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SCHOOL NAME:AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL HONG KONG

http://www.aishk.edu.hk/


                                 Australian International School Hong Kong (AISHK)
Founded to fulfill the growing demand for a high quality Australian educational institution in Hong Kong, AISHK was incorporated on the 26th January 1995 and was established as a co-educational, non-denominational, English medium international school. The vision of the AISHK Foundation was to create a world class international school where students, through active participation, achieve their personal best and graduate as skilled healthy, influential and responsible international citizens.

We provide all students with high quality and comprehensive international school learning experiences, based on Australian cultural principles and values; namely an ethos of excellence, equity, care, personal achievement and intercultural understanding. 

Today the School population stands at over 1,100 students, studying from Reception (aged 4) right through to Year 12 graduation in primary and secondary divisions. AISHK is closely aligned to the objectives and curriculum of Australia, but additionally takes into consideration the location of the school in an Asian society. Senior students have the choice of sitting for the Higher School Certificate or the International Baccalaureate Diploma. With these qualifications, 98% of our graduates go on to study at the top universities in Australia and throughout the rest of the World.

As non-profit school all revenues and profits generated by the School are reinvested into resources and funding the School’s physical development project.  The success of the School’s development has been based on foundations of volunteerism and giving. 

								

Contact details

3A NORFOLK ROAD KOWLOON TONG KOWLOON

Email:

info@aishk.edu.hk

Tel: 23046078
Fax: 23046077

Level

Age of students

Primary medium of instruction

Places
offered

Year of establishment

Secondary cum Primary

4-18

English

1,246

1995

School fees (HKD)  2017/18 school year

95,100-204,800  MORE
Operating Classes R2 R3 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5
Annual School Fees in HK$ 95,100* 140,800 140,800 140,800 140,800 140,800 140,800
Age 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
 
Operating Classes Y6 Y7 Y8 Y9 Y10 Y11 Y11
Annual School Fees in HK$ 140,800 162,500 162,500 162,500 162,500 170,600 204,800^
Age 11 12 13 14 15 16 16
 
Operating Classes Y12 Y12          
Annual School Fees in HK$ 170,600 204,800^
Age 17 17          

Accreditation (Year of last review)

District

Status

Curriculum

  1. New South Wales Board of Studies (2014),
  2. International Baccalaureate Organisation (2010)

Kowloon City District

Non-profit making

Australian, IB

Special arrangement for incoming families

Students coming from Australia can submit academic reports electronically and receive advanced acceptance prior to coming to Hong Kong. Contact our Admissions Department at admissions@aishk.edu.hk for further information.

Support for students with special education needs Financial assistance / scholarship Facilities for hire

By offering a range of support services within the Learning Enrichment Centre (LEC), the School demonstrates its commitment to ensuring that diversity in learning does not exclude students from achieving their individual potential.
The special educational needs required by students at AISHK are reflected in our programs, which are tailored to support areas such as English language learning, literacy, numeracy, organisation and learning strategies and skills.
Our Counsellors work alongside our Special Education teachers to assess and identify areas of need, including those pertaining to gifted and talented students, and plan an effective course of action to ensure student success. A Speech and Language Therapist also works from within the LEC to provide at-school therapy for those who require this service.

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School Hall/Auditorium
Sports ground
Gymnasium
Swimming Pool