About Yew Chung International School Hong Kong (YCIS)
Yew Chung International School Hong Kong's first class was formed in 1932 in Hong Kong for kindergarten-aged children. Even at the commencement of Yew Chung its founder, Madame Tsang Chor-hang, held a profoundly advanced vision, which became the root of Yew Chung’s philosophy today. Yew Chung International School (YCIS Hong Kong) provides international education to expatriate and local children aged 6 months - 18. Recognised as one of the top English schools and international schools in Hong Kong, YCIS Hong Kong’s international curriculum with kindergarten, primary and secondary schools (IGCSE & IB) prepares students to become bilingually competent in English and Chinese and internationally minded for a competitive future. We believein the benefits in becoming truly bilingual as the real essence of a culture must also be understood and valued. We value every step of a child’s learning journey and ensure our learning programme adheres to the philosophy of our school. The attainment of a strong skill-set is very much needed in the workplace today, gaining even more importance for the next generation. Our researchers ensure our education brings opportunities to the students, expanding skills such as research ability, critical thinking, analysis, creativity, problem solving and collaborative working. Our pledge is to provide a well-rounded, holistic learning approach for every Yew Chung International School Hong Kong student; with the ultimate objective for our graduates to gain the ability to succeed in an ever-changing globalised world throughout their adulthood.
This school is legit a joke. Principal is terrible and very unreasonable, poor education. Administration staff lacks any form of knowledge in their field. Sets unrealistic expectations for both teachers and students and is definitely not worth the money. Corrupt school system with no consideration for students or staff
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