Vision and Mission

As a co-educational government-subsidized EMI secondary school, our mission is to make available to boys and girls a sound and all-round secondary education conducted on Christian principles as professed by the Sheng Kung Hui.
 
We strive to exhort our students to emulate Bishop Hall, a great and godly man who dedicated his whole life to serving the people of Hong Kong and China, in the spirit of his family motto – “I was not born to myself alone”, which is adopted as our school motto. As our school motto goes, all Jubileans are nurtured to love and serve the community.
 
We are committed to nurturing the whole-person development of students and instilling in them Christian values of love, caring, self-confidence, embracing all that is good, true and beautiful so that all students will graduate as healthy and competent individuals, both of mind and body. 

School's Key Concerns (2016-2019)
1. To strengthen a caring and thankful school culture;
2. To guide students to become proactive and successful learners;
3. To further cater for students’ diverse learning needs.

Vision and Mission

As a co-educational government-subsidized EMI secondary school, our mission is to make available to boys and girls a sound and all-round secondary education conducted on Christian principles as professed by the Sheng Kung Hui.
 
We strive to exhort our students to emulate Bishop Hall, a great and godly man who dedicated his whole life to serving the people of Hong Kong and China, in the spirit of his family motto – “I was not born to myself alone”, which is adopted as our school motto. As our school motto goes, all Jubileans are nurtured to love and serve the community.
 
We are committed to nurturing the whole-person development of students and instilling in them Christian values of love, caring, self-confidence, embracing all that is good, true and beautiful so that all students will graduate as healthy and competent individuals, both of mind and body. 

School's Key Concerns (2016-2019)
1. To strengthen a caring and thankful school culture;
2. To guide students to become proactive and successful learners;
3. To further cater for students’ diverse learning needs.