Campus life

Student Union and Houses


  1. To cultivate students’ leadership skills

  2. To develop students' ability to carry out large-scale activities

  3. To enhance communication between students and the school

  4. To enhance students’ understanding and sense of belonging to the school

  5. To strengthen the link between alumni and the Student Union


Student Union
The Student Union aims to nurture students’ leadership skills as well as their sense of autonomy, cooperation and civic consciousness; facilitate students’ exploration of their potential and develop their sense of belonging to the school. Also, it aims to organise activities and offer students welfare in accordance with the school’s principles. The Student Union Executive Committee is led by the President and two Vice-Presidents, under which there are four divisions: Division of Academic and Cultural Affairs, Division of Promotion and Publicity, Division of Joint House Affairs and Division of Student Welfare.


Four houses were established at the opening of our school:

Faith House: Everything is possible in Faith (Mk9:23)


Hope House: Hope does not disappoint us (Rm 5:5)


Love House: There is no fear on Love (Jn1 4:19)


Grace House: By Grace you are saved through (Eph2:8)

Student Union Activities Overview:
September - Introduction of Student Union to S1 students
September - S1 House Orientation for S1 Students
September - Student Union Annual General Meeting
September - Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration Activity
November - Singing Contest
November - Open Day SU Booth
December - DSE Fighter
December - Christmas Day School Decoration
January - SU BBQ
March - Inter-House Ball Games
April - Inter-house Academic Week
May - Teacher Appreciation Assembly
June - Student Union and House Election
Whole year - Stationery Crazy Sale
Whole year - Publishing of SU Post
Whole year - Class of the Year
Whole year - Lunchbox Steaming Service & Lending Service
Whole year - Student Discounts offered by shops