TKHC is located in Tai Po of the New Territories and our students come from a wide catchment area over Hong Kong. The campus can be accessed by two school gates. Please feel free to contact the School Office at 2338 9186 if you are unsure about the opening hours of Gates A and B.
Gate A at Kam Yu Road which connects to Kam Shan Road is the main entrance. It will be open 9am – 5pm daily (9am – 12pm on Saturdays; except holidays). Since only one-way traffic is allowed in Kam Yu Road, it can experience significant amounts of traffic congestion, especially on weekday mornings. Hence, we highly encourage our students whenever possible to walk to school. It simply takes around 10 minutes to arrive at school on foot from Exit A of Tai Wo MTR Station.
Taking the free shuttle bus service run by the assigned motor company to travel to and from TKHC for students’ added convenience is another alternative to alleviate the traffic issue and keep the traffic flow manageable as the school population grows. Shuttle bus service is available on normal school days with regular arrival and dismissal time. Its pick-up and drop-off points can be found at Tai Po Market MTR Station and near Sai Yee Street of Mong Kok respectively. The travel time will depend on the actual traffic condition.
Equally, other measures are in place and implemented to better control the number of vehicles. Gate B at Shek Lin Road, another entrance of the school, will be open at the hours when students arrive and are dismissed regularly on normal school days. Parents who drive students to TKHC should drop off there and allow them to access the campus through Gate B. For school bus service, whether routes can be operated will depend on the number of enrolled students. Questions about the service, the fees and individual queries will be handled by the assigned motor company directly.
There is no visitor parking at TKHC. Instead, drivers please make good use of the public parking lot near Shek Kwu Lung of Kam Shan Village.
All of the community members of TKHC including parents, students, staff and visitors are expected to be responsible road users in the local area for the safety and traffic efficiency.