Munsang College
(Hong Kong Island)
港島民生書院
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Location
26 Tai On Street
Sai Wan Ho
Hong Kong
Coordinates22°16′59″N 114°13′28″E / 22.28295°N 114.22442°E / 22.28295; 114.22442Coordinates: 22°16′59″N 114°13′28″E / 22.28295°N 114.22442°E / 22.28295; 114.22442
Information
TypeAided, co-educational
MottoLight and Life
All for One, One for All
Religious affiliation(s)Protestantism
Christianity
Established1999; 24 years ago (1999)
School districtEastern District, Hong Kong
PresidentMr Wong Kui Hung Jeremiah
PrincipalDr Yim Chi Shing
Staff64
GradesF.1 – F.6
Number of students802 (2020/21)
Campus size75,350 square feet
HousesIsaiah, Moses, Samuel, Caleb (Chinese: 正、謙、誠、勇)
Colour(s)  
AffiliationMunsang College School Sponsoring Body
Websitewww.imsc.edu.hk
Munsang College
Traditional Chinese港島民生書院
Simplified Chinese港岛民生书院

Munsang College (Hong Kong Island) (IMSC, Chinese: 港島民生書院) is a top-ranked Christian secondary school located in Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong, at the waterfront of Aldrich Bay.[1] Established in 1999 by Munsang College Education Council, it operates independently from Munsang College in Kowloon established in 1926. The college was named after two founders Au Tak and Mok Kon Sang.[2] The mottos of the college are "Light And Life" and "All For One, One For All". Dr Yim Chi Shing is the Principal of the college.

It has been using English as the medium of instruction for all subjects excluding Chinese language, Chinese literature, Chinese history, and religious education (Christianity) since the academic year 2010-11. The first cohort using English as the medium of instruction had graduated in 2016. The college has had a Student Association since September 2008.

History

References

  1. ^ Lai, Catherine (1 September 2016). "Pro-independence student groups hand out 'Republic of Hong Kong passports' on first day of school". Hong Kong Free Press HKFP. Retrieved 19 October 2022.
  2. ^ Sweeting, Anthony (1 May 1990). Education in Hong Kong, Pre-1841 to 1941: Fact and Opinion. Hong Kong University Press. p. 66. ISBN 978-962-209-258-7.

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