About Australian International School Hong Kong (AISHK)
The Australian International School Hong Kong (AISHK). prides itself on embracing Australian values whilst incorporating the rich culture of our international setting in Hong Kong. We believe in developing globally-minded citizens who are culturally sensitive, respectful of others, kind and empathetic, humble and committed to serving and making a difference. Students leave our school as independent, mature and responsible leaders who are very well prepared for their lives ahead. Their experience of living in Hong Kong and attending AISHK with all of its wonderful opportunities is pivotal in setting them up for future success.
The Australian International School Hong Kong provides dynamic academic, sport and arts programs across all year levels. Our outstanding academic results surpass many comparable schools both in Australia and around the world, and prove that we are the best performing Australian international school outside Australia.
While academic rigour and performance are important, we also pride ourselves on being a school which is committed to providing an excellent, all-round education. Australian International School Hong Kong offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities, experiential learning programs and a myriad of opportunities for students to represent AISHK both in Hong Kong and internationally.
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The school was founded to fulfill the growing demand for an Australian educational institution in Hong Kong. Brian Davies, a teacher at the Canadian International School and had lived in Hong Kong since 1986, was approached by members of the Australian Association of Hong Kong to create an Australian school. Additionally, local Hong Kong businessmen had also suggested to Davies to create a for profit school to prep their children for Australian university. The school opened on 6 February 1995 and in 1999 the first group Year 10 students were awarded their NSW School Certificate.
The school's permanent campus in Kowloon Tong was opened on 4 September 2001, with student numbers growing to over 500 students that year.
The school offers education from Reception to Year 12. The primary curriculum is based on the Australian National Curriculum that has been adapted to suit the international setting.
Students in Year 7-10 follow the NSW Stage 4 & 5 Syllabus developed by the New South Wales Board of Studies.
In Years 11 and 12, students can select either the Higher School Certificate of the New South Wales Board of Studies or the IB Diploma Programme.
Mandarin Chinese is taught as part of Chinese Studies to Primary students, as part of a language in Year 7–8, and as an elective in Year 8–12.
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