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St. Paul's College, Hong Kong

Founded in 1851, St. Paul's College is the oldest secondary school started in Hong Kong. The school started as an Anglo-Chinese school with only one tutor and nine students. Today, the college consists of more than 1,300 students and bears little resemblance to its humble beginning.

The mission of the school has been to provide education to Chinese youths in the English language upon Christian principles.

Over the years, the school has nurtured numerous almuni who contribute enormously to the society.

The year 2001 marked the 150th Anniversary of the school, and in the same year the school decided to join the Direct Subsidy Scheme, under which the school is given more freedom in the enrollment of students and the design of the curriculum.

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