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Renaissance College (hk)
http://www.renaissance.edu.hk/
Established in 2006, Renaissance College in Hong Kong provides a word-class English medium education from Year 1 to Year 13 on a single campus.
It is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, authorised to offer all three IB programmes: Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and the IB Diploma Programme (DP).
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Renaissance College | 5 Hang Ming Street | Ma On Shan | New Territories | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@rchk.edu.hk | http://www.renaissance.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 3556 3556 | fax: +(852) 3556 3446 | school | schools |
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International College Hong Kong (hk)
http://www.ichk.edu.hk
International College Hong Kong (ICHK) opened in September 2009 and is a purpose-built secondary school located on Sha Tau Kok Road in the Northern New Territories.
It is a spacious site set amongst country parks and adjacent to the Starling Inlet. ICHK is a peaceful and green environment in which students can learn and develop.
The College is independent, although forms a through train education from Nursery to Year 13, for students from Hong Lok Yuen International School, Japanese international School and Kingston International School.
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International College Hong Kong | 60 Sha Tau Kok Road | Shek Chung Au | Sha Tau Kok | New Territories, | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@ichk.edu.hk | http://http://www.ichk.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2655 9018 | fax: +(852) 2655 9788 | school | schools |
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Discovery College (hk)
http://discovery.edu.hk
Discovery College combines a primary school and a secondary school which, in Hong Kong is called a "through train" school. There are 540 places for 5 to 11 year old students in the primary school - that is Years 1 - 6 in the ESF system. There are another 600 places in the Middle School for 11 to 16 year olds (Years 7 - 11) and 240 places in the Senior School for 16 to 18 year olds (Years 12 and 13).
The different year levels will have their own accommodation with the primary students having access to specialist facilities, such as the laboratories and workshops and to other major amenities like the information resource center/library, gymnasium, swimming pool, performing arts center and the cafeteria. This highlights one major benefit of the ‘through train' approach in that younger students can have regular access to facilities normally only provided in secondary schools
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| Discovery College | Hong Kong | hk | School | office@discovery.edu.hk | Tel 852 2624 4110 | Fax 852 2624 4225 | IB | Primary | Secondary | ESF | PIS |
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The Harbour School (hk)
http://www.theharbourschool.edu.hk
Founded in 2006, The Harbour School (k-6) believes in educating the child, the family, and the community.
Admissions is based on both the potential student and the student's family as a whole.
The Harbour School admits families who:
-Are well suited for a smaller community based school
-Value educational programming that is taught to children as individuals
-Place high importance on accountability and the measure of academic and social success
-Believe in the importance of cooperation and involvement between the home and school environments
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The Harbour School | 2nd Floor, Kennedy Town Centre, 23 Belcher's Street, Kennedy Town | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@theharbourschool.edu.hk | http://www.theharbourschool.edu.hk| http://www.thsdock.net/ | tel: +(852) 2816-5222 | fax: +(852) 2816-5229 | school | schools |
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The Independent Schools Foundation Academy (hk)
http://www.isf.edu.hk
The Independent Schools Foundation Academy (ISFA)
Founded in 2003, a private independent primary and secondary school run by the Independent Schools Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by a group of academics and professionals to offer high-quality bilingual education rooted in Chinese culture with a global perspective.
The bilingual English-Putonghua approach at primary, with 70% of teaching time in Putonghua in Grade 1 to 3, reduces to 30% in the secondary. Guided Discovery projects and Global Humanities are core features of the primary curriculum. As an IB MYP candidate school, many MYP friendly practices have already been implemented.
The purpose built campus was opened in August 2007
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The Independent Schools Foundation Academy | 1 Kong Sin Wan Road | Pokfulam, | Hong Kong SAR | hk | enquiry@isf.edu.hk | http://www.isf.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2202 2000 | fax: +(852) 2202 2099 | school | schools |
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St Stephen's Girls College (hk)
http://www.ssgc.edu.hk
St Stephen's Girls College
Girls school with an international curriculum. School is christian based and has a long tradition.
St. Stephen's Girls' College consists of a Secondary School, its own feeder Primary School and a Kindergarten. In 1995, the Secondary School expanded from 4 to 5 streams, starting from Form One. The process of expansion completed in 1999. The school has now a total of 31 classes.
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St Stephen's Girls College | 2 Lyttelton Road | Hong Kong SAR | hk | ssgc@ssgc.edu.hk | http://www.ssgc.edu.hk | tel: +(852) 2549 2521 | fax: +(852) 2559 6994 | school | schools |
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Kiangsu-Chekiang College, International Section (hk)
http://kcs.edu.hk
This school was opened September 2002, to provide a 'through train' education for our sister school - Kiangsu & Chekiang Primary School, International Section
Like the Primary School, the Secondary Section offers Students a broad-based curriculum, including four core subjects: English, Mandarin, Mathematics and Science. Information Technology is also an important part of the curriculum, with each student having access to their own lap-top computer, for use both at home and school. Other Subjects taught include Humanities, Design Technology, Drama, Music and Physical Education, in addition to a range of optional after-school physical, artistic and cultural activities.
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Kiangsu-Chekiang College, International Section | 20 Braemar Hill Road | North Point | Hong Kong SAR | hk | enquiry@kcs.edu.hk | http://www.kcs.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2570 1281 | fax: +(852) 2570 3281 | UK | IGCSE | AICE | Sec | school | schools |
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American International School (hk)
http://www.ais.edu.hk
American International School (formerly known as California International U. S. A. School) was founded in 1986. AIS is a non-profit, co-educational school offering both primary, and secondary education.
AIS is registered with the Education Department in Hong Kong, with a Board of Directors of distinguished American and Hong Kong educators and professionals. The school's curriculum is based on the American system of education and, in general, American textbooks are used throughout the curriculum. Academic requirements comply with the standards of schools in the United States and are acceptable for the purpose of assessing suitability for admission. Fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) in the United States of America, AIS is also a member of the East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools (EARCOS).
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American International School | 123-125 Waterloo Road | Kowloon Tong | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | admissions@ais.edu.hk | http://www.ais.edu.hk | fax: +(852) 2336 3812 | fax: +(852) 2336 5276 | school | schools |
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Australian International School Hong Kong (hk)
http://www.aishk.edu.hk/
Through a visit to this website you will find information about our school's philosophy, policies and programs. We hope the electronic visit provides you with both information and enjoyment and imparts the culture of our school.
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Australian International School Hong Kong | 3A Norfolk Road | Kowloon Tong | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@aishk.edu.hk | http://www.aishk.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2304 6078 | fax: +(852) 2304 6077 | school | schools |
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Beacon Hill School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.beaconhill.edu.hk/
Beacon Hill School is a primary school of approximately 540 pupils located in Kowloon, Hong Kong. It has 18 classes of children aged 5-11 years. There is also a Learning Support Unit within the school.
We aim to provide each of our children with a safe and secure school where everyone, irrespective of ability, is valued as an individual. We wish our school to be a happy place where children want to come and learn. We aim to provide a well rounded education and to develop individual potential to the maximum.
The school is part of the English Schools Foundation and receives considerable administrative and educational support as a result.
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Beacon Hill School (ESF) | 23 Ede Road | Kowloon Tong | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | bhs@bhs.edu.hk | http://www.beaconhill.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2336 5221 | fax: +(852) 2338 7895 | school | schools |
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Bradbury School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.bradbury.edu.hk/
Bradbury School moved into new buildings in 1980 after five years in temporary premises. The premises were erected by a combination of Government grants and public subscriptions and the school serves the rapidly growing community in the eastern Mid Levels and the south side of the island.
The school provides 720 places and a Learning Support Class for students with special learning needs.
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Bradbury School (ESF) | 43C Stubbs Road | Hong Kong SAR | hk | enquiries@bs.esf.edu.hk | http://www.esf.edu.hk/schools/bs.html | tel: +(852) 2574 8249 | fax: +(852) 2834 7880 | school | schools | ESF | Primary | k-6 | day |
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Canadian International School of Hong Kong (hk)
http://www.cdnis.edu.hk/
The Canadian International School of Hong Kong is committed to providing educational opportunities which allow all students to achieve success and to become responsible, committed members of society. Visitors to the School comment regularly on the caring atmosphere and the excellent relationships between and amongst students and staff.
Although we are a Canadian School in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, we have a global outlook and we seek to reinforce and expand the very special relationship which has existed for more than a century between Canada and Hong Kong.
The High School program at CDNIS is based on the curriculum of the Province of Ontario in Canada with English as the language of instruction. Annual inspections are carried out by the Ontario Ministry of Education and the School is accredited to grant the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), which is recognized by universities around the world. Programs are primarily taught by specialist teachers with Ontario certification.
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Canadian International School | 36 Nam Long Shan Road | Aberdeen | Hong Kong SAR | hk | admissions@cdnis.edu.hk | http://www.cdnis.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2525 7088 | fax: +(852) 2525 7579 | school | schools |
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Carmel School (hk)
http://www.carmel.edu.hk/
Carmel School was founded in 1991 as East Asia's first Jewish day school by the parents of 15 pre-school children. Initially based in the Ohel Leah Synagogue, it soon moved to more spacious rented space near North Point. In 1994, with more than 70 students, it shifted to the Stanley Fort School.
Today, Carmel is a student body of over 200. As well as the pre-school, primary school and Middle School, Carmel has a thriving Child Care Center which provides structured activities in the mornings for one to three year old children.
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Carmel School | 10 Borrett Road | Mid-Levels | Hong Kong SAR | hk | admin@carmel.edu.hk | http://www.carmel.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2964 1600 | fax: +(852) 2813 4121 | school | schools |
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Chinese International School (hk)
http://www.cis.edu.hk/
Chinese International School aims to equip its graduates with the skills to achieve academic success in the world's leading universities and colleges and to be competent in speaking, reading and writing the Chinese (Putonghua) and English languages.
CIS provides a rigorous, but well-rounded programme of studies leading to the internationally recognized International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations. Throughout the programme emphasis is placed upon the development of fluency in both Chinese and English as well as development of skills in all traditional academic disciplines, including design technology, the visual and performing arts, physical education and information technology.
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Chinese International School | 1 Hau Yuen Path | Braemar Hill | Hong Kong SAR | hk | cis_info@cis.edu.hk | http://www.cis.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2512 5915 | fax: +(852) 2510 7378 | school | schools |
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Christian Alliance P C Lau Memorial Int Sch (hk)
http://www.cais.edu.hk/
CAIS is an independent K-12 Christian international school which is owned and operated by the Kowloon Tong Church of the Chinese Christian and Missionary Alliance (KTAC) in Hong Kong. It is one of seventeen schools (having a collective enrollment of more than 10,000 students) run by the KTAC in Hong Kong. CAIS is, however, the only international school of the seventeen KTAC schools.
The school offers a rich academic program utilizing the education curriculum of Saskatchewan, Canada. In addition to this CAIS provides a number of locally developed curricula and specialized programs including Band, Choral/Drama, Mandarin, French, and Special Education.
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Christian Alliance P C Lau Memorial International School | 2 Fu Ning Street | Kowloon City | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | admissions@cais.edu.hk | http://www.cais.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2713 3733 | fax: +(852) 2760 4324 | school | schools |
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Clearwater Bay School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.cwbs.edu.hk/
Clearwater Bay School is an international primary school in Hong Kong.
The school serves the expanding communities in Clearwater Bay, Tseung Kwan O and Sai Kung Peninsula providing 540 places for children aged between 5 and 11 years old.
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Clearwater Bay School (ESF) | DD 229, Lot 235 | Clearwater Bay Road | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@cwbs.edu.hk | http://www.cwbs.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2358 3221 | fax: +(852) 2358 3246 | school | schools |
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Concordia International School (hk)
http://www.cihs.edu.hk
Concordia is a small school that has tried to wisely use the limited resources of a non-profit making organization to prepare all its students for further studies at colleges and universities, both abroad and locally.
By constructing programs around the world-recognized syllabii and examinations prepared by the Educational Testing Service (i.e., TOEFL, SAT I, SAT II), successful students at Concordia are assured of having their work recognized by universities and colleges in Canada, the United States, Japan, Australia or Korea and at many local Hong Kong universities as well. Since our exams are written by more students in the world than any other external examinations, successful students at Concordia have really unlimited future choices.
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Concordia International School | 68 Begonia Road | G/F Yau Yat Chuen | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | office@concordiaintl.edu.hk | http://www.cihs.edu.hk | tel: +(852) 2397 6576 | fax: +(852) 2392 8820 | school | schools |
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HKMA David Li Kwok Po College (hk)
http://www.hkmadavidli.edu.hk/
The HKMA David Li Kwok Po College was established in September 2000 with a total of 12 classes comprising Secondary 1, 2, 3 and 6. In the first year of operation, the College has 460 students, most of them came from local families.
Our vision is to operate a high performance College which provides effective schooling for educating and equipping students with the life skills to become responsible, caring, self-disciplined and adaptable young people in a changing society and eventually to be employable and productive members of the community and citizens of an increasingly globalized world.
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HKMA David Li Kwok Po College | 8 Hoi Wang Road | Mongkok | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | college@hkmadavidli.edu.hk | http://www.hkmadavidli.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2626 9100 | fax: +(852) 2626 9311 | school | schools |
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Delia School of Canada (hk)
http://www.delia.edu.hk/
Delia School of Canada is a private school that was established in connection with the Council of Maritime Premiers, in 1986. The School has been offering a "Canadian" education to students since 1987. The school has an annual enrollment of over 800 students originating from more than 25 different countries.
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Delia School of Canada | Tai Fung Avenue | Taikoo Shing | Hong Kong SAR | hk | dscstk@delia.edu.hk | http://www.delia.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2885 4786 | fax: +(852) 2513 8240 | school | schools |
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Discovery Bay International School (hk)
http://www.dbis.edu.hk/
Discovery Bay International School (D.B.I.S.) opened in January 1983. It has 26 classes: 18 in Primary and 8 in Kindergarten and is registered with the Hong Kong Education Department.
The Curriculum is based on that of the United Kingdom but it is enhanced by the different cultures of our 30+ nationalities and our place in Asia.
The Staff at D.B.I.S. are all well-qualified, coming mainly from the UK and often with previous experience teaching abroad. Their experience is enriched by the contributions made from colleagues coming from Australia, Canada, Holland, India and New Zealand.
The School has an excellent Library, a comprehensive Resources Room, a very well-equipped Music Department, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Room, a Cookery Room and an attractive Hall.
We want our school to be a friendly, welcoming place for pupils, parents and all who work here. Everyone works hard but there are many opportunities to learn in different ways, to create, to enjoy and to have fun. The pictures on our web site will show you how we do it.
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Discovery Bay International School | Discovery Bay | Lantau Island | Hong Kong SAR | hk | dbis@dbis.edu.hk | http://www.dbis.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2987 7331 | fax: +(852) 2987 7076 | school | schools |
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French International School (hk)
http://www.fis.edu.hk/
The French International School "Victor S?alen" is a Hong Kong private school linked by an agreement with the Agency for French Teaching Abroad (A.E.F.E.)
The French stream provides an education in line with the programme of the French Ministry of Education.
The curriculum provided in the International stream is in English.
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French International School | 34 Price Road | Jardine's Lookout | Hong Kong SAR | hk | fis@lfis.edu.hk | http://www.lfis.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2577 6218 | fax: +(852) 2385 1492 | school | schools |
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German Swiss International School (hk)
http://www.gsis.edu.hk/
The German Swiss International School Hong Kong was established in 1969 by German and Swiss families wishing to give their children a broad and extensive general education.
Today the school houses over 1,000 students divided into the German Stream, taught in German, and the International Stream with English as the language of instruction, in three beautifully located buildings, kept up-to-date through large-scale modernisation and extension work.
The school is unusual in that students choose one stream when accepted and generally stay in that stream until they take their final examinations. Outside of lessons, however, students have ample opportunity through a wealth of extra-curricular school activities and events to meet other students from over 30 nations with different linguistic and cultural backgrounds.
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German Swiss International School | 11 Guildford Road | The Peak | Hong Kong SAR | hk | gsis@gsis.edu.hk | http://www.gsis.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2849 6216 | fax: +(852) 2849 6347 | school | schools |
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Glenealy School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.glenealy.edu.hk/
Glenealy School opened to children on its present site in January 1959. The school was rebuilt in 1982 and now occupies modern, purpose built premises on Hornsey Road. The school provides places for 360 children from within the very popular residential area of Mid Levels.
Glenealy is staffed by 19 qualified teachers, 11 educational assistants and 10 non-teaching support staff. The school has 12 classrooms, an ICT suite, specialist Music, Art/Design Technology and Science rooms and a well-resourced library.
Glenealy is blessed with parents who are interested and supportive of their children's education and teachers who work hard to fulfill their own high professional standards. Our children are a delight to teach and well motivated.
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Glenealy School (ESF) | 7 Hornsey Road | Mid-levels | Hong Kong SAR | hk | enquiry@gs.esf.edu.hk | http://www.glenealy.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2522 1919 | fax: +(852) 2521 7838 | school | schools |
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Hong Kong Academy (hk)
http://www.hkacademy.edu.hk/
Hong Kong Academy (HKA) is an independent, non-profit, coeducational day school. Its mission is to provide an outstanding international education for children in the Hong Kong SAR by developing and nurturing intellectually curious, critically thinking, ethically-minded, self-assured students who achieve their full potential as individuals and as responsible members of the global community.
The school was launched in September 2000. In academic year 2004/05 its enrollment will consist of approximately 200 students from age 3 to grade 6. The remaining primary grades will be added in subsequent years.
The school is implementing the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme. The language of instruction is English, but the school features a progressive Chinese as a Second Language program that is fully integrated with the rest of the curriculum and that emphasizes immersion and experiential learning.
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Hong Kong Academy | Chung On Hall | 15 Stubbs Road | Hong Kong SAR | hk | office@hkacademy.edu.hk | http://www.hkacademy.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2575 8282 | fax: +(852) 2891 4460 | school | schools |
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Hong Kong International School (hk)
http://www.hkis.edu.hk/
Graciously situated with water and mountain vistas in a world-class Asian city, Hong Kong International School offers a quality American-style education in a Christian context. The school thrives on its culturally diverse, international community while teaching respect for all religious beliefs.
The cornerstone of Hong Kong International School's program is academic excellence with a difference. The ?lus?that sets HKIS apart is our belief in nurturing each student to achieve his/her full potential in spirituality, character development, self-motivated learning, contributing to society, understanding and appreciating Chinese culture as well as in academics.
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Hong Kong International School | 23 South Bay Close | Repulse Bay | Hong Kong SAR | hk | admiss@hkis.edu.hk | http://www.hkis.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2812 5000 | fax: +(852) 2812 0669 | school | schools |
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Hong Kong Japanese School (hk)
http://www.hkjs.edu.hk
The Japanese International School has two streams, a Japanese Section and an English International Section, open to all students regardless of their race, religion or national origin. We are a co-educational, non-denominational, non-profit organization.
Our Curriculum is developed from programs in Britain, Canada, the U.S. and Australia. Based on International English Standards, all students study to gain a solid foundation in English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. These Basic Subjects are complemented with Music, Art, Drama, Physical Education and Second Language Study of either Mandarin Chinese or Japanese.
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Hong Kong Japanese School | 157 Blue Pool Road | Happy Valley | Hong Kong SAR | hk | admin@hkjs.edu.hk | http://www.hkjs.edu.hk | tel: +(852) 2574 5479 | fax: +(852) 2834 9178 | school | schools |
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Hong Lok Yuen International School (hk)
http://www.hlyis.edu.hk/
We provide a first rate education from Nursery right through to Year 7. Whether you are a prospective parent, or a teacher interested in working in a happy, collegial and dynamic atmosphere, you are very welcome to visit our school.
Hong Lok Yuen International School is an independent primary school 3-11 years established sixteen years ago to serve the Hong Lok Yuen development and surrounds. Situated in the New Territories, the school is conveniently located within easy reach of both central Hong Kong and mainland China.
The school is run by a Board of Governors elected by members of the Hong Lok Yuen International School Association who are parents of the school. It aims to provide a high standard of kindergarten and primary education to meet the social and educational needs of children within a multicultural environment.
HLYIS is very much a community school and its unique character is enhanced by the fact that all children learn Putonghua as a language and Chinese traditions as part of the curriculum. The school is two-form entry and has a roll of 390 pupils. Classes usually have twenty-four children with a discretion to go up to twenty-six for siblings.
The school aims to ensure quality teaching and learning delivered through a broad, balanced and differentiated spiral curriculum. The U.K. Literacy and Numeracy Strategy are taught as the core curriculum with learning outcomes for other subject areas drawn from the U.K. National Curriculum and other well established programmes.
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Hong Lok Yuen International School | Twentieth Stret | Hong Lok Yuen | Tai Po | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@hlyis.edu.hk | http://www.hlyis.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2658 6935 | fax: +(852) 2651 0836 | school | schools |
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International Christian School (hk)
http://www.ics.edu.hk/
Founded in 1991 by seven missionary agencies.
The school is currently sponsored by: Conservative Baptist, Southern Baptist, Mennonite, Missions in Hong Kong, China Free Methodist, SEND and OMS.
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International Christian School | 45 Grampian Road | Kowloon City | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | ics@ics.edu.hk | http://www.ics.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2304 6808 | fax: +(852) 2336 6114 | school | schools |
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International Montessori School (hk)
http://www.montessori.com.hk
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International Montessori School | 31 Queens Road East | Wanchai | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@montessori.com.hk | http://www.montessori.com.hk | tel: +(852) 6080 1082 | fax: +(852) 3006 2950 | school | schools |
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Island School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.island.edu.hk/
Island School opened in 1967 as the English school for secondary students on Hong Kong Island.
The school moved to its present site in 1970, offering a broad liberal education to 1200 students of some 40 different nationalities and preparing them for the British GCSE, AS and A Level examinations.
Entrance to university, however, is world-wide and not confined to the United Kingdom. There is a strong tradition of pastoral care and extra-curricular activities.
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Island School (ESF) | 20 Borrett Road | Hong Kong SAR | hk | school@is.esf.edu.hk | http://www.island.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2524 7135 | fax: +(852) 2840 1673 | school | schools |
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Japanese International School (hk)
http://www.jis.edu.hk
The Japanese International School has two streams, a Japanese Section and an English International Section, open to all students regardless of their race, religion or national origin. We are a co-educational, non-denominational, non-profit organization.
Our Curriculum is developed from programs in Britain, Canada, the U.S. and Australia. Based on International English Standards, all students study to gain a solid foundation in English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
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Japanese International School | 4663 Tai Po Road | Tai Po | New Territories | Hong Kong SAR | hk | esinfo@jis.edu.hk | http://www.jis.edu.hk | tel: +(852) 2834 3531 | fax: +(852) 2652 2166 | school | schools |
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Jockey Club Sarah Roe School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.jcsrs.edu.hk/
The Jockey Club Sarah Roe School is a purpose built special school for children and young people who have severe learning difficulties. Some of our students have profound and multiple learning difficulties and require a developmental curriculum which is sensitive to their special needs.
The multi disciplinary staff consists of highly qualified and experienced teachers, a speech therapist, an occupational therapist, a physiotherapist and a nurse. The new building has a range of facilities which are unique in Hong Kong including a hydrotherapy pool with a chair hoist, specially designed changing and toiletting areas, a light and sound stimulation room, a medical room, soft play and an adventure playground for the younger students.
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Jockey Club Sarah Roe School (ESF) | 2B Tin Kwong Road | Homantin | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@jcsrs.esf.edu.hk | http://www.jcsrs.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2761 9893 | fax: +(852) 2381 4081 | school | schools |
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Kellett School (hk)
http://www.kellettschool.com/
Kellett School is an independent non-profit making school catering for the English-speaking children living in Hong Kong.
The school is organised on the lines of the British educational system and is primarily intended for pupils whose future education will be in schools in sympathy with a British style curriculum. Kellett School can accommodate a maximum of 400 pupils who are divided into seven year groups:
Reception classes catering for pre-school children, and Primary I to 6. Classes are of mixed ability and the school aims to have a maximum of 22 children per class.
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Kellett School | 2 Wah Fu Lok Path | Wah Fu | Pokfulam | Hong Kong SAR | hk | kellett@kellettschool.com | http://www.kellettschool.com/ | tel: +(852) 2551 8234 | fax: +(852) 2875 0262 | school | schools |
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Kennedy School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.kennedy.edu.hk/
Kennedy School is a Primary School of located on Hong Kong Island. It has 29 classes of children aged 5 to 11 years old.
It is one of fifteen schools that together form the English Schools Foundation (E.S.F.), the largest foundation of International Schools in the Asian region.
Kennedy School opened in premises previously used as a Government secondary school. Kennedy School had long been promised new buildings, a site in Sandy Bay was granted and the new school opened there in 1989. This has enabled the school to expand and to continue to serve the western end of Hong Kong Island. The school provides over 900 places.
On 29th May 1998 a New Wing to the main building was opened by the Chairman of the Foundation, Mr Jal Shroff. This facility contains an IT Room, Drama Studio and a library.
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Kennedy School (ESF) | 19 Sha Wan Drive | Pokfulam | Hong Kong SAR | hk | admissions@kennedy.edu.hk | http://www.kennedy.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2855 0711 | fax: +(852) 2817 7471 | school | schools |
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Kiangsu & Chekiang Primary School (hk)
http://www.kcs.edu.hk/
Co-educational, mixed-ability primary school and kindergarten. Classes offered to children aged 3 to 10 years old. Maximum class size in Kindergarten is 20, and 24 in the Primary School, and the Teacher/Student ratio is 1:15.
The International Section follows the British National Curriculum, taught by fully qualified Native English Speaking teachers. The school aims to provide a bilingual education with daily Mandarin lessons. Mandarin is also used during PE and Music lessons.
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Kiangsu & Chekiang Primary School | 30 Ching Wah Street | North Point | Hong Kong SAR | hk | enquiry@kcs.edu.hk | http://www.kcs.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2570 4594 | fax: +(852) 2570 4627 | school | schools | primary | prim |
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King George V School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.kgv.edu.hk
King George V School originated as the Central British School in 1902. In 1936 it was reprovisioned by Government on its present site.
The present name dates from 1948. Until 1966 it was the only secondary school for overseas children and became very overcrowded.
Today it serves students from Kowloon. It occupies a large site of 10.2 acres; the school provides 1,500 places and has a unit for students with special learning needs.
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King George V School (ESF) | 2 Tin Kwong Road | Homantin | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | office@kgv.edu.hk | http://www.kgv.edu.hk | tel: +(852) 2711 3029 | fax: +(852) 2760 7116 | school | schools |
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Kingston International Primary School (hk)
http://www.kingston.edu.hk/
Here at Kingston International School, we believe the first step makes the difference.
Our approach is very different. We believe that pre-school to primary school teaching is important in preparing our children not only for success as a student, but also for success in life. Our methods break down the borders between school and home, giving students the freedom to express their creativity so that each child may in their own unique way, grow into a creative, caring, and responsible individual, ready to meet the new challenges in life.
All children learn by doing and through active involvement with their environment they can make sense of the world around them. Our environment here at Kingston, is designed to accommodate these important developmental learning years.
Kingston International School is the first school in Hong Kong to offer the International Baccalnusate Organization - Primary Year Programme. This programme was specially develop for childern ages three to twelve years. It is an equiry based approved to learning that is truly international in its outlook. Children participtate is six :Units of enquiry per acadimic year, that cover a board range of topics of grobal importance.
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Kingston International Primary School | 113 Waterloo Road | Kowloon Tong | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | enquiry@kingston.edu.hk | http://www.kingston.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2337 9031 | fax: +(852) 2337 9970 | school | schools |
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Korean International School (hk)
http://www.kis.edu.hk/
In the Korean International School, there are two sections: The English Section and The Korean Section.
The English Section of the Korean International School was established in 1994 with the aim ofproviding quality English language education to children of allnationalities.
TheKorean International School is a non profit, non-denominational,co-educational organisation, open to all students regardless ofrace, religion or national origin.
The programme mirrors the British national curriculum from Kindergarten(4 years of age), to primary grade (grade 1 to 6) and middle school (grade 7,8,9), and is based on International English standards developed from programs in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and the United States.
The Kindergarten programme (for children aged 4) is an activity based curriculum aimed at increasing linguistic and socialization skills.
All students study a solid foundation in English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. These subjects are complemented with Music, Art, Drama, Physical Education and a Second Language study.
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Korean International School | 55 Lei King Road | Sai Wan Ho | Hong Kong SAR | hk | kisengs@netvigator.com | http://www.kis.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2569 5500 | fax: +(852) 2560 5699 | school | schools |
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Kowloon Junior School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.kjs.edu.hk/
Kowloon Junior School grew from the junior section of the Central British School. Its present buildings at Perth Street were originally occupied in 1950 though they have been extended several times. A second campus, Rose Street, was opened in 1994.
The school is due for redevelopment before 2006. The Perth Street campus will then house a facility capable of accommodating the school as one entity.
KJS serves south and east Kowloon and provides places for 900 children. The school also makes provision for children with moderate learning difficulties.
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Kowloon Junior School (ESF) | 20 Perth Street | Kowloon | Hong Kong SAR | hk | office@perth.kjs.edu.hk | http://www.esf.edu.hk/schools/kjs.html | tel: +(852) 2714 5279 | fax: +(852) 2760 4438 | school | schools |
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Lantau International School (hk)
http://www.lis.edu.hk/
The Lantau International School (L.I.S) provides schooling from Primary One to Primary Six in line with the British National Curriculum. A limited number of children may be accepted at reception level.
L.I.S is fortunate to be located in beautiful Lantau Island, a much more rural and slower paced part of Hong Kong. The school takes full advantage of the green surroundings with outdoor education programs (which includes camping trips, PE on the beach, school hikes, lessons out of doors), and extra curricular clubs.
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Lantau International School | DD328 Tong Fuk Village | Lantau Island | New Territories | Hong Kong SAR | hk | lisadmin@lantau-intl-school.edu.hk | http://www.lantau-intl-school.edu.hk | tel: +(852) 2980 3676 | fax: +(852) 2980 3555 | school | schools |
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Li Po Chun United World College (hk)
http://www.lpcuwc.edu.hk/
One of 10 United World Colleges on four continents, Li Po Chun United World College [LPCUWC] shares their reputation, for academic rigour, active service to the community, and the promotion of international understanding.
The first College, Atlantic College, Wales was founded in 1962 inspired by the ideas of the distinguished German-born educator Kurt Hahn, who also founded schools in Germany and Scotland as well as inspiring the Outward Bound Movement.
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Li Po Chun United World College | 10 Lok Wo Sha Lane | Sai Sha Road | Sha Tin, New Territories | Hong Kong SAR | hk | lpcworld@hkbu.edu.hk | http://www.lpcuwc.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2640 0441 | fax: +(852) 2643 4088 | school | schools |
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Peak School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.ps.edu.hk
The Peak School was first started in 1911-12 and grew rapidly to serve the needs of the community in the area. Its present buildings were financed by public subscription and were taken into use in 1954. The school continues to serve mainly the Peak area of Hong Kong. The school provides 360 places.
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Peak School (ESF) | 20 Plunketts Road | The Peak | Hong Kong SAR | hk | principal@ps.edu.hk | http://www.ps.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2849 7211 | fax: +(852) 2849 7151 | school | schools |
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Quarry Bay School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.qbs.edu.hk
The school began over fifty years ago and was relocated in new, purpose-built premises at Braemar Hill, on the north eastern side of the island, in January 1985. The school provides 720 places.
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Quarry Bay School (ESF) | 6 Hau Yuen Path | Braemar Hill | Hong Kong SAR | hk | qbsoff@qbs.edu.hk | http://www.qbs.edu.hk | tel: +(852) 2566 4242 | fax: +(852) 2887 9849 | school | schools |
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Sear Rogers International School (hk)
http://www.srishk.com
Sear Rogers International School is a co-educational and non-denominational primary and secondary school. It welcomes students of all nationalities from the age of 5-18 years old, and feels that the cutural differences enrich the school environment.
Sris uses the U.K. National Curriculum as its framework for it courses.
In our small classes, students receive the care needed to promote self-confidence and academic success. Our excellent support staff provides academic and personal counseling, assisting each student to adjust to a new life in Hong Kong.
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Sear Rogers International School | 110-118 Caine Road | Mid-Levels | Hong Kong SAR | hk | office@srishk.com | http://www.srishk.com | tel: +(852) 2547 5479 | fax: +(852) 2547 0673 | school | schools | day | IGCSE | SAT (US) | CIE | PITCC | ICAA |
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Sha Tin College (ESF) (hk)
http://www.shatincollege.edu.hk/
Sha Tin College opened in September 1982 to meet increasing demand for places from families in north Kowloon and the New Territories.
The school occupied purpose-built premises overlooking Sha Tin in September 1985. The school provides 1,150 places.
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Sha Tin College (ESF) | 3 Lai Wo Lane | Fo Tan | Sha Tin, New Territories | Hong Kong SAR | hk | college@hk.net | http://www.shatincollege.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2699 1811 | fax: +(852) 2695 0592 | school | schools |
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Sha Tin Junior School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.sjs.edu.hk/
Sha Tin Junior School opened in September 1988. The school provides 540 places and serves the New Territories area of Hong Kong.
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Sha Tin Junior School (ESF) | 3 Lai Wo Lane | Fo Tan | Sha Tin, New Territories | Hong Kong SAR | hk | info@sjs.edu.hk | http://www.sjs.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2692 2721 | fax: +(852) 2602 5572 | school | schools |
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Singapore International School (hk)
http://www.singapore.edu.hk/
Singapore International School is a cosmopolitan community of learners comprising pupils, parents and staff, co-operating synergistically for continuous improvement and happiness in, and for themselves, their families and the world.
SIS offers a bilingual education in English and Mandarin. We follow the Singapore primary curriculum with English, Mandarin, Mathematics and Science as the core subjects. Other subjects include moral education, health education, social studies, art, physical education and pastoral care. Pupils are also taught music, drama and information technology skills. The total development of every child's potential and a rounded education are emphasized in preparing our pupils for meeting the demands of the 21st century. SIS pupils are prepared for the Singapore Primary School Leaving Examination at the end of Primary 6.
The Preparatory Year Department offers a two-year preparatory programme for pupils aged four to six. It has a balanced curriculum which lays the foundation for literacy in English and Mandarin.
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Singapore International School | 23 Nam Long Shan Road | Aberdeen | Hong Kong SAR | hk | secretary@singapore.edu.hk | http://www.singapore.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2872 0266 | fax: +(852) 2872 0431 | school | schools |
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Sir Ellis Kadoorie Primary School (hk)
http://www.sekps.edu.hk/
The mission of the school is to provide a pleasing environment for pupils to enjoy learning; to enhance their effectiveness in communication and develop in them a sense of creativity and commitment through a balanced education programme which covers ethical, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic development.
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Sir Ellis Kadoorie Primary School | 9 Eastern Hospital Road | So Kon Po | Hong Kong SAR | hk | webmaster@sekps.edu.hk | http://www.sekps.edu.hk/ | tel: +(852) 2577 3489 | fax: +(852) 2882 4520 | school | schools |
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South Island School (ESF) (hk)
http://www.sis.edu.hk
South Island School began its life in 1977, as a nucleus of additional classes within Island School. The school moved to its new buildings in Nam Fung Road on the south side of the island during 1983. The intake consists of students from the south side of the island. The school provides 925 places and a unit for students with special learning needs.
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South Island School (ESF) | 50 Nam Fung Road | Hong Kong SAR | hk | sis@schoolmail.com | http://www.sis.edu.hk | tel: +(852) 2555 9313 | fax: +(852) 2553 8811 | school | schools |
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