Best High Schools in Hong Kong

Following are some of the best high schools in Hong Kong:

La Salle College - It has won the Helping Hands Award for the 10th consecutive year. This award is for the the most significant contribution to Helping Hands through various activities by the students of La Salle College including fund raising for Helping Hands. The school has established a Jubilee Fund to enhance learning and teaching and help set up and run special student development programmes.

St. Paul's Co-educational College (SPCC) - It was the first school in Hong Kong to enforce uniform dress code. SPCC is one of the first schools to convert from an aided school to a Direct Subsidy Scheme school, and has adopted a 'through-train' mode with its primary school since 2002.

Queen's College - It is the oldest Government school in Hong Kong. Founded in 1862 by the English Government, Queen's College was the first formal Anglo-Chinese Secondary School in Hong Kong.

King's College - King's College students achieved excellent results in numerous renowned science competitions. It was awarded the “BEST SCHOOL AWARD” in the Hong Kong Physics Olympiad 2009.

Wah Yan College, Hong Kong (WYCHK)- It is a grant-in-aid secondary school in Hong Kong, founded on December 16, 1919 by Tsui Yan Sau Peter. Fully subsidized by the Government of Hong Kong, WYCHK is a grammar school using English as the medium of instruction.

Marymount Secondary School - It has always been ranked as the top secondary school in Hong Kong. Notable alumni include: Nancy Wong (former Principal of Marymount Secondary School), Lorraine Moore (Artist), Anna Wu (former President of the Hong Kong Equal Opportunities Commission), etc.

Belilios Public School (BPS) - It is the first government school for girls in Hong Kong, established in 1890. It was also the first bilingual school in Hong Kong.

St. Paul's Secondary School - It is a Catholic Grant-in-aid Anglo-Chinese Secondary Grammar School for girls. It was selected as one of the 10 pilot secondary schools in the IT in Education Pilot Scheme in 1998.

St. Paul's Convent School (SPCS) - It is a Catholic girls' school established by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres from France in 1854. The School counts a total of 15 winners of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, placing third among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.

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