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Christian Alliance International School offers Christian education and follows the curriculum of Alberta Education, Canada. It charges $113,400 for preparatory level up to $180,100 in Grade 10-12.
The Christian Alliance International School or CAIS provides Christian education using a curriculum of Alberta Education, Canada. The school is also seeking accreditation as an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme school. Based in Hong Kong and founded and is still owned by a Kowloon Tong Church of the Chinese Christian and Missionary Alliance (KTAC), the non-profit school teaches learners from primary to secondary, or preparatory to grade 12. All learners are taught in English and the Christian foundation is evangelical.
The Christian Alliance Hong Kong school began teaching in 1992. The school provides education for learners aged 5 to 17 years at its preparatory, low and upper, and its secondary units. It is led by Richard Vanderpyl, who leads the school, has related experience in leading such schools. He joined it in 2019 after a 17-year stint at a Christian school in New Zealand.
The school features a very low teacher-student ratio and with smaller class sizes, students can get personalized support and easier time to express themselves. They are also able to learn faster and achieve better academic results.
In addition to using the Alberta Education curriculum, the school employs a student-centered and inquiry-based approach to learning/teaching. The curriculum also incorporates technology. Alberta Education, is the ministry that oversees childhood, primary and secondary education in Alberta, Canada. Alberta Education, is the ministry that oversees childhood, primary and secondary education in Alberta, Canada.
Learners who complete secondary education at the school can quality or apply Advanced Placement courses for the 100-credit Alberta Diploma requirement.
The school charges $113,400 for preparatory level up to $180,100 in Grade 10-12.
Christian Alliance International School is seeking accreditation as an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme school. In addition to being an Alberta accredited international school, it is also certified by the Association of Christian Schools International, Association of China and Mongolia International Schools, and AP.
It is a renowned Christian School in Hong Kong and provides a diploma of Alberta Education, Canada. Students start getting credits for the Alberta Diploma Program in Grade 9 and get the diploma on attaining 100 credit units. This includes at least twenty Level 30 credits which are counted for the diploma.
To qualify for courses, it is required that Grade 11 students achieve at least 34 credits. Students in Grade 12 must achieve a total value of 28 credits. Grade 7, 8, and 9 pursue Mathematics, English language arts, science, visual arts, social studies, Christian Ethics and Chapel, Music, Library, and Chinese Studies.
Grade 10 add on Religious Studies, General Psychology, Social Studies; while Grade 11 add on Physics, Drama, Chemistry, Biology, University preparation, and micro-economics on top of that; and Grade 12 Calculus.
The international school has facilities to support soccer, basketball, table tennis, and badminton. There also are track and field activities as well as volleyball and hockey sports.
The new campus building will serve more students.
Location, admission, and fees
The Christian Alliance International School in Hong Kong is located on 33 King Lam Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon in Hong Kong.
The Christian Alliance International School charges $113,400 for preparatory level, Grade 1 to 3 $126,400, and the fees increases from Grade to the other up to $180,100 in Grade 10-12.
The school is currently charging more money to meet the capital expenditure for the construction of the school at Butterfly Valley and future enhancements. The school has developed an Individual Capital Note (ICN) to meet this expenditure. The cost of Individual Capital Note is HK $560,000 for the first child, HK $504,000 for the second child and HK$476,000 for the third child.