Co-curricular Activities

Our Goals


Our School treasures each student as a unique individual. Along with cultivating their academic faculties, we strive to develop students’ potentials in different fields. From art, music and photography to sports, current affairs, language and culture, we offer a wide spectrum of activities to attain all-round education. We have 24 vibrant clubs and societies organizing a rich variety of functions and activities. These co-curricular activities boom under a three-way development: intellect, interests and social services. Each student is required to join at least one and no more than three clubs, so that students achieve diversified growth without over-burdening themselves.


To inculcate in our students the importance of continuous improvement and quality enhancement, we will guide them to input their ‘Other Learning Experience’ (OLE) record into the ‘Student Learning Profile’ (SLP) system every year. This scheme aims at promoting students’ participation in co-curricular activities and giving recognition to their achievements outside formal school curricula. Service award is also launched to recognize students’ good performance in leadership, as well as serving the school and community.


Co-curricular Activities are divided into three categories:


  1. Interests:
    Art, Dance, Chess & Bridge, Music, Photography, Robotics, Astronomy, Magic and Sports;
  2. Intellect:
    Chinese, Putonghua, English, Geography, Computer, Current Affairs, Drama, Organic Farming, Mathematics, Science;
  3. Uniformed Groups and Social Services:
    Scouts, Girl Guides, Red Cross, Social Service Group and National Flag Team.


Other co-curricular activities include education tours abroad and follow-up studies, fencing practice, HD campus TV.



Herbal Indigo Dye Workshop in Cultural Day


Blood Donation Day organized by Red Cross


Butterfly Survey organized by Science Club


Inter-house Art Competition


Inter-house Quiz Competition


Talent Show organized by Student Council during post-exam period