History and Objectives

The Canadian community, at the request of Hong Kong Government, established the Canadian International School of Hong Kong Limited in 1991.  The School, open to students of all nationalities, aims to provide a well-rounded, high quality, international education from reception level to graduation.  The School is staffed by creative, dynamic teachers and a strong administration team, consisting of the Head of School, Upper and Lower School Principals and Upper and Lower School Vice-Principals, and overseen by an elected Board of Governors and an appointed Advisory Council.  The Honorary Patron of the School is the Chief Secretary for Administration, S.A.R.  Government, and the Honorary President is the Consul General for Canada in Hong Kong.

Mission Statement

“To Develop Responsible Global Citizens and Leaders through Academic Excellence”

Under the guidance and expertise of the teaching staff, students will participate actively in their own learning, using a variety of techniques: formal lessons, discussion groups, and investigating and discovery.  In keeping with the student’s age and abilities, a certain amount of daily homework will be assigned.  Parental involvement is an important part of each student’s progress.

All students are expected to speak English except when studying Chinese or French.

 

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