(1) General Information
- Class Size: a maximum of 28 students in each class
- Students will be differentiated into small groups while attending English Language and Literature, Chinese Language and Literature and Mathematics lessons.
- TKHC does not participate in the Government’s Form 1 Secondary School Place Allocation (SSPA) System, TKHC admits students directly that places will be offered to eligible applicants who can meet the admission requirements fully.
- Prior to making an application to join TKHC, parents of applicants are required to agree with all the terms and conditions stated in this set of Important Notes for Admissions. School places will only be given to students and parents who are able to perform the following:– Students must join all school activities and camps, e.g. Summer Bridging Course for Grade 7, Assemblies, Discovery Camps, Service Trips, etc.– All students need to prepare a MacBook for daily lessons.– Students must wear the prescribed school uniform. Any modifications to the school uniform, including additions or removal that may draw attention to faith-based differences, are not permitted.– Parents must settle tuition fees via Direct Debit. TKHC reserves the right to deregister students and ask him / her to withdraw if the tuition fees are not settled duly.
(2) Choice of Chinese Language Programme
- TKHC offers the following Chinese Language options– Chinese Language and LiteratureChinese– Language Acquisition
- All students must study one of these Chinese Language Programmes from Grade 7 to 10. The choice of programme shall be indicated while making the admission application and will be confirmed at the interview.
(3) Application Fee & Tuition Fees in 2022-2023
- TKHC resists the introduction of a capital levy and debenture scheme.
- Proposed annual tuition fees to be collected in 11 instalments
|Grade Applicable in 2022-2023||Monthly School fee (HKD)|
|Grade 7 (S1)||$12,500|
|Grade 8 (S2)||$12,800|
|Grade 9 (S3)||$13,100|
- Composition fee of HKD$11,000 per year will also be collected in 2 instalments from each student. 50% of it will be settled at student registration and the remaining 50% will be collected in the middle of the second school term.
- Since the collection of tuition fees is one of the main sources of income for TKHC and such funds are needed to support our daily operation, parents are expected to be responsible and ensure that tuition fees are settled in a timely manner.
- Tuition fees must be collected via Direct Debit between the first and the fifth day of each calendar month from parents’ designated local bank accounts.
- The Direct Debit Authorization Form must be submitted to TKHC by the time when the student is officially registered.
- 3% of the monthly tuition fee will be charged for the administration fee if it is not paid via Direct Debit.
- If the tuition fee is not settled duly, a reminder will be issued by phone or email and a written letter will be sent to the parents concerned. If the tuition fee is overdue for more than 30 days, TKHC will have no choice but to consider terminating the school place and offering it to an applicant on the waiting list.
- Deduction of Tuition Fees:– If 2 or more siblings are students of St. Hilary’s Kindergarten.Nursery (Prince Edward), St. Hilary’s Kindergarten.Nursery (Hung Hom), St. Hilary’s Kindergarten.Nursery (Ma On Shan), VNSAA St. Hilary’s School, AOG St. Hilary’s Collage (Primary Section), St. Hilary’s Primary School or Tai Kwong Hilary Collage, St. Hilary’s will provide bursary to them.
(4) Making an Application for 2021-2022 school year
(5) Vacancy for current 2020-2021 school year
(6) Announcement of Results & Student Registration
- Results will be announced via email within one week upon the completion of interview.
- To accept the offer, a non-refundable and non-transferable registration fee must be paid within the student registration period.
- The registration fee will be offset against the tuition fee for the first month of the corresponding school year.
- All parents / guardians will be asked sign an Enrollment Agreement. In addition, parents / guardians of successful Grade 7 applicants will be asked to sign an undertaking to declare that their children will not participate in the Secondary School Place Allocation (SSPA) System.
(7) Personal Data Collection
All personal information provided will only be used for admission related purposes and will be treated in strict confidence. Documents will not be returned to applicants (if any). The personal information of unsuccessful applicants will be destroyed after one year.
(8) Contact Us
Should you have any inquiries, please contact our school office at 2338 9186.