Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The International Section opened in 1994.
We are proud to serve both the needs of the Korean community in Hong Kong and an international body of more than 700 students from over 25 countries.
The school day starts from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm (Primary) and 3:15 pm (Secondary)
KIS school uniforms can be purchased from our provider online or in person. More information can be found HERE
Any students can apply or attend the International Section of KIS
Admissions, Fees & Scholarships
There are different tuition fees for Reception, Primary and Secondary. For more information click HERE.
No, the school does not have debentures or capital levy
School Curriculum & Academics
We follow the Cambridge International Programme in conjunction with the National Curriculum for England.
The medium of instruction is English.
Students complete the following examinations:
- Year 6 students complete the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint external examinations in the core subjects.
- Year 9 students complete the Cambridge Checkpoint external examinations in the core subjects
- Year 11 students complete the Cambridge IGCSE
- Year 12 students complete the AS Level
- Year 13 students complete the A2 Level
In the IGCSE results for 2013, 70% of all grades awarded to our students was at A* to C level. Students have also achieved Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards – Hong Kong High Achievement: IGCSE – First Language Korean, Foreign Language Malay A Level – Mathematics, Business Studies, Physics. For more information regarding our examination results, click HERE.
Since 2011 students from the International Section have been accepted into universities in the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States of America, Hong Kong and Australia. For a detailed list of all the universities, that our students attend after KIS, click HERE.
A-Level courses are in-depth but more focused on the individual courses than providing linkage with others. Pupils gain good expertise in the subjects they have focused on that will help with their later college-level academic work. While IB courses focus on a broader range of subjects, A-Level focuses on specialisation and in-depth study of each subject.
Many pupils and parents that opt for A-Levels are happy with the focus and accuracy provided on chosen subjects. Click HERE to find out more information about both.
Yes, from Year 1 to Year 9.