was renamed ''Henrietta Secondary School''. The school campus is currently located at 2 City Garden Road, North Point, Hong Kong and is the only secondary school in Hong Kong located on Victoria Harbour.