International College Hong Kong

International College Hong Kong (ICHK) is an international kindergarten, primary and secondary school in Hong Kong based in two campuses in the northeastern New Territories.

International College Hong Kong
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TypeK-13, non-profit, international, co-educational, day school
Established14 September 1983 (primary) 28 October 2009 (secondary)
Head (HLY)Adam McGuigan (Acting)
Head (Secondary)Toby Newton
Enrollment400+ (primary), 380 (secondary)
LanguageEnglish
School feesHK$126,700 to HK$182,000 per annum (2019)
Websitewww.ichk.edu.hk

ICHK Hong Lok Yuen

ICHK Hong Lok Yuen is a kindergarten and primary school located in the Hong Lok Yuen residential estate. It was established in the early 1980s. It was previously known as the Hong Lok Yuen International School.

The school is a fully authorised IB Primary Years Programme school. The school has a grass playing field as well as a playground, basketball court, school garden and extensive open space allows students to play and enjoy sports. The school is also the only accredited Forest School Development Centre outside of the United Kingdom.

ICHK Secondary

ICHK Secondary is an English-medium, international secondary school situated in the north eastern New Territories of Hong Kong. In 2017, it was recognised as a Cambridge Strategies 800 school.[1]

It is a member of the Council of International Schools and an IB World School. It follows an inquiry-based approach to learning in the lower school while preparing students for the IGCSE in Years 10 and 11 and the IB Diploma in Years 12 and 13.[2][3]

Location

ICHK secondary's campus lies in a rural area, on the north-west corner of Starling Inlet and near Luk Keng in Plover Cove Country Park.[4][5]

Partner Schools

ICHK Secondary was established in 2010 with the support of its three partner schools ICHK-Hong Lok Yuen, Japanese International School and Kingston International School.[6][7] Primary students from the partner schools are offered guaranteed places at ICHK offering a through-train education from kindergarten to Year 13.[8] Students from other primary schools and from outside Hong Kong are also admitted.

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