Hong Kong
International, British curriculum
Ages 3 to 18

Kiangsu & Chekiang School - International Sections

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CurriculumInternational, British
Language of instructionEnglish
Age RangeAges 3 to 18
Total first year fees: HK$121,700

Quick summary of key school information

Language of instruction English
Native English teachers
Extra languages (other than English)
Class sizes Average
Extracurricular activities
School bus
Contact email: inter@kcis.edu.hk
School's webpage: www.kcis.edu.hk
Yearly fees: HK$101,000
This school has more than one campus in Hong Kong:
Lower School Campus: Ages 3 to 6
Upper School Campus: Ages 6 to 18

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Number of students

Lower School Campus: 300
Upper School Campus: 760

Additional language classes offered by the school


Uniform required


Entry evaluation for students


Brief description of entry evaluation required

An interview is arranged with the Head Teacher of the International Section, for all children:

Kindergarten and Reception applicants are required to attend an informal interview in a group play setting.
Primary 1-6 Entry is by interview.
Secondary: Consist of tests in English Reading Comprehension, Mathematics, and Chinese Writing, plus an interview in English. This takes approximately 1½ hours.

External examinations or assessments available


School bus service available


Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs

Learning Development Team

School start time

9:00 am

School finish time

3:30 pm

School provided lunches


Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

The school is part of the Kiangsu-Chekiang & Shanghai Residents Association group of schools. It grew from the requests of parents, who sought an alternative to the education provision offered in the Hong Kong mainstream community. It exists because of the Association and as such it carries on their support for the classical Chinese educational virtues of advocating the development of a student’s moral, intellectual, physical, social, and aesthetic capabilities.

Teaching approach of the school

The British National Curriculum is used as the school's core curriculum, and care has been taken to modify it wherever necessary to fit in with the unique needs of children living in a multi-cultural community like Hong Kong.