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St. Paul's College

St. Paul's College, Hong Kong was established in 1851 and is the oldest school founded in the city.

The mission of the school has been to provide education to Chinese youths in the English language upon Christian principles, and over the years many successful alumni have florished around the globe making contributions to Hong Kong, China and also the world.

2001 marked the 150th anniversary of the school, when celebration events like the Reunion Dinner, the Concert and other activities took place and were widely appreciated by the community. As the current principal Ha Wing Ho Timothy JP MBE remarked before, that year was again a "milestone in the history of St. Paul's". In the same year the school turned to the Direct Subsidy Scheme. Currently, over 1,000 students are enrolled.



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