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.


YCIS Top Student Michelle Lo Shared Tips for Success in Preparing for IGCSE

Michelle Lo, one of the students scoring 10A*s in the recent IGCSE exam, says “I was really happy when I realized that I’ve got the results that I wanted.” Sharing how she prepares for the IGCSE exams, she states, “The biggest thing I’ve learnt from IGCSE is not to procrastinate, and have time management because there are a lot of deadlines and exams in IGCSE. I really learn how to balance my time and take care of all the assignments on time without stressing out.” In fact, Chinese language has always been a challenge to her as only English is spoken at home. Chinese appears as a second language for her. However, as the Chinese subject is taught in Putonghua at the School, students can study within a bilingual learning environment.  This helps to prepare her well for the exam. Considering that, it is conceivable how difficult the Chinese exam (First language) may seem to Michelle.


Primary Information Sessions

Join our Primary Information Sessions, where you will hear from our Co-Principals and other school leaders, in order to gain a better understanding of the YCIS curriculum, background, and educational philosophy. Yew Chung International School (YCIS) combines the best of the Eastern and Western cultures by promoting proficiency in two major world languages, and nurturing students to be outstanding leaders in a bilingual learning environment.

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Cancellation notice for YCIS HK Open Day:

In view of the spreading of the Novel Coronavirus in Hong Kong, we wish to announce that our Open Day, originally scheduled to be held on 22 Feb 2020 (Saturday) is cancelled. We are sorry for the inconvenience this may have caused, but we place the safety and well-being of our students and staff as being paramount. Thank you for your support and understanding, and we wish you good health and stay safe.