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Invictus International School (Hong Kong) Review

Located in Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, Invictus School (Hong Kong) offers an English and Mandarin immersion programme to children aged three to 11 years old – and for an all-inclusive annual fee of HKD 100,000.
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School type
International
School phase
Primary
Inspection rating
No rating
Curricula taught
Availability 2020/21
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Availability 2021/22
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Annual fee average
HKD 109,500
Annual fees
HKD 100,000 - 120,000
Price band help
Mid-range
Status
Open
Opening year
2019
School year
Aug to Jun
Principal
Christopher Jackson
Main teacher nationality
A mix of nationalities
Main student nationality
A mix of nationalities
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Invictus International School (Hong Kong)

Invictus International School (Hong Kong) Review

School type
International
School phase
Primary
Inspection rating
No rating
Curricula taught
IPC
Availability 2020/21
close
Availability 2021/22
close
Annual fee average
HKD 109,500
Annual fees
HKD 100,000 - 120,000
Price band help
Mid-range
Status
Open
Opening year
2019
School year
Aug to Jun
Principal
Christopher Jackson
Main teacher nationality
A mix of nationalities
Main student nationality
A mix of nationalities
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Located in Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, Invictus School (Hong Kong) offers an English and Mandarin immersion programme to children aged three to 11 years old – and for an all-inclusive annual fee of HKD 100,000.

Invictus International School brings a much-needed affordable option for international schooling to Hong Kong. Located in the New Territories, this school has annual tuition fees for K1 to Grade 6 of HKD 100,000, which is as much as half of that charged by some top-tier international schools in Hong Kong. 

Invictus' kindergarten and primary school opened for the 2019-20 academic year. Teaching follows the International Primary Curriculum (IPC), which is known for its creative and thematic approach to teaching, integrated with an English and Mandarin immersion programme.

School ownership and leadership
The school is part of the family of Invictus International Schools, which opened its first affordable primary school in Singapore in 2016.
Invictus International School in Singapore offers a ‘back to basics’ education for annual fees of HKD 97,000, which is considerably cheaper than most international schools there.

In August 2020, Invictus opened a secondary school at its Chai Wan campus, offering Years 7, 8, 9, 10, and 12 for the first year. The curriculum will offer IGCSEs and A Levels.

Invictus was founded by South African entrepreneur John Fearon (a parent who felt so disgruntled with the cost of education in Singapore that he decided to found his own school). Its Singapore campus is helping to fill the gap for moderately priced quality schools, just like The Independent Grammar School Durham is doing in the UK and GEMS Founders School is in Dubai. Since opening in 2016, it has moved to a larger but still boutique campus, expanded its student intake, and become popular with expat parents looking for an affordable, private education without the frills.


John Fearon, founder of Invictus International Schools

Founder John Fearon (pictured above) said: “The opening of our newest school in Hong Kong enables us to offer children the unmatched, high-quality learning experience for which Invictus has become renowned at a truly affordable rate.”

Invictus is led by two principals – one a native English speaker and the other a native Mandarin speaker.

Read our review of Invictus International School in Singapore here.

Campus and facilities
The waterfront campus is located in The Monterey, which is part of the O’South Coast development and close to Tseung Kwan O Waterfront Park. Facilities include 16 classrooms, a library, a multi-purpose hall, and an indoor playground.

Admission fees and enrolment
Annual tuition fees for K1 to Grade 6 are HKD 100,000. Unlike many schools in Hong Kong, Invictus does not charge parents an annual levy or compulsory debenture, which keeps the cost down considerably. 

Invictus has capacity for up to 100 kindergarten students and 500 primary students in Grades 1 – 6, and enrolment is open to students of all nationalities.

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