Good Hope School (Secondary) Good Hope School (Secondary)

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303 Clear Water Bay Road
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Good Hope School (Secondary)


Founded in 1954, originally as a kindergarten, and operated by the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception (M.I.C.), the Good Hope School is a devout Catholic all-girls school that teaches its students the virtues of Joy and Thanksgiving. The school is a Direct Subsidiary Scheme (DSS) institution and thus operates under the 334 scheme.

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Good Hope School (Secondary)


The school has around 1,250 students with 110 teachers and consistently has exceptional test scores on the HKDSE, as well as an outstanding variety of extracurricular activities with over 50 student clubs to its name. As a Catholic school, community service is particularly active in this school’s program. GHS also operates a primary school. 

Mission Statement
Love, Hope, Joy and Thanksgiving.
Year Founded
Years Offered
Primary 1 - Year 13
Teaching Mediums
Primary Teaching Language - English

Additional Languages - Cantonese, Mandarin, French
Total Number of Teachers
Total Number of Students
Student Diversity
Mostly from Hong Kong
Application Fees

$50 for S1 applicants

Application Deadlines

Application is open to S2 to S3 students throughout the school year, while applicants for S4 and S5 will only be considered in the first term

Tuitions Fees (per annum)

For Local Students:

Secondary 1 to Secondary 3 - HK$35,000

Secondary 4 to Secondary 6 - HK$45,000

 For Non-local Students:

Secondary 1 to Secondary 6 - HK$50,000 per year

*School fee is paid in 10 monthly installments

Debenture Offerings

Not reported

Financial Assistance

GHS offers a wide variety of scholarships and financial assistance, rewarding students who are outstanding in academics, music, athletics, or have demonstrated admirable virtues in community service. The scholarships can range from HK$1000 to a full scholarship. Visit this website for more information:

Admission Requirements

The admission process is conducted through a series of reviews of the applicant's previous records and interviews. Click here for more information

Extra-curricular Activities

More than 50 extracurricular clubs active including archery, choir, band, athletics, and community service.

Community Service Programs

Monthly visits to the elderly, involving musical performances and physical exercises with the elderly. Also visit the needy and facilities entertaining activities. Extracurricular clubs hold charity sales and flag sales day, etc.

  • Art Studios
  • Cafeteria
  • Computer Labs
  • Design and Technology Studios
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Library
  • Music Rooms
  • Playground
Beyond Graduation

88% go on to enroll in universities, 11% of which go abroad.

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