School News

  • LEAVE NO TRACE BY GREEN EARTH ASSOCIATION

    During the epidemic, the number of people visiting country parks increased sharply compared to the past, and unfortunately a lot of garbage was left along the tracks including plastic waste that is difficult to decompose. All of these will seriously pollute water, land and the ecological environment. What's more unfortunate is that wild animals may eat garbage by mistake, threatening their health and affecting their foraging habits. The hazards should not be ignored.

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  • Perfect Score and Remarkable IBDP 2021 Results

    YCIS is delighted to announce outstanding achievements in this year’s International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) examinations, with two students awarded the perfect score of 45 and 75% of students attained the extremely demanding Bilingual Diploma. Among the 39% high scorers above 40 points, 5 students achieved the near-perfect score of 44. All results have surpassed the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) worldwide average. 

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  • Thank You for Your Service

    We want to personally thank you for our staff’s service with YCIS especially throughout this strenuous and significant year. We greatly appreciate your dedicated years of service and loyalty to our school. We are well aware of all your efforts and hard work, and we cannot thank you enough. So, one of our ways to show how much we value all your sacrifices in helping this school grow to where it is today is by the long service award and retirement recognition ceremony. You went above and beyond to help this school reach its full potential.

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  • Life after YCIS - Vanessa Law

    “Never give up on something you love to do,” - Vanessa Law, our alumna of class 2012, shares her encouragement to all students in search for their passion and talent ❤️‍🔥

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  • Spring Concert 2021

    This is the first ever all student lead concert at YCIS HK. Students from both primary and secondary schools took the initiative to collaborate and perform Latino dance, drama, poetry and a colourful range of vocal and instrumental ensembles. To celebrate the centenary of Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla (1921- 1992), many colourful styles of performances are featured, evoking the world of "Fiesta". It is a remarkable achievement that YCIS students overcame many rehearsal challenges due to COVID restrictions. 

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  • 14th Annual In-School Individual Instrumental Programme Recital

    This year, the 🎶 Annual In-School Individual Instrumental Programme (IIIP) Recital is held online. On April 23 at 6 p.m., 13 IIIP students, Benjamin SZE from Year 10, Amos CHENG from Year 8, Hannah LOO from Year 5, Cecilia HONG from Year 2, Manson JIANG from Year 4, Jade WONG from Year 5, Elizabeth TSANG from Year 5, Hannah CHENG from Year 10, CHAN Hoi Kiu from Year 10, Rosaleen SZE from Year 8, Suri CHUNG from Year 9, Kyle CAI from Year 8, and Kaitlyn CHEUNG from Year 9, are giving stunning performances of violin, piano, vocal and clarinet! 🎻🎹Let’s enjoy! 

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  • Kindness and Kinship Kindle New Initiatives

    Despite the continuous challenges thrown up by social unrest and the pandemic, YCIS has been overwhelmed by gestures of support and love from our community – parents, students, staff and alumni. All contributions support us to walk through times of uncertainty and help our children grow stronger day by day.

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  • YCIS Spotlight on Soloists Concert 2021

    🎉Here comes the 14th YCIS Spotlight on the Soloists Concert! 🎶🎵This year, more than 50 students joined the audition, and 29 of them from YCIS Primary and Secondary were selected to perform in the concert.  We have an international judging panel formed by renowned musicians: Marco Terlizzi and Raffaele Terlizzi from Italy; our In-school Individual Instrumental Programme (IIIP) instructor Ms Hidemi Gojo, and Dr Yu Yeung, the Head of Instrumental Studies.  The concert will be broadcasted online on 22 Jan 2021 at 6 pm.

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  • YCYW “A Celebration of Music” Composition Competition 2020/21 Invitation

    Music is a powerful and expressive language we value and cultivate with passion at Yew Chung and Yew Wah. We connect, communicate, learn and grow with music. Over the years, our talented and musical young people have presented numerous impressive and theatrical performances and concerts to our community. 

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