Read on to discover which schools are opening in 2020.
Invictus International School plans to open its second Hong Kong campus, which will be a middle and high school on Hong Kong Island; subject to regulatory approval, Invictus will open the Chai Wan campus in the third quarter of 2020. The Chai Wan campus will follow the opening of the Tseung Kwan O campus in the New Territories, due to open in November 2019 for K1 through to Year 6.
Invictus brings a much-needed affordable option for international schooling to Hong Kong. Located in Monterey Place, its Tseung Kwan O campus has annual tuition fees for Grades K1-6 of HKD 100,000, which is as much as half of that charged by some top-tier international schools in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong campuses are the latest addition to the family of Invictus International Schools, which opened its first affordable primary school in Singapore in 2016.
Read our review of Invictus International School (Hong Kong) here.
The UK independent school Kent College will open a campus in Hong Kong in September 2020. It promises to deliver a British education that “will reflect the values and ethos of the home school in Canterbury”.
The 130-year-old Kent College in Canterbury, UK is a co-ed independent school for students aged three months through to 18 years. This will be the second international campus for Kent College after Kent College Dubai opened in 2016.
Read our review of Kent College Hong Kong here.