Dear AISHK Community, We hope this finds you well. As previously communicated, we are delighted to share with you our 25th Anniversary Film and publications. Anniversary Film “Celebrating 25 Years of AISHK: Who We Are Today” AISHK is proud to present to you the 25th Anniversary Film – Celebrating 25 Years of AISHK: Who We are Today. With the commitment of […Read more]
Although we are nearing the end of an extraordinary year, the School has continued and remained determined to ensure we find creative ways to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of AISHK. We are thrilled to announce the upcoming AISHK 25th Anniversary Video, which will be launched to our community during the week commencing 14 December, along with the 2020 Yearbook. Stay […Read more]
We are pleased to present a wonderful collection of Major Works created by Year 12 2020. The range of subjects across design, technology, music, visual arts, English and drama demonstrate the diversity of strengths and passions seen in our AISHK graduating students. These works represent the culmination of planning, experimentation, practice and polishing leading to a final body of work worthy […Read more]
Thank you to the 2020 PA Committee Dear Parents, Following the PA AGM, we would like to dedicate a heartfelt thanks to to the 2020 PA Committee. In a year of challenges, we were in fact able to rise above obstacles, bond as a team and provide the best we could under the circumstances for our parent community. Thank you […Read more]
Well, we have finally made it to the end of what has been an unbelievable year. Words cannot adequately express what we have all experienced this year; however, I think we have much to be proud of as a school. So much has been already written about the challenges of 2020 as we have had some many unforeseen obstacles thrown […Read more]
Congratulations to the following students who have received an Academic Merit Award for their work in Semester 2.
Thank you to all students and their families for your engagement and support through this term. Its has been busy and productive as we migrated from and back to online learning. But I have seen in the students, a dynamism and a strength in being able to adjust routines according to the circumstances. In practical subjects there has been amazing […Read more]
During the establishment of AISHK, Hannah Kvan was office manager and she played an instrumental role in the establishment of the school’s operating systems and support for the principals, Mr Brian Davies (1995) and Mrs Chris Neilsen (1996-2003). Hannah’s parents were Danish and she grew up in Hong Kong, so her command of several languages including Cantonese, was of great […Read more]