from left: Antony Clark, Headmaster, Malvern College; Robin Black, Chairman, Malvern College Council; Jacqueline So, Chief Executive, Malvern College Hong Kong; Robin Lister, Headmaster, Malvern College Hong Kong; Priscilla To, Director General, Hong Kong
Malvern College opens new school in Hong Kong
The new school will be located 20 minutes from the central business district
Posted by Hannah Vickers | March 13, 2017 | International
Malvern College launched its fifth international campus, Malvern College Hong Kong, which will open in September 2018, at an event attended by 80 VIPs and guests at The Oriental Club in London on Wednesday 22nd February 2017.
The new Hong Kong campus is Malvern College’s latest addition to its growing family of international schools and places Malvern at the forefront of a small group of HMC schools operating overseas.
Malvern College Hong Kong will open with 380 students and will ultimately provide education for 960 students aged 5 to 18. The school will follow the International Baccalaureate curriculum at both primary and secondary levels.
Speaking at the launch, Priscilla To, Director General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London, said, “I am honoured to celebrate the launch of Malvern College Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Government has attached great importance to education, and our education system is now among the best in the world. Our students fared well in international assessments particularly in Mathematics, Science and Technology. We are delighted that Malvern College is bringing its 150 years of experience in providing a quality and well-rounded education for local and expatriate families.”
Antony Clark, Hea
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