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Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui College

Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui College
26–28 Hospital Road, Sai Ying Pun
Hong Kong

People's Republic of China
Coordinates 22°17′05″N 114°08′46″E / 22.284628°N 114.146117°E / 22.284628; 114.146117Coordinates: 22°17′05″N 114°08′46″E / 22.284628°N 114.146117°E / 22.284628; 114.146117

Type Public
Motto Benevolence, Love, Diligence, Fidelity
Established 1990
Principal Mr. Lee King Hang
Faculty 65
Number of students 1069
Medium of instruction Mandarin Chinese

Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui College(Mandarin :樂善堂梁銶琚書院, abbreviated as LSTLKKC) is a coeducational, government-aided sixth form college located in Hong Kong, China.

The school was founded in 1991, though it was originally called Lok Sin Tong Leung Qiu Ju College and was located in the West Road mountains. The Hospital Road site, where the college is currently located, was formerly occupied by the Yucai and Liang Wenyan secondary schools, Ms. Dawson Middle School, and the Kennedy Town Government Secondary School.


School opened earlier in the schools in the Central and Western administrative district than the traditional schools because of the reputation of King's College, St. Paul's Co-educational College and others. Fortunately for many poor students, the school was in the 1990s Conclusion For the band 5 (reference to the Banding now, that is, Band 3) schools. Starting in the 1990s, the school's students began to become regarded as miscreants among the population. Into 2000, due to traditional schools in the Western part of teaching and students were under the level-down, coupled with reform of the education system, Lok Sin Tong Leung Qiu Ju College began brewing or Banding capacity in recent years, the school's success has been increasing, but also absorb many students. In the recruitment of five repeaters, many traditional school results below 14 points the students are here to reread.

In recent years, many traditional schools examination of 14 points but failed to be the original school to admit students to enroll here in six. In addition schools can Examination 18 points more than the students from science to business, this policy to attract the traditional elite schools would like to "abandoning weight to arguments" of students to enroll. Thanks to attract foreign students and the school's policy, from 2000 to today, students in the university entrance examination results are often breakthrough, one of the in-school science failed to read in the liberal arts college entrance examination obtained after 3 A1B of success. The original school students and the elite students are combined in the school, allowing for a good atmosphere. In recent years, to Sacred Heart Canossian College, St. category Andean School, St. Stephen's School students as the main foreign students.

External links

  • Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui College's website
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