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Functions & Achievements
We are pleased to announce that two of our students, Lai Ching Kei (5G) and Ma Tin Lok (5G) have been awarded the AmCham Charitable Foundation 2019/2020 Prize Book Award and the Princeton Club of Hong Kong - Book Award 2020 respectively.
The AmCham Charitable Foundation Prize Book Award is given to students in the next-to-graduating class who demonstrate excellence in scholarship with achievements in community service, leadership, and other related fields.
As for the Princeton Club of Hong Kong - Book Award, it is given to students who exemplify excellence in academic, service, and leadership excellence. Awardees need to demonstrate a high degree of academic excellence, including a strong motivation to learn and active engagement in academic pursuits inside or outside of school, in addition to a dedication to serve the local or world community as well as leadership skills in non-academic endeavours.
Congratulations to Lai Ching Kei and Ma Tin Lok again for gaining the awards!
The Math team is pleased to announce that they have achieved marvelous results in the International Mathematical Olympiad Selection Contest 2020. Results are as follows:
Wong Long Hin 4G
Tang Ho Yin 4G
Kan Cheuk Hin 5G
Chong Hon Tsun 1F
Ma Tin Lok 5G
Xie Lingrui 4G
Ng Cheuk Him 1D
Congratulations to all the prize winners and thanks to their teacher advisor Ms Luk for her guidance and support.
The Chinese Debating Team is pleased to announce that they have captured the first runner-up in the 35th Sing Tao Inter-School Debating Competition (Chinese Section) held on 26 th June 2020.
Team members are:
Kwok Alex 4E (17)
Chan Cheuk Hang Marcus 4F (3)
Cheung Ngo Hin 4G (5)
Chan Nok Him 4C (1)
Chan Kai Chit Keith 3E (3)
Chan Anson Hok Yin 3D (2)
Luo Ho Chun 1A (20)
Congratulations to the Chinese Debating Team and thanks to their advisors Mr. Kuk, Mr. Poon, Mr. Tsang, Ms Woo, Ms Yu all old boy and parent supporters.
The BAFS Team is pleased to announce that Chan Hin Nok (5E), Chau Kei Hou Keith (5F), Kwok Pak Yin (5F), Tsang Justin Anthony (5F) and Wong Chun Him (5F) have obtained outstanding results in the HKICPA Accounting and Business Management Case Competition 2019-20. Their team was awarded as the ‘first runner-up’ of the competition and won $3,500 in cash, a trophy and certificates, and are entitled to a visit to SOGO later in the year.
Organized by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Competition has received a total of 507 teams with over 1,740 students from 87 schools registered for both Level 1 and Level 2 of Competition in this year.
For Level 2 of the Competition, the participating teams are required to submit a written business proposal, analyzing the prospect of Lifestyle International Holdings Limited (Stock code: 1212) and formulating a business plan to further enhance the Group’s performance. 6 teams with the best proposal will then be chosen to join the final round, where the teams would be engaged in a 15-minutes presentation and 5-minutes Q&A session. However, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19, the final round of the competition, which included a presentation and Q&A section, was held via “Zoom”.
In addition, a second team won a Certificate of Merit. The members of the second team are: Lam Tsz Chun Brian (5E), Tsui Tsz Hin Adrian (5E), Kenneth Wong (5E), Lai Yuk Ming (5G).
Congratulations to the team for their achievements. The students would like to express their sincere gratitude to their teacher advisor Ms. Helen Law for her guidance throughout the competition.
Wong Tsz Wai (5F) was awarded the HKICPA/HKABE Joint Scholarships for BAFS 2019-2020 by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) and the Hong Kong Association for Business Education Limited (HKABE) in May.
The HKICPA awards the scholarship annually to recognise secondary school students who have achieved excellence in the subject of BAFS in their schools.
Congratulations to Tsz Wai for his achievements and thanks to his teacher advisor, Ms Helen Law for her guidance and support.
Congratulations to 5G Oliver Lai Ching Kei, the awardee of the Kowloon City District Outstanding Student Award Selection 2019-20 in the senior section (F.4-6). Congratulations also to 3G Ho Kai Shun, who captured the merit award of the above selection in the junior section (F.1-3).
The Kowloon City District Outstanding Student Award Selection is co organized by the Kowloon City District School Principals' Liaison Committee, Kowloon City District Office of the Home Affairs Department and the Kowloon City District Council. Each year, the committee selects ten primary pupils, ten F.1-3 and ten F.4-6 students, who excel themselves in their academic studies, ECA and commitments to the community.
The College is pleased to announce that our team has won the Judges Commendation Award in the HKCC Business Excellence Contest for secondary schools in Hong Kong.
The HKCC Business Excellence Contest is an annual business competition organized by the Hong Kong Community College of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University for Secondary 4-6 students. The theme of the competition this year was “Business Revitalisation Campaign”. Participating teams were required to analyze the business and market of a corporation in Hong Kong, and make use of their creativity and critical thinking skills to design a product or a service strategy, along with a promotional strategy for the corporation to revitalize the business under the intense competition of Hong Kong’s current economic situation.
Members of the winning team are:
(4E) Lee Wing Hang
(4E) Wong Matthew
(4F) Chan Man Yat
(4F) Yiu Pan Chung
Congratulations to the prize winners and heartfelt gratitude to their teacher advisor, Ms Helen Law, for her guidance.
Congratulations to Joseph Ho (5G), the winner of the Kiwanis Community Service Award 2020.
Kiwanis is a worldwide service organization of men and women who share the challenge of community and world improvement. The motto is "serving the children of the world." The Kiwanis Club of Hong Kong founded the ‘Kiwanis Community Services Award’ for Secondary School Students who have distinguished themselves in their leadership within the school's community service programmes, as well as their excellence in studying community service needs and devising innovative solutions to address them.