Principal’s Sharing

Principal’s Sharing

A Gourmet Principal - From a Knowledge Builder into a Servant Leader

Principal Dr. Eddy Lee



I am excited and grateful to join CCC Ming Kei College as the principal. I have been dedicated to the field of education for more than 25 years. My administrative and management experience helps me in collaborating with the teachers and staff as a team to motivate all students to learn. The journey in transforming from a teacher to a researcher, then into a principal was fruitful and my understanding of Knowledge Building has influenced my role as a teacher as well as a principal. I believe my continuous collaboration with academics and participation in teachers’ network will benefit our students to achieve success in a caring and supportive environment.

I grew up in the CCC Wanchai Church and I have been actively involved in planting and expanding the CCC Covenant Church in Tin Shui Wai since 1999. As a member of the CCC family, I am more than delighted to join one of the CCC schools as principal. I see our school as a Christian community where a Christ-centered atmosphere is created for educating our students with encouragement and kindness.

The home and school connection is vital to the future success of our students. You, the parents, have a key role to play in the learning experience of your children. As a parent of two secondary students, I am glad to share the challenges I have overcome and the lessons I have learnt. Our interest in their work and our words of encouragement will show our children that we value their education.

Ming Kei College is a big harmonious family. Based on the bonding we have, I created the Principal’s Kitchen. Before the sixth-formers were faced with the challenge of HKDSE, I cooked a hot meal for each S.6 class hoping to give them support and encouragement in tackling the rigorous trial ahead. I hope they can further pass on the love and concern to people around them.

My mission as principal at Ming Kei College is to ensure that we put our students first. We believe that all students can learn, and it is our job to support our students to reach their fullest potential. As I see the need for us to equip students with 21st century competencies, one of my plans is to develop MKC into a Knowledge Building school which will allow students to capitalize on opportunities and contribute actively to the fast-moving world nowadays.