Our Beginning & Basic Information
The Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School is the first secondary and primary through-train school affiliated to a university in Hong Kong.
The 12-year through-train school has been the vision of the Hong Kong Baptist University since 1990s, and tremendous effort has been continually invested to realise this vision. In August 2001, Dr. Daniel Tse, then President and Vice-Chancellor, signed an agreement with Mr. Wong Kam Fai. Under the agreement, the university accepted a generous donation from the Kum Shing K.F. Wong Charity and Education Foundation for the purpose of purchasing school furniture and equipment. As a gesture of gratitude, the school was then named “Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School”.
The Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony of the affiliated school was held on 13 December 2004. In 2006, the construction of our campus, which exceeds Y2K school design standards, was completed. In September 2006, our first batch of students were admitted to the school and started receiving diversified and high quality education.
Passionate to Learn, with Confidence
Determined to Succeed, with Vision
- Caters to the whole person development, providing a safe learning environment for the students
- Empowering them to be spiritually mature, wise and informed, artistic, physically strong, creative and civic-minded
- Whilst broadening their horizons with an emphasis on developing their world knowledge, focus will also be put on understanding the three literacy
- Students will become global citizens with national pride at heart
|School Name||Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School|
|Address||6 On Muk Lane, Shek Mun, Shatin, N.T.|
|Supervisor||Professor Frank Fu Hoo Kin, BBS, MH, JP|
|Chief Principal||Dr. Benjamin Chan Wai Kai, MH|
|School Type||Direct-subsidy Scheme, Co-educational|
|Sponsoring Body||Hong Kong Baptist University|
|Donation from||Kum Shing K.F. Wong Charity and Education Foundation|