Mr. Terry Tsui 徐飛 先生

The Chairman of School Board02-web

Graduated from Diocesan Boys’ School and obtained his BBA degree from the Business University of Costa Rica, Mr Tsui was an outstanding former Hong Kong elite athlete in Track and Field events. He specialized in long jump and sprinting races and was a champion-holder in Hong Kong for a number of years, which made him rank in the Top Ten Athletes in the All China Indoor Game 2006.

Mr Tsui has actively engaged in education and is currently an executive committee member of Maryknoll Convent School (Primary Section) PTA, the school board director of LST Yeung Chung Ming Primary School, the founder and school board chairman of St. Hilary’s School.

Mr Tsui cares about developing and boosting a child’s self-confidence and holds the firm belief that to fully develop a child’s potential a wide range of exposure to and knowledge of extra-curricular activities are necessary.

Message from Mr Tsui

Every child deserves the best possible start in life and early years experiences have a direct effect on a child’s future chances. A young child needs a secure, safe, confident and happy childhood.

St. Hilary’s teams take our responsibility very seriously to ensure that our school will provide each child with the environment and the experiences that they need to develop,grow and thrive, safely and securely.

We offer an integrated curriculum combining thematic and interactive teaching methods. All key disciplines including language (English and Chinese), mathematics, aesthetics (music and arts), 0natural science, and physical education will form part of a dynamic, relevant curriculum designed to stimulate learning and achievement.

We actively encourage children’s personal development, specializing in developing self-confidence and providing a variety of extra activities which afford the opportunity to acquire new interests and complement children’s academic studies.

I do believe that every child is unique and each one must be treated with the care and respect that they deserve and given the best on offer.