Delia School of Canada | 地利亞加拿大學校 Taikoo Shing Campus, Tai Fung Avenue, Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong
School Type : International
Maximum Annual Fee : $120,000
Annual Fees : PG1: $105,000, G1-8: $110,000, G9-10: $115,000, G11-12: $120,000
Capital Levy : NA
Debenture : NA
Other Fees : G1-8 ESL fee: $25,000, G1-12 Text book deposit: $1,000, Computer technology fee: $800-$1,000
Eligible For Pre-Primary Education Voucher (PEVS) : NA
Financial Support : NA
Application Period : Rolling
Cut-Off Date : 31 Dec
Application Fee : $1,000
Area : Eastern
District : Hong Kong Island
Type : Preschool, Primary School, Secondary School
Starting Age : 4 YEARS
Grades : Pre-Grade 1 - G12
Entry Level : PG1
Feeder Kindergarten : No
Tours/Visits : Held daily Mon - Fri. Please contact admissions to arrange tour.
Total Number Of Students : 1300 students
Max Class Size : 23-30
Number Of Classes Per Grade : PG: 2, G1-3: 5, G4-8: 4, G9 based on individual student timetable
Whole-Day Option : NA
Spoken Chinese : Putonghua
Written Chinese : Simplified
Gender : Co-ed
Year Founded : 1986
School Curriculum : Canadian (Alberta)

Our Mission

The mission of Delia School of Canada is to work with our community to provide leadership and opportunities for students to develop their intellectual, physical and social responsibilities in a multi-cultural environment. Delia School of Canada is dedicated to the pursuit of educational excellence in guiding students as they prepare to become citizens in a global community.

Our Goals

To provide a forum to bring students, parents and the community together to highlight the intellectual, physical and social achievements of the student.
To review special events and reflect upon ways to adapt them to meet the changing needs of students, parents and the community.
To provide students with the opportunities to interact in non-academic situations in developing social responsibility.
To encourage healthy active challenges in a co-curricular setting.
To have students participate in challenges within the school, local community, and international community.
To provide leadership opportunities within the curricular and co-curricular program.
To provide continuous and informative parent communications concerning the achievement and needs of their children.
To provide various forums through the school year by which parents can better understand and support their children’s achievement, needs and future endeavors.
To ensure all teachers are trained to excellence and are committed to continued professional and personal growth.

Curriculum
AP
ASDAN Award
Australian
Australian HSC
Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP)
Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme (CLSP)
Cambridge Year
Canadian
Canadian (Alberta)
Catholic Diocese Program
Central Curriculum Development Section (CCDS)
Discovery Mind Primary School (DMPS) - DB
Finnish
Forest
French program
HK
Hong Kong
IBDP
IBMYP
IBPYP
International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
IPC
Kindergarten Biblical Foundations
Montessori
Own
Reggio Emilia
SATS
Singaporean
The Dalton Plan
UK
UK (A Levels)
UK (IGCSE/GCSE)
UK EYFS
US AP
Waldorf
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