Wednesday, October 1, 2008

St. Paul's School (Lam Tin)

St. Paul's School is a Catholic girls' secondary school in Hong Kong run by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres. Following the teaching advocated by , its patron saint, the School aims to uphold the Paulinian spirit of 'all things to all men' inculcated students with the Christian values of love, goodness and truth and intellectually, morally and spiritually prepared to face their life in future.


On 2 May, 1972, the School was formally opened by Lady MacLehose under the blessing of Bishop Frances Hsu. The teaching, however, started in September 1970 with four classes and eight staff, including Sister Marie Pauline Wong, who was also the first Principal and Supervisor. As the construction of the school premises didn't complete until September 1971, the first year teaching is conducted under the roof of Sing Yin Secondary School.

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