School Profile

School Profile

Established in 1967

Ming Kei College is an Anglo-Chinese grammar secondary school founded by The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China in 1967. In the initial year of its inauguration, the school operated on the campus of Ming Yin College until it moved to the existing premises officially opened on 29 January, 1969. 

English as Medium of instruction

Regarding the medium of instruction, our school has consistently been using English as the medium since our inauguration in 1967. All junior form classes have English as the medium of instruction for all subjects (except Religious Education, Chinese Language, Chinese History and Putonghua). 

Well-equipped School

Premises built on an area of 4600 square metres, the school is composed of two independent buildings: the school hall and the main building. The school hall has a seating capacity of 1300. The six-storeyed L-shaped main building has 30 classrooms and 18 special rooms which are air-conditioned and equipped with full WIFI coverage, computer, projector, Apple TV and visualizer. Special rooms include an IT Innovation Laboratory (equipped with laser cutters and 3D printers), a Ceramics Room, a Gym Room, a mini hall with equipment for drama and other performances, etc.

Advocate Holistic Education

Providing students with a holistic education is our goal. In this context, the promotion of moral, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic and spiritual education is equally emphasized. In order to enhance our students’ understanding of the country, society and community and to develop their sense of belonging, the school has put a lot of efforts into civic education. The Reading Lesson is implemented to encourage students to read extensively in order to enhance their language proficiency. The Peer Counselling Scheme provides students with ample opportunities to learn to be concerned about others and render help to their peers. 

Strong School-parent Partnership

The school values communication and connection with the families of our students. Since the establishment of the Parent-Teacher Association in October, 1993, a great variety of activities have been organised for the parents of our students and teachers. With the help of the school social workers, a number of counselling programmes have been run through which the parents learn the skills of counselling their children. 

Promotes Social Service

To promote our students’ participation in community service, a Service Grade Point System has been introduced. Hopefully, through practice, our students can understand and implement the Ming Kei school motto, which is the teaching of Jesus Christ : It is more blessed to give than to receive.