On Saturday 26 November 2022, La Salle College warmly welcomed prospective students, parents, and teachers to its first in-person Information Day in four years' time. The event was also broadcasted online. While parents were listening attentively to the essential information for their children’s enrolment in our college, prospective students were led by our school’s Prefects and Class Representatives to go on school tours and took part in an interactive session enthusiastically to have a glimpse of the college life.
With perseverance and hard work, our school’s Symphony Orchestra captured the gold award in the 2022 Hong Kong Youth Music Interflows - Symphony Orchestra Interflow. The orchestra members would like to thank Mr. Kelvin NGAI, the conductor, Br. Thomas, Mr. Wan, Mr. Lam and all teacher advisors, parents and old boy supporters for their guidance and support.
On 17th November, the College held its Annual Speech Day and Prize Giving Ceremony. The Guest of Honour this year was the Most Reverend Stephen Chow Sau Yan, S. J., Bishop of Hong Kong.
Bishop Chow encouraged the graduates that living an interesting, meaningful and fruitful life is pivotal. To realize this, the young men will encounter hardships, yet failure is not fatal. He remarked that being young is a great asset as it is the best time when they could learn from mistakes and embrace growth, through which their integrity and maturity could be nurtured. It is also the time when most lifelong friendships and companionship are found and consolidated, which they should well cherish.
Congratulations to the Class of 2022 and all prize winners!
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It has been a long tradition that the Catholic Society and Interact Club represent the College to participate in the Caritas Bazaar to raise funds for Caritas Hong Kong in support of their charity work across the territory.
After the three-year pandemic break, the Caritas Bazaar (Kowloon) was once again held on Sunday, 13 November 2022. Thanks to the members of the Catholic Society and Interact Club in setting up game booths for the visitors to enjoy. Credits must also go to their Teacher Advisors for their support of the event.
The Kowloon Region Outstanding Students Association is a charity that aims to provide a platform for students from the 5 districts in Kowloon to interchange their perspectives on society and develop a fine personality. We are delighted to announce that Anson Chan from 4G has received the Distinguished Student's Award in the election this year.
Congratulations to Anson and many thanks to the support of our teachers!