Welcome to Malvern College Hong Kong! We are delighted that you are considering our school for your child, and we are excited about the opportunity to play a key role in helping your child develop and fulfil their potential.
Malvern College Hong Kong opened its doors in August 2018. For the academic year 2019-20, we will start with Year 1 to Year 10 followed by an expansion to full capacity of 960 pupils, enabling a full curriculum to be offered from Year 1 to Year 13.
Malvern College Hong Kong is open to all pupils within the age guidelines.
In considering applications from prospective pupils, we are dedicated to building diversity and we welcome families of any nationality. We also take into consideration how our values as an institution align with the families of our pupils, so we consider it very important to meet parents and child(ren) as part of the application process.
Before you apply to the school, we invite you to find out more about our school and admissions by joining one of our ‘Malvern Meets’ for prospective parents. These sessions are listed here and on our Facebook page. Also, please sign up to our mailing list for the latest information and updates and events about the school.
Applications for the academic year 2019 – 2020 are now open for admissions. Parents may apply for a place for your child(ren) two years in advance of the desired year of entry into Year 1, but not earlier.
If parents are interested in applying for the academic year 2018-2019 for your child(ren), please contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com or contact us at +852 3898 4688.
We are looking to build a diverse pupil population. With the relevant admissions policies in place, we are committed to promoting the formation of a vibrant community. The school is open to considering pupils who may need some support in English in the short term, if their home environment can support their learning in English.
In addition, the following groups will have priority for assessment:
All children will be required to meet the school’s entrance requirement irrespective of priority status, including those children nominated under the Nomination Rights Scheme.