Please refer to the age guidelines for the appropriate year of entry.
Entry in August 2019
Entry is open for all year groups for August 2019. Please note deadlines for applications.
|Year Group||Application Deadline||
|K1 (3+ years)||1 November 2018||Tuesday 15, Wednesday 16, Wednesday 23 & Thursday 24 January 2019|
|K2 (4+ years)||1 November 2018||Monday 26, Wednesday 28 & Friday 30 November 2018|
|Year 1 (5+ years)||1 October 2018||Saturday 10 November 2018|
|Year 2 (6+ years)||1 November 2018||Saturday 19 January 2019|
|Year 3 (7+ years)||1 November 2018||Thursday 10 & Thursday 17 January 2019|
|Year 4 (8+ years)||1 November 2018||Tuesday 29 & Wednesday 30 January 2019|
|Year 5 (9+ years)||1 November 2018||Wednesday 21 & Thursday 22 November 2018|
|Year 6 (10+ years)||1 November 2018||Monday 12, Friday 16 & Monday 19 November 2018|
|Year 7 (11+ years)||1 November 2018||Friday 25 & Monday 28 January 2019|
|Year 8 (12+ years)||1 November 2018||Monday 3 & Friday 7 December 2018|
|Year 9 (13+ years)||1 November 2018||Tuesday 27 & Thursday 29 November 2018|
|Year 10 (14+ years)||1 November 2018||Tuesday 4 December 2018|
|Sixth Form (16+ years)||Open Evening on Thursday 4 October 2018||Wednesday 31 October 2018 & Spring Term 2019
(for registered invited pupils only)
Applications from strong pupils after the published deadlines will be considered subject to places being available, especially if applicants are from overseas and do not have a place in a school in Hong Kong.
There are a number of important guiding principles that influence the admissions procedures:
- The Education Bureau stipulates 50% of places can be given to local pupils with Hong Kong passports and 50% of all pupils in the Upper School (from Year 6 and above) must be weekly boarders. The School will, therefore, consider applications from pupils re-locating to Hong Kong from overseas after the published deadlines.
- Applications from pupils from Mainland China, Macau and Taiwan are considered if their parents have Hong Kong residency and the necessary supporting documentation (such pupils are then deemed to be local Hong Kong pupils) or if the pupil holds an additional overseas passport eligible for entry to Hong Kong.
- English proficiency is necessary in order to access the full range of the curriculum, and to be able to contribute positively to the School community.
- The House structure in the Upper School means there must be a balance between boarders and day pupils, as well as boys and girls in each year group: this has consequences on admissions in the Lower School and the availability of places at any one time in a particular year group.
- Apart from in exceptional circumstances, and at the discretion of the Head, the School does not normally accept pupils into Years 11 and 13.