Recent News and Notable Events



School tours are offered on:


16 October 2014 (Thu)
31 October (Fri)
11 November (Tue)
1 December (Mon)

All tours start at 10:45 am and finish at 12:30 pm.

** To reserve a place, please contact our school office by
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You are also cordially invited to our Open Day
Date: 22 November 2014 (Sat)
Time: 10:30am - 3:00pm
Enjoy students' performances and displays of work



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Diploma results and Tertiary Education Destinations 2014

Congratulations to our 2014 HKDSE and IBDP graduates who have achieved over 90% entry into Tertiary Education. Out of 90 graduates, 10 have gained entry to HKU. Many have entered renowned institutions overseas... Read more ...


IB Diploma 2014 result

This year’s CSS IB Diploma results were released on 6th July 2014. Once again, they clearly surpassed world averages for all IB World Schools.

At CSS, access to study the IBDP is not restricted solely to our strongest students – our IBDP cohort includes students of all levels of ability. Each student is individually advised and guided in accordance with their interests, aspirations and choices of university courses as to which Diploma they should study. Read more...


2013-14 Higher Education Offers

Following the pattern of success for the last two years, our third cohort of students continuously received offers from prestige universities. While HKDSE students are waiting for the result of JUPAS application, most of our students got offers from HK (Non-JUPAS), UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Switzerland and Taiwan. Many of them received more than one offer. Read more ...



CSS Mini-Enterprise competition
The CSS Mini-Enterprise competition was held this term where Form 4 Business students formed small businesses to offer goods and services at the annual swimming gala. Overall, the groups managed to generate over $8000 of sales revenue from $4000 of start-up capital. Proceeds will be donated to the students’ charity of choice (UNICEF and WWF). Read more ... mini-enterprize1




CSS held a World Cup competition to promote football
Ole, Ole Ole, Ole(singing) - To commemorate BRAZIL 2014 World Cup, CSS held a World Cup competition to promote football but most importantly the spirit; the joy; the unity and smiles on people's faces that football can bring and instil in people's  hearts - a real force of power. Read more ...




History students shine in the Asia region

P1020088 Between 13/6 and 15/6, Alfred Chan (F2 Bo), Richard Cheung (F3 Ca) and Eric Lo (F2 Ju) took part in the Asian Championships of History Bee and Bowl- global competition for History lovers. The Asian Championships included schools from Japan to the United Arab Emirates. Read more ....



CSS Students excel at running

We are very pleased to see our students representing Hong Kong sport teams and compete abroad.

Nicole Shi, F4 Delonix, will be representing the Hong Kong Cross Country team to compete in Mongolia.

She came in second among 42 girls in a time trial conducted on May 10, 2014.  After another two rounds of Pre-Competition Training, her selection was confirmed. She will represent Hong Kong in the 2nd Asian Schools Cross Country Championship in Mongolia on June 28, 2014. Read more ...

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Top Optimist Sailor enjoys challenges ahead

After having a lot of training and hard work, Thorwen Uiterwaal, F1 Delonix, is now the number 1 ranking Optimist Sailor in Hong Kong.

 Read more ...

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CSS Wushu Team Wins Top Award

CSS Wushu team has come first in a key event at the annual Hong Kong New Talent Wushu Championship on 10 May, 2014.

We congratulated six students, including  F1 Bo Jason Lai,  F3 Ba Roy Yung,  F3 Ba Thomas Sze, F4 Ba Brian Kwan, F4 De Johnathon Lee and F4 Ja Jerry Lam, for becoming champions in the Secondary School Nam Quan (南拳) category. Read more ...





TKO Joint Schools' Music Concert 


Hundreds of students and parents enjoyed the first Tseung Kwan O schools’ music festival on 10 April 2014.

The grand show involved 3 schools, including GT College, Logos Academy and our school, with 8 conductors, 11 music teachers and 292 performers.

In the one and a half hour event, the schools performed a wide-ranging programme, including A Capella, handchime, string ensemble, choir, rock band and orchestra. They won huge applause from the audience who filled up the CSS school hall.

CSS Principal Cheung Siu-ming spoke after the show, saying that the music festival was fantastic. He was happy that the synergy of the three schools made “one plus one plus one more than three”. He hopes the joint school activity will continue to be held in  future years.

Principal Raymond Tam of GT College and Principal Paul Cho of Logos Academy were also pleased to see the event so successfully conducted.


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Students from Buckswood School

visited CSS

On 4th April a group of 14 students from Buckswood School, an IB school in the UK, came to visit CSS, specifically to experience the learning culture here. They spent their afternoon in Chinese Language Acquisition lessons and worked with our CSS students. We are impressed by their students' commitment to learn the Chinese language and our students enjoyed this opportunity to interact with young people of their age from a different country and culture.



HKDSE and IBDP Visual Arts Exhibition 2014

This is a collection of work produced by 27 Form 6 Visual Arts students over the past two years. The exhibition is an opportunity for students to present their work to a public audience, and is  an intergral part of the IB Diploma final assessment.






CSS programme on Digital Broadcasting Corporation

A group of students, parents and staff went to the DBC studios in Cyberport on 6 March to record a programme, in Cantonese, to share our views about CSS as a school. The programme was first broadcast on 12 March but can be enjoyed by going to the link below by 10 April:





School Production 2014 - Annie

After 5 months of hard work and dedication from a full cast of 40 students and 40 orchestra from Form 1 to Form 6 (not to mention stage crew, technicians and costume and make up assistants) The 4th Creative Secondary School Production spent a week of glory on the school stage. With excellent performances from all involved, it was a great opportunity for the school to come together to celebrate the talent we have. Over 1000 people gathered to watch the performances during the show week including invited guests from Kingston and Creative Primary School. We received many great comments from a number of staff, parents and ex students. Read more ... annie_school_production





Thank you to everyone who attended the Arts Extravaganzia event!! For your further enjoyment here is a sample of performances by senior secondary students currently studying Music as one of their Diploma subjects:



CSS second cohort tertiary education destinations

Congratulations to our second cohort of students for their achievements

in the IB and Hong Kong Diploma, and their entrance to tertiary education

institutions in Hong Kong and overseas: Details


CSS Continues to Achieve Excellent IB Results

啓思中學繼續獲取 IB 優異成績

Details in English.




Invitation to apply to Form 4 in 2014 now open

If you want to strengthen your prospects for entering a good university, in Hong Kong or abroad, then we believe that Form 4 is a good time to join our school. We are in a unique position to offer you an international teaching team and a wide choice of elective subjects. Our small classes enable your learning to be stimulating and effective. As an awarding winning Inviting School, we undertake to guide each student towards their academic and personal goals.

You can get a taste of our vibrant learning environment through this website or make an appointment to tour the school. For specific information about entry to Form 4 … 



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Education Bureau Comprehensice Review endorses positive developments at CSS

The Education Bureau conducted a Comprehensive Review of CSS in May 2012. Its report was released on October 19th 2012.  

The findings are very positive and have validated the school's healthy progress over the past six years.  read more....




Follow-on article

Congratulations to our 2014 HKDSE and IBDP graduates who have achieved over 90% entry into Tertiary Education. Out of 90 graduates, 10 out of 35 remaining in Hong Kong have gained entry to HKU. Many have entered renowned institutions overseas – including Edinburgh & Glasgow in Scotland; Nottingham, Kent & London in England; Melbourne & UNSW in Australia; Toronto & McGill in Canada; Colorado, Wisconsin-Madison, San Francisco & Chicago Arts School in the USA; Waseda& Keio in Japan and Les Roches in Switzerland.

Highlights of Examination results

Top HKDSE student averaged over 5 points, including 5** in Liberal Studies & ICT and entering HKU

Nine IBDP students scoring 40 or more points, with six entering HKU, CUHK, City U.

83% scored 3 or higher in HKDSE English

89% passed Liberal Studies (English medium)


Courses of study followed by students


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