Sha Tin College

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Sha Tin College
沙田學院
Address
3 Lai Wo Lane, Sui Wo Road
Fo Tan, Sha Tin
Hong Kong
Coordinates 22°23′34″N 114°11′18″E / 22.39278°N 114.18833°E / 22.39278; 114.18833 (Sha Tin College)Coordinates: 22°23′34″N 114°11′18″E / 22.39278°N 114.18833°E / 22.39278; 114.18833 (Sha Tin College)
Information
Type Private, comprehensive, secondary, co-educational
Established 1982
Principal

Marc Morris (2011-2017)

Carol Larkin (2017- )
Enrolment 1,193 (September 2010)[1]
Colour(s) White, Light Blue, Navy Blue
Feeder schools Sha Tin Junior School
Website
The sign at the entrance of Sha Tin College on Lai Wo Lane

Sha Tin College (Chinese: 沙田學院, Abbreviated: STC) is a co-educational international secondary school in Hong Kong and a member of the English Schools Foundation.

Established in 1982 as the Shatin Annexe based in the campus of KGV School in Kowloon Tong, the school relocated to 3 Lai Wo Lane, Fo Tan in 1985, adopting its present name.[2]

Students[edit]

As of September 2010, the school had 1,193 students. At that time, 14.1 per cent of students were local, while 85.9 per cent were non-local.[1]

Houses[edit]

Symbol Name Color
D Dragon Yellow
G Griffin Green
P Pegasus Blue
X Phoenix Red

Student Leader positions include:[3]

  • Two Heads of House
  • Two Deputy Heads of House
  • Two Heads of Creativity
  • Two Heads of Action
  • Two Heads of Service
  • Two Heads of Environment
  • Two Heads of Support
  • Two Heads of Guidance and Well-being
  • One Liaison

Uniform[edit]

All students in Years 7 to 11 are required to purchase and wear the issued school uniform. Uniforms are generally school-specific in terms of colour and style. Students in the senior school (Years 12 and 13) are allowed to wear casual clothing.[4]

Transport[edit]

There are two minibus routes stopping at the College. The most commonly used 69K route[5] goes to Sha Tin Station, while the 811A goes to Pictorial Garden passes through Fo Tan Station, Shek Mun and City One. In the past, there was a coach which went to Sha Tin Station just after school, but it ceased to operate beginning term 2 of the 2007/08 school year. There are also many school buses serving the school, with the school PTA hiring six Citybuses as school buses as well as other private school bus companies services. There are also numerous private light buses that serve for areas such as Yuen Long, Tuen Mun, Sham Tseng, Tsing Yi, Tsuen Wan and even Park Island.

Notable alumni[edit]

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