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Canossa College
10 Hoi Chak Street

MottoHumility, Respect, Kindness & Love
FounderMagdalena of Canossa
Canossa College
Traditional Chinese嘉諾撒書院
Simplified Chinese嘉诺撒书院

Canossa College (Chinese: 嘉諾撒書院) is a Catholic, all-girls' school, founded in 1959. Canossa College is funded by the Government as a subsidised school.


School facilities

There are 25 classrooms and 18 special rooms (two art rooms, two computer rooms, a language room, four laboratories, four multi-purpose rooms, a needlework room, two cookery rooms, a geography room and a student activity center). Moreover, there are school hall, library, tuckshop, backyard, two multi-purpose ball courts, two playgrounds and the chapel adjacent to the convent which give ample space for various student activities.

School clubs

There are 42 clubs in total. Form one to form five students are required to participate in at least one extra-curricular activity (either an academic club, a sports team or an instrument class) and at most eight clubs. Catholic students are required to attend events organised by the Religious Affairs Club on top of meetings of other clubs.

Language Academics Sports Uniform Others Services
Chinese Society Science Society Sports Association Girl Guides Arts Society Civic Ambassadors Assembly
English Society Mathematics Society Badminton Team Red Cross Cookery Club National Ambassadors Club
Putonghua Society Swimming Team Computer Society Community Youth Club
Chinese Debate Society Table Tennis Team Photography Club Foster Prefects
English Debate Society Tennis Team Make-up Class Library Prefects
The Breeze (Chinese) (School press) Trampoline Team English Drama Club Discipline Prefects
The Breeze (English) (School press) Volleyball Team Junior Police Call Student Union
Houses Religious Affairs Committee

Club committees are either appointed by teachers or elected by club members on the first meeting.

Eighty-percent of attendance is required or ranking will not be shown on students' report card.

Coordinates: 22°17′21″N 114°12′40″E / 22.2892°N 114.2112°E / 22.2892; 114.2112