Results of Public Examinations

Over the years, the overall passing rates of our school in both the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination and Hong Certificate Education Examination had been about 99% and the percentages of grades A to C was about 60% which were well above the overall Hong Kong averages.

The Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination was first launched in 2012. According to Ming Pao Daily News, our school’s first HKDSE Examination results ranked 12th among Hong Kong schools while for the past HKDSE Examinations, our results were far higher than the overall Hong Kong averages:

  • 84% of our students obtained “3322” or better in the 4 core subjects - Chinese Language English Language, Mathematics and Liberal Studies ( the Hong Kong average was 36%);
  • About 100% of our students obtained level 2 or better in all subjects (the Hong Kong average was 94%);
  • The overall percentage of attaining level 4 or above of all subjects was 60% (the Hong Kong average was 34%).

With outstanding results in the HKDSE examination, over 96% of graduates are admitted to universities and tertiary institutes every year. In 2018, all our graduates were admitted to universities and tertiary institutes to further their studies, including a student who was offered a degree programme by Peking University.

With outstanding results in the HKDSE examination, over 96% of graduates are admitted to universities and tertiary institutes every year. In 2018, all our graduates were admitted to universities and tertiary institutes to further their studies, including a student who was offered a degree programme by Peking University.

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The Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination results
of our school are well above the Hong Kong averages

Over 70% of our F.6 graduates were admitted to university programmes offered by the JUPAS, of which 30% were admitted to degree and dual degree programmes offered by the University of Hong Kong, the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Letters of recommendation and scholarships by local universities are received from time to time in commendation of our graduates’ outstanding academic attainment. Our graduate, Leong Ka Karen Long, was awarded the 2016 ASME Arthur L Williston Medal by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and is the first Hong Kong student winner of the award.

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Our graduate, Leong Ka Karen Long, was awarded the 2016 ASME Arthur L Williston Medal and is the first Hong Kong student winner of the award.