Hong Kong

Harrow Hong Kong

Located in a magnificent crescent-shaped building with custom-built facilities near the Gold Coast, Tuen Mun, Harrow Hong Kong integrated elements of educational philosophy, practice and traditions from Harrow School in England into the diverse international community of Hong Kong to provide a highly distinction education.

German Swiss International School

The German Swiss International School Hong Kong (GSIS) was established in 1969 by German Swiss families who were looking for a bilingual German-English education in an international setting. The school offers education in two streams from kindergarten to secondary school, following the German and British school systems. More than 1,300 students from over 30 countries are taught by a committed team of highly-qualified teachers from German and English-speaking countries.

Kellett School

Kellett School was founded in 1976 as a not-for-profit Association by like-minded parents, in order to provide a high-quality British education to the English-speaking community in Hong Kong.
Today, Kellett is a full through-train school, educating over 1300 students from 4 to 18 years. Following the English National Curriculum, Kellett offers a broad curriculum, coupled with a wide variety of extra-curricular activities, that ensures that all Kellett students from Reception through to I/GCSEs and A-levels achieve their own personal bests.

Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong

Part of an established global network of premium international schools, Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong offers the children an English and international curriculum combined with the respected English National Curriculum with our own contemporary approach to learning.

Yew Chung International School

Yew Chung International School (YCIS Hong Kong) provides international education to expatriate and local children aged 6 months – 18. Recognised as one of the top English schools and international schools in Hong Kong, YCIS Hong Kong’s international curriculum with kindergarten, primary and secondary schools (IGCSE & IB) prepares students to become bilingually competent in English and Chinese and internationally minded for a competitive future.

Hong Kong International School

Hong Kong International School is a leading private co-educational college preparatory school for students from Reception One (pre-kindergarten) to Grade 12. Since 1966, HKIS has provided an American-style education grounded in the Christian faith. HKIS offers a warm and inclusive learning environment for over 2,600 students of 40 nationalities and diverse religious backgrounds.

South Island School

South Island School aims to raise consciousness in our school community about the way individuals make a difference in a complex world. The learning philosophy and environment promote freedom of thought, expression and action. South Island School educates all students to develop their skills and their deep learning so they can make informed decisions and take action responsibly.

Kingston International School

Kingston International School offers an IB-PYP bilingual (English/Putonghua) programme for students aged 1 to 11 years of age. Kingston has three campuses – the Kindergarten and Children’s Centre which houses our early years programme for children 1 to 4 years of age, a Lower Primary campus for students from Year 1 to Year 3 and an Upper Primary campus for students from Year 4 to Year 6. Kingston maintain small class sizes and have an English and a Putonghua class teacher for each class. Primary graduates have priority at International College Hong Kong.

Victoria Shanghai Academy

Victoria Shanghai Academy (VSA) is an IB World School, located in Shum Wan next to the Aberdeen Harbour. We have over 1,800 students and offer three IB programmes – Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP). VSA emphasises a holistic approach at the heart of which is inquiry-based learning and teaching. The primary section offers a bilingual education (English and Putonghua), and the secondary curriculum is delivered in English and supplemented by a strong Chinese programme.

King George V School

Established in 1902, King George V School is one of the oldest school in Hong Kong, with a rich and historical background. KGV is committed to providing an environment where each and every person engages in remarkable learning to achieve at high levels and be the best they can be. It offers programs in IGCSE, IB and BTEC.

Malvern College Hong Kong

Malvern College Hong Kong (MCHK) was awarded a greenfield site adjacent to the Hong Kong Science Park through a highly competitive allocation exercise. MCHK opened its doors in August 2018 and will ultimately provide around 1000 places for both Primary and Secondary pupils from a range of cultural and educational backgrounds. MCHK is working in close partnership with Malvern College UK to embed the strong ethos and educational practices of its mother school.

ISF

The Independent Schools Foundation Academy

The ISF Academy offers a unique education in Hong Kong. It is an internationally accredited independent school offering a Chinese and English immersion education with a global perspective. Striking a balance between tradition and innovation, between East and West, The ISF Academy is a connected community of learners that is based on a vision of education where the power of ideas to shape lives is understood and respected, and where hope for a better, brighter future forms an essential driving force for learning.

ICHK

International College Hong Kong Secondary

A dynamic IB World School set across two campuses in the beautiful New Territories. The school celebrates high academic results, has a strong community ethos and provides a supportive environment where students of all nationalities can thrive.

Hong Kong Adventist Academy

Hong Kong Adventist Academy (HKAA) is a private school located in Clearwater Bay, offering Christian educational program from primary to Grade 12. The program combines the best features of the American, British and Hong Kong curriculum. In the elementary and middle school section, HKAA offers a hybrid of the American common core, International Primary Curriculum, and local Chinese and Mathematics curriculum. In the high school section, HKAA offers a US high school diploma program in affiliation with Griggs International Academy (GIA).

Chinese International School

Chinese International School is committed to the achievement of academic excellence and is characterised and enriched by its dual-language programme in Chinese and English. The mission of Chinese International School is to inspire students to a lifelong love of learning.

The school encourages intellectual curiosity and independent, critical and creative thinking which will maximise students’ potential and promote the growth of the whole person. The school prepares its students to be compassionate, ethical and responsible individuals, contributing to local and global communities, respectful of other views, beliefs and cultures, and concerned to make a difference in the world.

Canadian International School of Hong Kong

CDNIS is a non-profit, private, independent school of 1,800 students and 300 staff united by the joy of learning, excellence in achievement, and development of character. Since 1991, CDNIS has built upon a solid foundation of academic excellence and rigour to create a warm, inclusive environment in which all of our students feel welcome and valued. CDNIS is an IB World School and one of only six in Hong Kong to offer three IB programmes – Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme, and the Diploma Programme.

The Harbour School

The Harbour School offers an American curriculum that has been adapted to be consistent with both American and British standards and uses the AERO and Common Core Standards, which are used by elite schools both within the United States and internationally.
The rigorous curriculum prepares children for challenges and opportunities both in and outside of the classroom. In addition to the core subjects of Mathematics, Literacy, Social Studies and Science, the School believes it necessary to move beyond a focus on basic competency to promoting understanding of academic content at much higher levels by weaving 21st century interdisciplinary themes into the curriculum including digital literacies, environmental, civic and global awareness, communication and innovation skills. Our approach to learning emphasizes on engaging, developing and nurturing student interests, strengths and confidence through active and experiential learning.

Australian International School Hong Kong

A warm community and premier learning environment, Australian International School Hong Kong (AISHK) is a non-profit, co-educational day school for students from Reception (age four) to Year 12. Founded in 1995, AISHK currently welcomes more than 1,100 students from a variety of cultural backgrounds.

Operating on an Australian school year (late January to mid-December), AISHK is the only school in Hong Kong to utilise the Australian curriculum. AISHK provides broad yet tailored educational pathways by offering senior secondary students the option to undertake either the New South Wales Higher School Certificate (NSW HSC) or the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP). This creates a seamless transition for our students to all universities and tertiary institutions in Australia and around the world.

Hong Kong Academy

Hong Kong Academy (HKA) is a non-profit, lead international school with a personal, individualised approach to education and an engaged, close-knit community. With well over 600 students, HKA offers the International Baccalaureate Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes for students from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.