Our school teaches the Australian curriculum and is the only school in Hong Kong which follows the Australian academic year which runs from January to December. As part of our commitment to offer broad academic choices of study, AISHK is accredited to offer and senior students can opt to undertake either the New South Wales Higher School Certificate (HSC) or the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma program.
Our school is active in promoting environmental advocacy, throughout the campus students lead initiatives to reduce waste, recycle and encourage the use of renewable energy sources.
As a non-profit school, all funds generated from our operations are re-invested back into AISHK to enhance the School’s development projects.
Language Of Instruction
AISHK is based on the Australian Curriculum. As part of our commitment to offer broad academic choices of study, AISHK is accredited to offer and senior students can opt to undertake either the New South Wales Higher School Certificate (HSC) or the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma program.
Application & Deadline
Because the respective principals review all applicants, no applications will be processed between December and January (our long end of year holidays).
DIVISION: Preparatory to year six: $122,600*
SECONDARY DIVISION: Year seven to year ten: $141,500*, Year Eleven & Year Twelve (HSC) $148,500*, Year Eleven & Year Twelve (IB): $183,600*.
* Tuition fees include all text books, work books, local excursions, special art materials, literary magazines and a yearbook.
After an application is received it is reviewed by the primary or secondary principal for the applicant to be put on the wait list if there are no places available.
All reception students will have an assessment prior to being offered a place.
Other Primary year groups will not be assessed unless English level requires assessment.
Secondary Students must sit an AEAS test if English is not their native language. Applicants must score over 80% in this test for their application to be processed to the next level. After passing the AEAS test, applicants may be required to sit an internal English assessment as well.
All Secondary students’ current teachers will also be contacted for a character reference.