School News

9 Jan 2017 - The Opening of the Legal Year Service

Each year, the school choir is invited to perform at the Opening of the Legal Year Service, this year being no exception. The Service gathers together members of the legal profession in Hong Kong to ask for God's guidance, and that He grant them wisdom and justice for their work in the coming legal year. The Senior Choir conferred their blessings on Hong Kong's legal profession by singing two lyrical yet dramatic pieces, namely Omnia Sol and I Will Lift Up my Eyes, both composed by the renowned Z. Randall Stroope. The mesmerising acoustics at St. John's Cathedral were seen to add a noticeable spark to the choir's performance.

Our belief is that singing is praying twice. We are therefore grateful to have the chance to spread blessings from God through our music.

3 Jan 2017 – Be a leader, not a follower (CB & PB Camp)

Our school prefects and Central Board members rose early in the morning on 3rd January for the leadership camp – a new start in their leadership development to match the start of the New Year. The first activity was campus tracing, where the participants’ physical strength was tested. They had to complete a variety of highly difficult tasks, teaching our leaders how to formulate strategies. They were able to enhance their communication skills and their methods of interaction with others. After lunch, campers had to put together clues to complete a mission, while acquiring listening skills and practicing effective division of labour. During the camp, campers were able to assure themselves of their strengths and reflect on their weaknesses. For all participants, the camp was the latest step on the journey towards becoming future women leaders!

1 Jan 2017 – New Year Concert

Our school kick-started 2017 with the annual New Year Concert, where the secondary, primary and kindergarten sections sang together in harmony. The concert was held in the Holy Spirit Hall of the primary section, aiming to raise money for the revitalization of Delia's Wing. The mesmerizing music created a joyous atmosphere in the hall, perfect for the start of the year. "Click clack" - the step dance performed by the secondary senior choir reminded us to stay lively and rhythmic after a year's hard work. Happy New Year and live 2017 to the fullest!

17 Dec 2016 – PTA: Delia’s Wing Fundraising Dinner

With the joint efforts of the GHSPTA and GHPScK (PS) PTA, the Delia’s Wing Fundraising Dinner was held successfully on 17th December 2016. Parents and their family members from our kindergarten, primary and secondary sections were very supportive of the event: within a week, all tickets had been sold out.

Before dinner, guests were attracted by the rich array of souvenirs at the sales counter - including Delia’s Wing postcards, folders, tumblers, GHS dolls and red packets - as wonderful performances by students from all 3 sections and a past student garnered enthusiastic rounds of applause from the audience. Special thanks must be given to parents who donated stand firm cups, piano figurines, clothes and iPhone cases for sale or as table prizes, as well as the parent who sponsored the balloon decorations in the Covered Playground and Our Lady’s Hall, which created such a welcoming and festive atmosphere.

Mrs. Laura Green, our Principal, then showcased the infrastructure of the new Delia’s Wing to the assembled parents and informed them how they could support the ‘InterMission: Delia’s Wing Revitalised’ Campaign to benefit the learning of their daughters.

Some of the parents in attendance were past students of the School. It was really such a touching scene to see them supporting the School with their daughters, who are now studying in one of the 3 sections. In addition, the parent-daughter Masters and Mistresses of Ceremony formed 3 perfectly-matched pairs who brought a lot of happiness to the guests.

All the hard work paid off. The Delia’s Wing Fundraising Dinner raised a net total of $859,087.

Our heartfelt gratitude must go to the GHSPTA and GHPScK (PS) PTA, as well as the parents who gave their full support to this meaningful event. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

Cultamap Workshops

The Cultamap Workshops were held successfully with the guidance of a local artist, Mr. Ricky Yeung. During these 4 sessions, students created a variety of artwork with the theme of ‘ocean’ to promote environmental awareness. Through this process, our schoolmates gained an insight into the urgent need for environmental protection and how a little change in our daily lives - such as reducing our consumption of plastic bottles - can actually save numerous species, including humans. In addition, the workshops enhanced our schoolmates' artistic techniques and as well as demonstrating how recycled products can be made into wonderful artwork displays.

The 68th Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival

We were thrilled as we got news from students and colleagues, one after the other, that Good Hopers were doing extremely well in the 68th Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival. Once again, our students have filled the festival with great enthusiasm, creativity and ebullience. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all the English Panel members for their concentrated effort, tireless preparation and selfless dedication. It is really amazing to see what we can achieve when we pour our heart into something, even more so the joy it brings us! Thank you very much!

The results:

Girls Choral Speaking (Urban - Kowloon and HK Island)

First Place (Honours) - 1B

First Place (Merit) - 3B

Third Place (Merit) - 2A

Third place (Merit) - 5B

Harmonic Speaking (Open, all districts)

First Place (Merit) - The S.4 Team (comprises girls from 4C and 4D)

Words and Movements (Open, all districts)

First Place (Honours) - 1C

Third Pace (Merit) - 2E

17 Dec 2016 - Law Society TeenTalk 2016 - Moot Court Competition

This competition gave the students an opportunity to learn first hand about the work of trial attorneys, the legal procedure and the court’s adversarial system. They were encouraged to understand and appreciate the potential conflict between the law and morality of a case. It was also an opportunity for students to boost their self-confidence and cultivate their public speaking skills in a Court environment before a real life judge.

In this friendly competition against the students from La Salle College, both Yeung Wan Yan, Priscilla (5D) and Yuen Ka Lam, Kendall (5D) were awarded the Best Performance as Counsel Award, and Li Kar Hing, Kimmy (5E) was awarded the Best Performance as Witness Award.

A ceremony was then held on 17th December to celebrate the outstanding performances of the participating schools, as well as raise students’ awareness of Internet crimes. Good Hope school student representatives were present at the ceremony to receive the Best Team Award presented by the organizer. Congratulations to the participants!

17 Dec 2016 – Trade Fair of JA Company Programme

Numerous studies have shown that entrepreneurship education equips young people with essential thinking skills that enable them to be the boss of their life. Our S.5 BAFS students have participated in the JA Company Programme, in which they form a company, design a product, raise capital and implement their business plan under the guidance of two volunteer business advisors. The highlight of the programme was the trade fair in Central on 17 December, with participation by 108 teams from different schools and organisations. Our students sold UniqueCoin, a multi-purpose model kit that can be assembled into a coin sorter, a photo frame and a stationery organizer. They learnt a lot in the product development process, from idea screening, detailed investigation and testing, to market launch. In January, they will prepare an Annual General Meeting for shareholders, the liquidation of the company and evaluate the overall learning experience.

3 Dec 2016 – Starry Night: A Night for Delia’s Wing

After six months of preparation, “Starry Night: A Night for Delia’s Wing” was held in the Covered Playground and Our Lady’s Hall on 3 Dec 2016. Apart from celebrating the homecoming of our past students, it was also the launch of the ‘InterMission: Delia’s Wing Revitalised’ Campaign, a collaborative effort by alumni from several different decades and friends of GHS who support the whole-school approach of fostering the multi-dimensional development of our young Hopers.

More than 500 guests attended the dinner, including MIC Sisters, alumni, past and current teachers, as well as Friends of Good Hope. Many past students also brought their families with them. Everyone was so excited to meet old friends and teachers. Before dinner, there were guided campus tours to show our guests the latest facilities of our school.

The official opening ceremony started off with a Lion Dance hosted by Sister Mary Olga Lam MIC, Sister Pauline Yuen MIC, staff and students from all 3 sections. Guests were thrilled to find the dynamic lions dancing around the two venues. Mrs. Laura Green, our Principal, then showcased the new infrastructure of Delia’s Wing to all the guests and informed them how they could support the ‘InterMission: Delia’s Wing Revitalised’ Campaign for the learning of the young Hopers.

The highlights of the evening were the live and secret auctions. Special thanks should be given to donors and bidders alike for making the auctions so successful. The Line Dance was another highlight, performed by past teachers and alumni. The evening ended happily with the singing of the school song. The lyrics reminded everyone of our unique identity as Good Hopers.

With the joint effort of the Good Hope Community, the school raised a total amount of HK$650,562 for the redevelopment of the new Delia’s Wing.

Well done, everyone!



Gardening Club & Green Club - Farming Programme

The Gardening Club and Green Club collaboratively joined the farming programme organized by the Produce Green Foundation. Jane, the host of the programme, spent three lessons teaching us how to cultivate young seedlings into strong, healthy lettuce. In the first lesson, we learned how to transplant the seedlings. After that, we added food waste as a fertilizer for the growth and development of the plants. In the last lesson, our members got the chance to experience harvesting. We really enjoyed the fun of farming and gardening through this programme. We also learned to respect life, love the school and love nature.

True Light Girls’ Invitational Mathematics Contest 2016

Facing keen competition from 238 other talented Mathematicians from 61 participating schools, Isabel Cheung, Karina Chu, Macy Chung and Charlotte Yang of 4F were crowned group champions at the True Light Girls’ Invitational Mathematics Contest 2016 held on November 26th. This is our third group champion award over the past 4 years in this event. Furthermore, Karina Chu also achieved the position of 2nd-runner up in the individual event. Congratulations!

Embarking on the Journey of Mentoring

“The most valuable present that we can give to our school is our experience.” Guided by these grateful minds, the Good Hope School Past Student Association (GHSPSA) organized the 5th Mentorship programme, the opening ceremony for which was held on Saturday 19th November, 2016.

The GHSPSA Mentorship Programme is a year-long activity during which current students are connected to past students working in the specific field they are interested in. To our delight, 107 students and 31 appreciative and experienced past students are joining in this year after the new feature of small-grouping was added. The total number of Hopers participating has now reached a new peak!

To kick-off the programme, both mentors and mentees were given a briefing on their roles, such as expectations and ground rules to follow, accompanied by an opening speech and prize presentation ceremony delivered by our Principal, Mrs. Green. Afterwards, mentors and mentees got into their groups to break the ice, introducing themselves, exploring mutual interests and listening with respect. It was encouraging to observe that mentors and mentees alike were reluctant to end the ceremony, taking up their new roles with relish.

“Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.” — Julius Caesar. Putting faith in success, mentors and mentees can establish trust that overcomes challenges and enriches each other’s lives.

Basic Law Exhibition 2016

To prepare for the 20th anniversary of the implementation of the Basic Law in Hong Kong, the Personal, Social, and Humanities Education (PSHE) KLA organised a Basic Law Exhibition for the whole student body from 11th – 21st October 2016. At the exhibition, book collections related to the enactment of the Basic Law and the “One Belt, One Road” development strategy were placed at the library, where they were introduced to students in a book display. Students were encouraged to explore the areas of the Basic Law in which they were interested. The PSHE KLA also specially designed a board display to introduce the basic concepts of the Basic Law to students. To consolidate students’ knowledge, an online quiz was prepared by the KLA. Students could access the quiz by scanning a Quick Response Code. Altogether, 1,584 attempts at the quiz were recorded.

16 & 18 Nov, 2016 - Internal Speech Festival

The School’s Internal Speech Festival was held on 16 and 18 November, 2016. All participants interpreted their speeches the best they could during the competitions, showcasing the effort they have put into preparing over the past few months. The competitors received valuable comments from the adjudicators to help them make improvements for their coming external competitions. It was impressive to see schoolmates standing on the stage performing their speeches confidently in front of the audience members and adjudicators. We are looking forward to celebrating their achievements in the Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival, currently underway.

STEM Cup Challenge 2016

To awaken students’ interest in and enhance the development of STEM education, the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association recently organised the inaugural “Excellence in Education - STEM Cup Challenge 2016”. The competition, which successfully gathered 1000 enthusiastic contestants from primary and secondary schools to participate, consisted of a quiz testing students’ STEM knowledge in a variety of disciplines. 100 students were selected from each of the primary and secondary levels. In the final, contestants made a model from the designated materials by following specific instructions. They then modified their products to attempt the final task, which had a one-hour time limit.

We are pleased to announce that Kristen Chu and Stephanie Cho (2B) were able to obtain a bronze and a merit award respectively in this demanding competition. Congratulations on their splendid effort!

Higher Education Exhibition 2016

There are many diverse opportunities beyond secondary school education. To help students get a clearer picture of what’s on offer, the Careers Guidance Committee organized the Higher Education Exhibition during Parents’ Day on 5th November. To inform students about the variety of programmes offered by tertiary institutions, a series of activities were arranged, including information booths, theme talks and chit-chat sessions. Current students and their parents had the opportunity to gather with past students to gain a real insight into university life, modes of study and interview arrangements. Further information about programmes of interest was also provided by student ambassadors from various institutions. After the informative interactions, students reported feeling better equipped to make plans and choices for their post-secondary school life.

12 Nov 2016 - The Zonta Z Installation Ceremony

Good Hope School Zonta Z Club members attended the momentous Zonta Z Installation Ceremony held at St Mary's Canossian College on 12 November. Zontians from the six schools, namely Good Hope School, Hong Kong International School, St Mary's Canossian College, St Paul's Convent School, St Stephen's Girls' College and True Light Girls' College, were at the ceremony to show their dedication to the Mother Zonta Club of Hong Kong.

All six new Presidents delivered their speeches, highlighting their past service and the annual plans for this year. During the ceremony, members lit up candles, symbolizing their determination to empower women through service and advocacy. Each president received a Z pin. Before the end of the ceremony, all Zontians made the following pledge: "I promise to fulfill to the best of my ability, the obligation of membership in Zonta Club".

We promised to dedicate ourselves fully to the Zonta Z Club of Good Hope School and follow the good deeds of our Mother Club.

9 & 10 Nov 2016 - Sports Day

The annual Sports Day was held on the 9th and 10th November at Wan Chai Sports Ground. Students cheered for their housemates to give them tremendous support whilst the athletes on the field did their very best in all of the events. Every house member showed their team spirit and sportsmanship throughout the Sports Day.

The Run to Tokyo event was also a great success. The records show it had the highest number of participants in the last few years! It was good to see all students participating in the events diligently.

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7 Nov 2016 - Inter-school Swimming Competition 2016

Our Good Hope swimmers unleashed their full potential and put superb effort into the Inter-school Swimming Competition. Good Hopers at the pool proudly cheered at the top of their lungs in order to show their support to the swimmers. Overall, the Good Hope Aquatics Team placed second runner-up. A big thank you to all the swimmers!

4 Nov 2016 – School Walkathon

The School Walkathon was held on 4th November at The Peak. With ideal weather conditions, teachers and students enjoyed their wonderful time in nature with loads of enthusiasm. The Walkathon aimed to raise funds for the revitalization of Delia’s Wing, as well as giving an opportunity to every one of us to take our time and relax our minds.

This year, the school allowed us to bring along our pets to the walkathon. Students and teachers were delighted to be accompanied by their pets on the journey. It was so encouraging to see everyone participating joyfully in the event!

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Microfilm Training Program

This summer, Christine Cheung of 6C and Sammy Yau of 6D were selected to join a microfilm training program organized by The Chinese Rhenish Church Hong Kong Synod. During the program, different stages of video production were taught, including the techniques of video shooting, video and audio editing, and lighting. Not only did they learn the skills and techniques of making a microfilm, but they also had a go on an aerial camera!

They then formed a group with students from other schools to join a video competition and finally they won the competition! Their video was about informing the public of the negative impacts of drug abuse and encouraging rehabilitated drug abusers to re-establish a healthy lifestyle.

Details can be found from this URL: (Please click the logo of "Senior Student Group" to watch the video)

Congratulations to Sammy and Christine!


The Pink Revolution

The Pink Revolution was a project organized by the Hong Kong Cancer Fund, which aimed to raise people’s awareness about breast cancer. To show our support, our school’ Zonta Z Club organized two events in October: book recommendations and a charity sale.

Each week, a book on breast cancer was introduced to teaching and non-teaching staff as well as students. Then, on 26 October, a charity sale was hosted during lunch in Our Lady’s Hall. Pink ribbon pins and bags of cookies – each including 3 home-made cookies and a file –from the Hong Kong Cancer Fund were on sale.

With the great effort and love of the whole school, we were able to raise $5000 in total and donated this amount to the Hong Kong Cancer Fund for their high-quality and free service for breast cancer patients.

‘It is more blessed to give than to receive’. We strongly believe that sharing what we have and give a helping hand to one another can spread love as well as creating a perfectly harmonious community.

29 Oct 2016 – Parents’ Feedback Session on the School’s Strategic Plan 2016-21

On 29th October, a group of parents from different forms participated in an information sharing and feedback session on Good Hope’s next Strategic Plan – Vision 20/20.  The Strategic Plan, focusing on Achievement and Well-Being, was presented to parent representatives.  At the centre of Good Hope School’s educational mandate is a focus on the uniqueness of each student, and the drive to support the development of each girl and their well-being.

This strategic plan is a look forward with two main priorities:  
Priority I: Getting well-equipped as 21st century learners focusing on achievement;
Priority II:  Strengthening the sense of well-being within the GHS community while nurturing leaders for tomorrow.

Parents reviewed School data from Stakeholders Surveys and APASO results taken over the last 3 years.  Parents’ feedback was collected through open dialogue and an online survey as part of the School’s evaluation process leading to continuous improvement and sustained development. Views and information shared will be included in the data considered in the planning process

27 Oct 2016 – 2nd Positive Education Workshop

Have you ever thought of how you should express your love and gratitude to others? On 27 October, our teachers took part in the 2nd Positive Education Workshop hosted by the Positive Education Team after school. The primary aim was to share with teachers how they could inspire students to express love and gratitude through a rich array of activities.

The workshop began with a video showing strangers helping one another, which reminded all participants that love could bring harmony to the world. Those who have been helped will express their gratitude by helping others as well. This act of virtue will create a positive chain effect on the community.

Teachers were then given some time to make jars of love. Everyone was so creative and attentive when making their own unique jars for their beloved ones. The highlight was when all participants made a pledge together vowing that they would join a 21-day Gratitude Challenge. Teachers then worked in groups and designed activities that could show their appreciation for these 21 days. The Gratitude Challenge will be held in November.

The workshop ended with all participants hugging the colleagues around them and saying ‘Thank you for everything that you have done’. It was such a touching moment when St Joseph’s Hall was filled with positive vibration.

As one of the teachers said, ‘Love is contagious.’ We strongly believe that love is what binds us all together in perfect harmony when all of us work towards a common goal.

24 Oct 2016 - The Pinning Ceremony of the Central Board and Prefect Board

The Pinning Ceremony of the Central Board and Prefect Board was held on 24th October. Congratulations to our newly-appointed Head Girl Michelle Lam; Assistant Head Girl Rosie Tang; Head Prefect Cherry Chu; and Assistant Head Prefect Winsome Chan. The new leaders were officially sworn in and shared their insights and aspirations with the whole student body. We hope that the student leaders can fulfil their responsibilities diligently and spread love throughout the school.

20 Oct 2016 – Women Summit 2016

The Women Summit 2016 “Leaders in the Spotlight” was held at the Asia Society Hong Kong Centre on 20 October 2016. Macy Chung (4F), Katie Lo (4F), Priscilla Yeung (5D), Hazel Chow (5F), Angel Lau (5F) and Jessica Law (5F) attended the event as the Student Ambassadors of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce of 2016-2017. The Summit featured successful women leaders of various backgrounds such as Ms Diana Chou, Chairman of Aerochine Aviation Ltd, Ms Polly Cheung, Founder of Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation, and Ms Jayne Leung, Head of Greater China at Facebook. They shared their inspirational stories, their passion towards work as well as their contribution to society. The Summit provided a platform for women leaders to share and to connect with each other. Our schoolmates gained many insights from them. The key to success is the passion for what we believe is good or right. With determination and hard work, we can certainly find ways to overcome difficulties and make a positive impact on the community and the world.

8 Oct 2016 – S1 Information Session

The Secondary One Admission Information Session was held on 8 October, 2016. Speakers at the event introduced the School’s mission, its curriculum and its achievements to P.6 students and their parents. Some of our current students shared their experiences of the school, such as the wide variety of extra-curricular activities they are engaged in, as well as the variety of platforms available for leadership training. With so many parents requesting tickets and Delia's Hall under redevelopment, the venue this year had to be moved to the Primary School Hall. It was very encouraging to see such a good turnout and high level of interest in the school.

九月二十二至二十三日 – 中文辯論隊迎新營


28 Sept 2016 – Swimming Gala

The Annual Swimming Gala was held successfully on 28th September at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. Competitors endeavoured to win the victory for themselves as well as for their respective houses, while spectators proudly cheered at the top of their lungs. Hazel House emerged as the overall champion. Congratulations!

This year, a primary school invitation relay was organised. PLK Grandmont Primary School came third, SKH Fung Kei Millennium Primary School came second and our own primary section finished first. The atmosphere was uplifting and jubilant. Finally, all competitors participated actively in the swimming gala and demonstrated excellent sportsmanship.

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2016 International Physics Olympiad in Zurich

MAK Ho Yi, Lydia (6F) has been demonstrating outstanding competency in Physics recently. Her interest in Physics started in 2012 when she joined the Physics Enhancement Programme organized by the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (HKAGE).

Since then, Lydia has pursued her passion by taking part in a number of physics-related courses and competitions.  In July 2016, after competing with students from 26 countries and regions in the 17th Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO), she was selected to be the only female representative among the 5 members of the Hong Kong team to contest the 47th International Physics Olympiad in Zurich, Switzerland.  This international event involved students from 84 countries from all over the globe.  The competition consisted of five-hour experimental and theory exams formulated by a team of physicists from the University of Zurich.  In this vigorous and demanding competition, Lydia was awarded a silver medal!

This is a remarkable achievement and the result of many years of hard work. Please join us in congratulating Lydia on her success! 

21 & 22 Sept 2016 – Central Board Platform 2016-2017

The annual Central Board Platform was successfully held on 21 & 22 September. A total of 19 candidates ran for posts in four main categories: Activities, Administration, Promotion and Religious Coordinator. During these two days, candidates demonstrated their passion and vision for serving the school and the whole student body.


After watching the candidates’ energetic self-promotion, creative videos and intelligent engagement with challenging tasks on stage, the student body then exercised its democratic right to vote for their preferences. We eagerly await the results.
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2nd runner-up of Harmonious School Campus

We are delighted to announce that our school has been declared the 2nd runner-up of the 'Harmonious School Campus - No Bullying' Campaign organised by the Restoration Integrated Family Services Centre.


Let's continue to spread joy and love in school.


5 Sept 2016 – Mass of the Holy Spirit and the Amy Wong Award Presentation

The Mass of the Holy Spirit this year was led by Father Devos. All students and staff prayed sincerely for love and peace in the new school year. Father Devos delivered a homily reminding us that we should always give and receive love. This was a response to our school theme this year: Love is what binds us all together in perfect harmony.


After the mass, Ms. Amy Wong, a past student, presented the Amy Wong Award and the Most Improved Award to some of our outstanding graduates. The recipient of the Amy Wong Award this year is Stephanie Moy, who got 5** in five subjects and 5* in her other three subjects. Stephanie also earned the Most Improved Award, alongside Deborah Tsun, the other recipient. Standing on the stage, Stephanie thanked her parents, Ms. Wong and all the teachers, while Deborah shared some of her experience with us and her advice that a clear goal will lead to good results. Before leaving the stage, Ms. Wong also reminded us to create a culture of sharing and giving as she believes that those two elements are not only the privilege of the rich.
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Wool4School Fashion Design Competition
Organized by The Woolmark Company, this fashion design competition encourages Hong Kong secondary students to design an outfit made from at least 70 percent Australian Merino wool for their favourite sports team.


We are delighted that Rachel Ho (2015-2016 2B) and Yung Sin Lam (2015-2016 2E) were declared champion and first runner up respectively for their designs in the junior section. Congratulations!

2-3 Sept 2016, 9-10 Sept 2016 – S1 Orientation Camp

Recently, our S1 students have been enjoying and benefitting from an Orientation Camp in Sai Kung. S1A, 1C, 1E were away on the 2nd and 3rd September, whereas S1B, 1D, 1F went on the 9th and 10th of September. They took part in adventure training, including group games, a blind walk and “mini society”. Debriefings were conducted by experienced trainers after the activities.

Through these activities, students learnt how to communicate effectively with their classmates. They now have a better understanding of their classmates and the meaning of team work. They were also immersed in lots of fun. The camps were definitely an unforgettable way for the girls to spend their weekend.
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Exchange and Excursion Programmes 2016-2017




1 Sept 2016 - Start of the New School Year


The wheel of time keeps moving ahead and today marked the beginning of the academic year 2016-2017. The opening ceremony was held at Holy Spirit Hall and our Supervisor, Sister Pauline, took to the stage to introduce the school theme this year: Love is what binds us all together in perfect harmony. Good Hopers were reminded to accept each other’s differences in order to build a harmonious learning environment. Our Principal, Mrs. Green, then warmly welcomed our new Vice Principal (Academic Affairs), Ms. Helen Yu alongside the new teachers joining our Good Hope family this year. Finally, we are all now eagerly looking forward to the revitalized Delia's Wing after watching a short video presented during the ceremony. Happy new school year!
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2016 International Physics Olympiad in Zurich

Silver Medal

The Student of the Year Awards

First runner-up

EMI Drama Fest 2016

The Award for Outstanding Directing
The Award for Outstanding Spoken English
The Award for Outstanding Overall Performance

Hong Kong Mathematics Olympiad (HKMO)

Regional Winner in Kowloon Region 1 section

2015/16 Hong Kong Mathematics Creative Problem Solving Competition


愛鄰舍 We Concern Others 社區友愛文件夾封面設計比賽


Mathematics Competitions

Second Class Award

67th Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival (English Speech)

First with Honours

HKFYG Standard Chartered English Public Speaking Contest 2016

Second Place Winner

Youth Leadership Programme Prepared and Table Topics Speech Contest






中學生視覺藝術創作展 2015/16


Australian National Chemistry Quiz 2015

High Distinction



True Light Girls’ Invitational Mathematics Contest 2015

Second runner-up

The International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) 2016 - Hong Kong Screening

Third Class Honours

Share the Stage with the HK Phil

Harp Performer

Future Star of Technology: Students Open Forum

Grand Prize

BE BORN- International Asian Children Art Drawing Competition

Gold Award in Group 9-12

Hong Kong Outstanding IT School Award

Champion and Most Popular Booth Award

All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying Table Tennis Tournament 2015-2016, Girls Doubles


8th Asian Age Group Championships 2015

Silver Medal in 50m Breast Stroke

FINA/airweave Would Swimming Competition

Bronze Medal in 50m Breast Stroke

Invitation relay


Hong Kong St. John Ambulance Brigade Youth Command (H&K) Inter-divisional competition for Nursing Cadet Divisions

1st Runner-Up in Home Nursing,Winner of Footdrill Competition & Overall Champion