HKA’s inclusive and caring community promotes learning, friendship and mutual respect for each of its members.
Our approach to developing a joyful, vibrant community emphasises the importance of providing opportunities for all of our stakeholders to learn from and with one another. Our students come together in intentionally diverse classrooms each day, and they also work with children of different ages in cross - grade level and divisional activities on a regular basis. Each week, faculty and staff engage in professional learning workshops and conversations within and between their teams. Parents are encouraged to come onto campus for parent education events, volunteer initiatives and social gatherings. Even after they graduate, our alumni stay connected to the school, coming back for visits and offering guidance to younger students. Together, each individual contributes to HKA’s unique culture of thinking, trust and collaboration.
We believe that learning should be joyful, collaborative and deliberate, and we offer many opportunities to build friendships, try new interests and have fun. Community Choir, exercise classes, rock band, and dragon boating are just some of the ways in which our community comes together. All school events such as the Community Fair and Staff Appreciation Lunch as well as smaller scale happenings such as alumni lunches provide further occasions to celebrate our school spirit and stay connected. Partnerships with the elderly community from the Sai Kung District Community Centre and local charitable organisations allow our community to make meaningful connections with the broader Hong Kong community.
HKA offers a variety of educational workshops, counsellor coffee mornings and book clubs to parents of both Primary and Secondary School aged children. These sessions are led by faculty and visiting experts and are designed to help parents navigate the evolving needs of their children as well as provide a peer support network.
Home-school partnerships are at the heart of our community. The Parent Teacher Community Organisation (PTCO) is HKA’s parent-led volunteer organisation whose purpose is to support the school mission in providing the very best educational experience for all students.Learn More