Initiated in 1964, the French International School (FIS) Tseung Kwan O Campus has been guiding students to search and sharpen their full potentials to become confident, critical-thinking students with the love for learning and multiculturalism.
The French International School (FIS) believes in providing a firm ground to continuously inspire its students to discover their full potential. French International School Tseung Kwan O Campus focuses on developing confident and independent students who love learning, appreciate diversity and respect multiculturalism.
FIS was established in 1963 as one of Hong Kong’s first international schools. The institution has become one of the largest international through schools in Hong Kong and hosts more than 2,700 pupils aged between four to eighteen years old, spanning 40 varied nationalities throughout four campuses, including French International School Pool Road Campus and this particular campus.
The core mission of the French International School of Hong Kong should be to provide students from an ethnically diverse, overseas and local community residing in Hong Kong with an empowering, quality level of education.
Students are given the opportunity to explore three different languages due to the school’s one-of-a-kind multilingual education(French, English and Mandarin). Following the French, British and International Baccalaureate Curriculum, FIS is proud to have students and staff who could communicate fluently in at least two languages.
The French Flow follows the Brevet and French Baccalaureate French National Curriculum. The Global Flow leads to IGCSE, then IB, the English Curriculum. A community culture with committed teachers, active students and parents in the World City of Asia who are responsible for their own growth.
As a school with students from diverse backgrounds and cultures, FIS Tseung Kwan O Campus inspires students to interact and communicate well with their peers while solving challenges together during lessons and activities.
FIS Tseung Kwan O Campus loves diversity. Students are taught to embrace and respect multiculturalism at a young age in order for them to become open-minded leaders who could lead others with responsibility and unbiased kindness.
FIS integrates a host of sustainable programs within the classroom and even beyond on broad environmental topics. The actions and beliefs of the institution in the power of education and value of the society provide entire generations of young people with a firm foundation and constant motivation.