The Activities Office promotes a wide range of activities for HKIS students and the wider community. The program provides students with an opportunity to develop fundamental skills, healthy habits and physical literacy through participation. As the activities program is an integral part of the HKIS co-curricular program, they also offer a pathway to excellence for those that wish to pursue a particular area of interest more rigorously.
The program is offered as two distinct terms each year, each term is normally 14-16 weeks in duration.
Term 1 - September to Chinese New Year
Term 2 - Chinese New Year through to June.
The programs are offered Monday to Friday after-school and on weekends, utilising the Repulse Bay and Tai Tam facilities. To learn more about the programs on offer please see the activity weekly schedules listed on this site and visit the individual program pages to find program specific content, contact information, registration forms or online registration links and individual program schedules.
Long Term Athlete Development Model
The Sports and Athletics programs follow a Long Term Athlete Development model. The aim of the model is to develop appropriate literacy and overall sports development for recreational or aspiring competitive athletes. HKIS encourages students to engage in a variety of activities and does not support early specialization. To learn more about LTAD and how you can help develop physical literacy, please click here.