Press

  • Two YCIS Students Received 10As in IGCSE Exams 2018

    Of the 117 students sitting for IGCSE exams this year, 2 students received 10As, 6 students got 9As and 11 students obtained 8As (A* & A). Our Executive Principal Martin Scott congratulated the students for their excellence, believing that it is also the collective effort of the School, students, teachers and parents. They will be fully supported by the School for their IB studies. Two top students, Americana Chen and Leo Liu were part of the Chinese debate team. Americana was also one of our scholarship recipients for overall achievement. Leo highly appreciated the abundant learning opportunities given by the School to accumulate diverse experience.

    Read more

  • A Class Struggle Won

    We are proud to share YCIS Chief Executive and School Supervisor Dr Betty Chan’s interview in South China Morning Post published on 7th April 2018. “It is really through teacher training that we can have the greatest impact on our community,” Speaking to SCMP, Dr Chan shared her pioneering journey on innovating the local kindergarten education with “play-based” pedagogy plus no homework in 1970s and how she navigated through a sea of daunting comments by holding on to her beliefs. Taking the milestone of 85th anniversary, Dr Chan identified a paradigm shift in teacher education as necessary, and went on elaborating on her aspiration of the “B to B” (Baby to Bachelor’s) concept as a way to realise YCEF’s pedigree of nurturing future generations from infancy and tertiary, plus the launching of Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education next academic year upon government approval. Taking one step further, we aim to create a holistic educational environment ranging from professional development, academic and practitioner research to parent-community education and outreach especially for those underprivileged young children.

    Read more

  • SCMP: What are your kids eating at school?

    What do you want to have for lunch? Set A, B or C? Well, at YCIS, we have options more than these standard choices! Read on to explore the cross-cultural culinary experiences at YCIS delivered by our ISO-22000 accredited central kitchen. Read the full article on SCMP.com: http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/education/article/2135743/what-are-your-kids-eating-school

    Read more

  • A Modern Fairy Tale

    Allan Nazareno, Yew Chung International School's musical director and drama teacher, said the story is an all-time classic, with battles between good and evil and is perfect for kids to help develop their creative abilities.

    Read more

  • Bridging the Cultural Gap

    According to Cathy Ben-David, head of marketing and admissions, Yew Chung International School of Hong Kong (YCIS) aims to blend the best of the cultural influences that have helped to forge modern Hong Kong.

    Read more

  • Young Post: An Eye for the Fine Art of Design

    Patrick Cheung, our Year 12 IB Art Scholarship award recipient has been creating art since he was a child. Patrick’s artwork is already receiving international recognition and the South China Morning Post’s Young Postrecently interviewed him about his passion and his future goals.

    Read more

  • Your 'Ticket' to a Top World University

    An article about the YCIS well-rounded international education was published in a special report of South China Morning Post focusing on secondary education in Hong Kong.

    Read more

  • SCMP Young Post: Robots of the Future are Bleeping Brilliant

    Clever Scientists of Yew Chung International School helped path the way for a future under the rule of evil authoritarian robots when they took part in an interactive Vex IQ Robotics Workshop in November.

    Read more

  • SCMP Young Post: Tackle Stress Together

    Loving yourself means taking good care of yourself, but equally that doesn't mean letting yourself do whatever you want. These were just a few words of wisdom heard by Yew Chung International School Year 13s this month at a special session designed to address sources or triggers of stress.

    Read more

school logo