Thursday, October 2, 2008

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.

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