We use cookies to improve your online experience. To learn more please refer to ourPrivacy Policy.

Sorry but this form will not work without cookies enabled. Please adjust your browser settings to enable cookies to continue. For more information on how to do this please see ourPrivacy Policy.

  • We are a truly international school

    With 40+ nationalities represented at our school we are rich in cultural diversity

    Boys in lab

  • Our promises

    We nurture academic excellence, social confidence, manners, and both respect and self-respect.

    Teacher helping young students paint

  • Inspiring and passionate

    Our teachers are all well qualified and highly experienced in what they do, we give students the opportunities they need to lead

    Teacher with student

  • A personalised approach to learning

    Our approach focuses on the individual child, coupled with global opportunities offers every child unique experiences.

    Boy in class

  • Taking learning beyond the classroom

    "There is more in you than you think"

    Teacher and student in classroom

  • Inside our school

    Keep up to date with our news and connect with each other

    Children playing

  • Ask us any question

    We can help with any query about your move abroad or just help put your mind at ease about schooling here

    Boys playing

Protect the ocean with artwork

04 November 2016

  • 20161104 Protect Ocean -3
  • 20161104 Protect Ocean -1
  • 20161104 Protect Ocean -2

Students of Year 8 spent a lovely sunny day in Repulse Bay on Wednesday learning about ways we can protect our oceans and taking part in a huge piece of human artwork. They joined over 800 other children, teachers and volunteers on the front page of the South China Morning Post as they attempted to bring back “Lap Sap Chung,” Hong Kong’s legendary trash monster, in a message to the world that plastic pollution endangers our sea animals and health of the ocean.