School Publications

  • The Hong Kong Harrovian
  • Scientific Harrovian
  • Humanities Harrovian
  • Literary Harrovian

The first edition of The Hong Kong Harrovian was published in October 2014. This pupil newspaper is partly inspired by The Harrovian from Harrow School in London, a weekly publication that dates back to 1828. The spirit of the newspaper is similar; pupils are given the opportunity to report on School events and to express their views on various topics of interest.

Scientific Harrovian is the Harrow Hong Kong’s annual Science magazine that provides a forum for pupils in the Upper School to publish scholarly articles or reports on scientific work and research.

Humanities Harrovian, like its counterparts in Science and Literature, aims to broaden pupils’ academic range outside of the classroom through engaging articles on a variety of topics in the Humanities and Social Sciences. 

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As Harrow Hong Kong’s literary magazine, the Literary Harrovian provides a platform for students to explore and showcase their literary talents through a range of poetry, short stories and prose.

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