• Principal's Message
  • History
  • School Song
  • Preparatory School Committee
  • Faculty

    A. Teachers
  • B. Visiting Instructors
  • Facilities
  • Principal's Report

Principal's Message

A school with a long and illustrious history, St Stephen’s College Preparatory School has always been a pioneer in adapting to the needs of our ever-changing world. Over the years we have been proactively integrating traditional teaching methods with innovative, modern education techniques. We have managed to infuse internationalism into the local education setting so that the prerequisites of present day education are met while preserving a sense of continuity rooted in tradition.

Foreseeing the demand of multilingualism in education, the School adopted a trilingual policy almost two decades ago. This has helped our students to keep up with global language demands and become fluent in English, Putonghua and Cantonese. A team of professionally qualified and dedicated local and international teachers helps us to achieve this vision by creating an engaging, language-rich environment conducive to successful multilingual learning.

STEM is integrated through inquiry-based learning and these philosophies form an integral part of our teaching methodology. The School believes in nurturing critical and creative thinkers who can apply innovative solutions to problems by encouraging and exposing our students to various mentally invigorating learning experiences. This is further enhanced and supported by a tailor-made curriculum, which introduces students to a variety of academic perspectives and disciplines. Our teaching faculty incorporates the latest technology in their lessons to create a progressive, student-centred learning environment. Overseas education tours and theme-based excursions provide students with opportunities to experience learning outside the classroom and to safely explore the world beyond.

Our campus is located on St Stephen’s Beach and steeped in heritage and natural scenery. Historic buildings and state-of-the-art facilities are seamlessly integrated and provide our students with a stimulating environment in which to learn and grow. Our carefully curated library, contemporary auditorium, bespoke greenhouse and various other outstanding facilities contribute to a multi-faceted learning experience for our students. These amenities ensure that our students are not only dedicated to academics but that they are also given the opportunity to actively participate and excel in extra-curricular activities and interschool competitions.

Our school has strong traditions in both music and sport. All our students are required to play at least one music instrument as we believe that music plays a vital role in their all round development. Besides helping our students to develop greater coordination, focus and concentration, music also provides them witha an outlet for their creativity and enhances their aesthetic and cognitive development. Our students are also encouraged to take part in a variety of individual and team sports to ensure the overall development of mind and body. The School has excellent sporting facilities and our students benefit greatly from increased physical fitness, dedicated practice and teamwork.

Our one-year compulsory boarding programme for Grade Six students is a unique platform which helps students to develop greater self-discipline and become more independent and responsible. The programme focuses on building character and camaraderie through participation in interactive projects and structured group activities. Students are also given the opportunity to acquire important life skills, and through our community service activities, we aim to instill a commitment to active citizenship. Ultimately, we hope to shape the young minds of today and cultivate principled and caring future leaders of tomorrow.

Dr Agnes Wai
Principal

History

St Stephen’s College, Hong Kong’s first EMI boarding school was established in 1903. In later years, the College Council decided to establish a preparatory school as a feeder school to the College to complement the programme.

St Stephen’s College Preparatory School formally entered the Hong Kong education force in the year 1938. Situated in Stanley peninsula, Hong Kong’s most scenic area in the Southern District, the School started as one block which housed classrooms, a dormitory and a dining hall. The total enrolment then was nine.

As World War II broke out, St Stephen’s was forced to close its doors. During that time, the campus was occupied by Japanese armies and used as their concentration camp. The School’s proximity to the shoreline facilitated the loading and unloading of boats, and therefore it was later enlisted as the General Commanding Post of the Taiwanese troop and thus survived the war.

After the war, the School reopened in 1947 with two blocks, which comprised of a block of classrooms and another housed the hall.

The School further expanded in the fifties and a new boys’ dormitory was added. In the sixties, the School opened its boarding facilities to girls. At that time the student population was about three hundred, and the class number went up to nine.

During the riots of 1967, enrolment numbers dropped drastically due to students emigrating with their families. In the early seventies, there was a surge in enrolment. The School had to expand to accommodate the growing numbers. Each grade was split into two classes. By 1983, the number of classes reached twelve.

In the year 2000, the School launched a new upgraded curriculum, which was focused on two languages and three dialects. The reform was supported by parents and demand for places started to rise, which prompted the addition of more classes in September of the same year. By 2005 the number of classes had reached 18.

In 2008, the block that housed the hall was demolished and a new block with upgraded facilities took its place. In 2016, the School expanded its infrastructure yet again. A new block housing state-of-the-art amenities, such as an ultramodern auditorium, an expansive library, a bespoke greenhouse, and an additional staffroom was constructed. By 2021 the number of classes will be reached 24.

School Song



St Stephen’s College Song
“Our Hearts are Young our Ideals High”


Music by P.H. Fricker

Lyrics by P. Carrott


Our hearts are young our ideals high

We are prepared to work and play

To live good lives and to be true

In everything we do or say


So for St Stephen's let us strive

To fight, to win with steadfast pride


Life's a game that's made to play

With effort, teamwork, joy and tears

Based on tradition laid before

And wisdom growing with the years


So for St Stephen's let us strive

To fight, to win with steadfast pride

Preparatory School Committee

Dr Christopher W. To (Chairman)
陶 榮博士 (主席)
Prof Frederick K.S. Leung (Supervisor)
梁貫成教授 (校監)
Mrs S.F. Choy
蔡潘少芬女士
Dr Edward Y.K. Chi
池元基醫生
Ms Winnie Kong
江麗雲女士
Mr Jacky V.H. Chau
朱永興先生
Ms Carol Yang
楊 清女士
Dr Agnes Y.W. Wai
衞燕華博士

Teachers

Dr Agnes Wai (Principal)
衞燕華博士 (校長)
BA MSc EdD PGCE
Mr S. T. Wong (Deputy Principal)
王勝桐副校長
BEd Teacher's Cert
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction

Mr K. K. Lo (Deputy Principal)
盧家其副校長
BEd MA Teacher's Cert
Dip in ECA Management

Mr K. C. Tsui (Senior Master)
徐廣智主任
BEd MA Teacher's Cert
Dip in ECA Management

Head of Biblical Knowledge Department
Ms K. Y. Wong (Senior Mistress)
黃嘉儀主任
BEd MA Teacher's Cert
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction
Cert in Teaching of Putonghua

Head of Chinese Department
Head of Social & Cultural Studies Department
Miss Jeana Casady
BA PGCE TEFL
Miss H. M. Chan
陳希汶老師
BEd
Ms H. Y. Chan
陳曉燕老師
BEd MA Teacher's Cert
Miss K. L. Chan
陳家樂老師
BEd MA
Head of Physical Education Department
Miss M. Y. Chan
陳明欣老師
BEd
Ms M. Cheung
張 玫老師
BEd MA Teacher's Cert
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction

Mrs Yolanda Chong
BComm MEd CELTA PGCE
Cert in English Studies for Language Teaching

Miss Genevieve Clayton
BA MEd TESOL PGCE
Miss Alexandra Elfring
BA PGCE TESOL
Mr Jamie Green
BA MA PGCE TESOL
Miss Kristina Grogan
BA MEd
Ms L. N. Gu
谷龍娜老師
BEd BA MEd
Dip for Advanced Putonghua Trainers

Miss Rennuka Gurung
BA Dip ELT CELTYL PGDE
Ms M. M. Hui
許茗茗老師
BA MA PGDE
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction

Ms Z. M. Hui
惠中美老師
BA MSc PGDE
Librarian
Mr Alexander Kotakis
BA CELTA PGCE
Ms F. F. Lam
林芳芳老師
BA MEd PGDE
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction

Mr W. H. Lam
林偉雄老師
BSc MSc MSc Teacher's Cert
Head of Computer Education Department
Ms W. Y. Lam
林慧茵老師
BEd
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction
Dip in Guidance and Counselling
Dip in Language and Culture of Putonghua

Ms W. Lau
劉 偉老師
BA MA Dip Ed
Cert in Putonghua Teacher Training
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction

Ms M. Y. Leung
梁美裕老師
BSc PGDE
Ms H. Y. Lo
盧曉瑩老師
BEd BA
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction

Miss C. S. Lui
呂卓思老師
BEng PGDE
Mr Jack Moreci
BA TEFL PGCE IB Cert
Miss Kate Mulligan
BA MA TEFL
Ms Kelly Marie Nash
BA CELTA
Mr T. H. On
安梓浩老師
BSE PGDE
Ms C. K. Pang
彭翠娟老師
BEd MEd Teacher's Cert
Cert in Art & Craft Teaching

Miss Alicia Phetiam
BA MEd TESOL
Dr Rashmi Sahi
BSc MA MPhil PhD PGDE TESOL
Montessori Teaching Dip

Head of English Department
Mrs K. B. Shek
石馮潔冰老師
Teacher's Cert
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction
Cert in Art & Craft Teaching

Miss Y. K. Tam
譚欣翹老師
BEd
Miss Jennifer Tey
BA TESOL
Mr C. M. Tin
田澤民老師
BSc MA MEd PGCEd
Head of Mathematics Department
Ms M. Y. Tso
曹敏兒老師
BA MA PGDE
Cert in Techniques of Teaching Painting to Children

Head of Visual Arts Department
Ms Geetu Vashishta
BEd BA MEd MA PGDE TESOL
Head of Science & Health Education Department
Mr B. Wong
王兆熊老師
BSc MA MSc PGDE
Cert in General Counselling

Ms M. L. Wong
王玫麗老師
BEd MEd
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction
Dip in English Studies

Ms Y. L. Wong
黃逸霖老師
BSc MEd PGCEd
Dip in English Studies

Ms W. Y. Wu
胡泳沂老師
BA MA PGDE
Dip in using Putonghua as a Medium of Instruction

Miss Y. C. Wu
仵怡辰老師
BEd MA
Miss N. L. Yau
尤雅玲老師
BA BEd
Ms M. F. Yeung
楊文鳳老師
BSc MEd PGDE
Ms G. Yim
嚴珮詩老師
BMus MA Kodaly Cert
Head of Music Department
Mr C. C. Chiu
趙智泉老師
BA MMin Teacher's Cert
Music Instructor
Mr W. K. Ma
馬維鈞老師
BA MMus
Music Instructor
Ms O. N. Wong
王愛農老師
BA
Music Instructor
Ms C. M. Chan
陳卓敏老師
BSocSc MSc
Student Counsellor
Ms C. Y. Chan
陳婥宜舍監
BA
House Warden
Mr L. H. Yeung
楊靈曦舍監
MSc PGDE
Dip in Strategic Business Information Technology

House Warden

Visiting Instructors

MUSIC 音樂
 
Mr C. S. Bin (卞祉碩)
BMus (Hon), Dip in Performance (HKAPA)
Violin, Junior String Ensemble Conductor

Mr W. T. Cheung (張惠堂)
Music Cert (Central Conservatory of Middle School, Beijing)
Oboe

Mr W. K. Chin (錢穎琼)
Music Cert (Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing)
Flute

Mr K. H. Chong (莊佳凱)
BSSc (CUHK), Pro Dip in Performance (HKAPA),
Postgraduate Cert (Koningklijk Conservatorium, the Netherlands)
Clarinet, Saxophone

Mr C. Y. Ho (
何仲言)
Advanced Dip in Performance (HKAPA)
Flute

Mr T. S. Lam 
(林道晟)
BMus (Hon), Dip in Performance (HKAPA)
Violin, Viola

Miss Y. Y. Lam (林婉儀)
MCS (H.K. Alliance Bible Seminary)BA (CUHK)
Violin

Miss LC. Lau (劉莉仟)
B
A (Music) (HKU)
Percussion

Mr K. C. Man (文冠中)
MMus (Utrecht Conservatorium, the Netherlands),
BA (Hon) (Music) (HKBU)
Clarinet

Mr H. T. Ng (吳龍翔)
MMus, BSc (Indiana, Bloomington)
Bass

Miss M. Ng ( )
Music Cert (Central Art & Musical Conservatory, Beijing)
Cello

Mr W. F. Pak (
白榮輝)
Advanced Dip in Performance (HKAPA)
Brass, Symphonic Band Conductor

Miss K. K. Pun (潘嘉筠)
MMus (Arizona State University), BA (Hon) (HKBU)
Harp

Ms L. H. Tam (譚樂軒)
MMus (Mannes), BMus (HKAPA),
Pro Dip in Performance (HKAPA)
Vocal

Ms Y. Y. Tsui (徐迎昕)
BMus (University of Melbourne)
Percussion

Miss L. Y. Wan (溫樂愉)
MMus, LRAM (RAM), BMus (Hon) (HKAPA)
Oboe, Bassoon

Ms M. Y. Wong (王梅英)
M
usic Certificate (Shanghai Conservatory of Middle School)
Violin

Mr K. L. Yam (任景林)
BMus (Hon), DipMus (HKAPA)
Cello, Bass

SPORTS 體育
 
ANT Football Academy
Football
 
Fencing Hong Kong Centre (劍擊匯)
Fencing
 
Fung Heng International Sports Limited (鋒恆乒乓球訓練中心)
Table Tennis
 
Hunter Sports Productions (恆達體育有限公司)
Basketball
 
Just Climb HK (香港攀石學校)
Sports Climbing
 
Slam Sports Association (深籃體育會)
Basketball
 
Taekwondo Jet Kick Kwan (捷擎跆拳道館)
Taekwondo
 
Vigor Skipping Hong Kong Limited (香港繩飛揚有限公司)
Rope Skipping
 
Miss O. K. Chan (陳安琪)
Registered Triathlon Coach
(Triathlon Hong Kong Team)
Triathlon
 
Mr T. C. Chan (陳達昌)
Elementary Coach Cert (Hong Kong Tennis Association)
Tennis
 
Mr W. K. Chui (崔偉基)
Professional Coach
(USPTA)
Tennis
 
Miss Y. T. Lam (林綺婷)
Level One Coaches Cert
(Volleyball Association of Hong Kong, China)
Volleyball
 
Mr K. L. Lau (劉國樑)
Elementary Coach Cert (Hong Kong Tennis Association)
Tennis
 
Mr Y. F. Law (羅玉發)
Elementary Coach Cert (Hong Kong Tennis Association)
Tennis
 
Mr T. M. Li (李俊文)
Level One Coach Cert
(Hong Kong Tennis Association)
Tennis
 
Mr W. H. Tang (鄧偉慶)
Associate Tennis Instructor (Professional Tennis Registry)
Tennis
 
Miss S. Y. Wong (黃贍儀)
Level One Coaching Cert
(Hong Kong Badminton Association Limited)
Badminton
 
South China Athletic Association
Mr K. H. Yeung (楊嘉豪)
Swimming

VISUAL ARTS 視覺藝術
 
Miss K. Y. Li (李潔茹)
MDes, MAFA
Hand-built Pottery
 
Miss W. W. Or (柯慧慧)
BACM
Mural Painting
Mr H. C. Tao (杜海銓)
BAFA
Art Team, Mr & Miss Makers, Art Class Confidential

Mr W. K. Tong (
唐偉傑)
MVA, BAFA
Art Team, Mr & Miss Makers, Art Class Confidential

SCIENCE & I.T. 科學及資訊科技
 
Science Workshop (科學工作坊)
Science / STEM
 
Smart Kiddo
Computer
 
Miss P. H. Lam (林佩霞)
BSSc (Media and Social Communication) (HKBU)
Campus TV Reporter Training
 
Mr V. A. Mahbubani
BA (Creative Media) (City U)
Campus TV Reporter Training

ETHICS EDUCATION 品德教育
 
JEMS Character Academy
Character Building

OTHERS 其他
Hong Kong Magic School (香港魔術學院)
Magic

Facilities

Under Construction

Principal's Report

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