Kiangsu-Chekiang College, International Section

Kiangsu-Chekiang College, International Section or KCCIS(Traditional: 蘇浙公學國際部 Simplified: 苏浙公学国际部 Pinyin: Sū zhè gōng xué guójì bù Zhuyin: ㄙㄨ ㄓㄜˋ ㄍㄨㄥ ㄒㄩㄝ ㄍㄨㄛˊㄐㄧˋ ㄅㄨˋ) is a private bilingual school, offering courses in English and Mandarin. The campus is on 20 Braemar Hill, North Point, Hong Kong. Students pursue their career through the IGCSE syllabus year 10-11 and the IB Diploma Programme in year 12-13. Students come from diverse backgrounds, with over 40 nationalities represented.

Kiangsu-Chekiang College, International Section
Braemar Hill, Hong Kong
School typePrivate, international, secondary, co-educational.
PrincipalFiona Pearson
Years offered7-13
EnrollmentApprox. 1,300
Color(s)Blue and White ]          


In early 2002 when there was a demand for an extension where 6 primary students would be able to continue on in the school, Kiangsu-Chekiang College, International Section was established. The school is using part of the campus at Kiangsu-Chekiang College on Braemar Hill Road, North Point, for its upper Primary classes and the International Secondary section.

The number of students in the school can range from 300 to 400, depending on the number of classes in each grade from year 7 to 13. With year 7s to 9s, they take the Key Stage 3 program; in years 10 to 11 they take the IGCSE program; and in years 12 to 13 they take the IB Diploma/IB Certificate.


Students in Kiangsu-Chekiang College, International Section are allocated into one of the four houses and compete in inter-house events, including sports and knowledge based competitions, such as football, basketball and the battle of books and battle of sciences etc. Houses are as following:






The school has one music room, one common room, three badminton courts, two table tennis courts and two playgrounds(Big playground & Small playground).


KCCIS opens ECA (Extra Curricular Activities) which has registration at the start of the year. Students can sign up on the online portal. Activities include Badminton, Hockey, Rock Climbing, Ping Pong, and Swimming, UNICEF, Football, Drama Club, and Photography.

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