Campus Life

Activities

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Dynamic young pastors from visiting churches shared the importance of having a relationship with GOD so that we are able to “Recognize Him” and walk according to His will. Students also enjoyed the music and engaged friendship of the singing group, Golden Angels.
The 3rd annual Science Fair was a great success with a record number of students earning bronze, silver or gold certificates. Each group developed testable questions and ran experiments to test their hypothesis. Judges came to inspect each project and probe the students for authentic learning. Good job everyone.
The Student Association once again gathered the whole school together in the gym to spread the Christmas cheer by making Christmas card for senior citizens in the Elder’s Homes. Later older students took these cards personally to the senior citizens.
From Kenya to Korea, from Canada to Costa Rica, from Mexico to Malysia and all the amazing countries in between, this day was filled with song and dance celebrating the varied cultures represented on this campus. What an amazing GOD we serve.
This year’s Musical lead by Ms. Arleen and her drama team took us to a far away island where not all was equal. And a girl sought love from the wrong side of the island. With powerful songs and mesmerizing dance, the students and staff put on a show that was an awe to behold.
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s…. Superman. And Batman. And Spiderman. And…a racecar driver? This week had students parading around the school in daily themed costumes that helped lift the spirit and smiles of all the students in our school.

Mr. Gordon shared with the students the importance of wearing the Armor of GOD. Students learned how each piece of the armor is important for their spiritual life. Thank you Mr. Gordon

It was a beautiful day to get physically active out of class. Coloured teams worked together to help their group accomplish different tasks. Games such as basketball, badminton, capture-the-flag, tug-o-war, and various relay races ensued that everyone stayed active and had fun.

The entire campus came together for a day of team building games. Despite the severe rain storm, students powered through to have an exciting day of fun and physical activity.

This program allows student of all ages levels the opportunity to visit churches around Hong Kong and to demonstrate their love for God in various activities such as song, puppet show, children story, special music, prayer and sermons.

Happy Valley International Church (March 1016)

Today included a grade 5 puppet show about creation, prayer by Karen Chun , Mr. Brondo’s hand bell choir, a poem about lost sheep, and a sermon by Mr. Gordon about setting a good example for our children.

Bible Auditorium Church (May 2016)

Today included a grade 4 & 5 puppet show about reading your Bible, a hand bell performance by high school students, and a sermon by Mr. Steve about finding lost treasure.

Bayview Church (June 2016)

Students took over the show with Oliver Cao as our chairperson. Pathfinders greeted everyone at the door and helped take up the offering. The Bayview children’s choir sang several great songs, well Joseph Pak had pastoral prayer. Our senior hand bell choir played several pieces and grades 3-5 put on an original puppet play written by grade 5 Shania Chua. Two older students Eve Lee and Paola Mora Zepedia both gave touching sermons about their lives and walking with God

Bayview Church (November 2016)

This day saw Anne Pondi with the pastoral prayer, well our very own puppet team did the children story, and the hand bell team continued to amaze with their performance to GOD.

Philippine Church (March 2017)

Grade 1-2 students did a wonderful job with their teachers playing hand bells and singing songs in praise of our GOD. The sermon team included 6 students from grade 8-12 all talking about the import aspects of the Armor of GOD. International Church (June 2017) (Pending)

  • Healthy Salad Dressing
  • Pizza Making
  • Bread Making
  • Chinese Food
  • Healthy Food
With food, games, stage performances, contests, and free giveaways, who wouldn’t want to come to our annual Food and Fun Fair. So much fun so little time.

Elementary

This year elementary students traveled to Qingdau, China to partaking in the many marvels of this ancient city. Students enjoyed making and flying kites, eating new foods, visiting local Chinese schools, and walking through the many scenic parks around the city. Everyone was sad to leave, but happy to be reunited with their parents.
After safety demonstrations from Mr. Fong, it was off to the beach. Students enjoyed a variety of beach games such as a scavenger hunt, sand castle making, and of course swimming in the ocean.
A Park of Pandas, Parrots, and Penguins provided our pupils a perfect place to play. Pizza and Pop proved to be a palatable part of our picnic lunch. A pleasant place for our pupils to practice taking picturesque photographs.
Noah’s Ark had a large variety of activities for students to participate in. Activities such as: matching animals in the rainforest, learning about dinosaur fossils, listening to the sounds of different instruments, or rotating the planets around the sun. Hands-on learning look place in all areas.
Students enjoyed learning about the history of the Hong Kong Police Force. Well later they were baffled by the optical illusions of the trick eye museum. Lunch was enjoyed at The Peak well overlooking the skyline of Hong Kong
Students had an opportunity to dress up in the occupation of many different jobs. Students had a chance to role play the different jobs that people perform all around us.
Great fun was had by students as they netted fish, rode ponies, fed ducks or played in the inflatable park. After lunch students enjoyed picking ripe juicy strawberries with their own hands. A delicious field trip for sure.
Student from grades 1-6 got an opportunity to travel to China during the Easter break and explore the wonders of ________. Everyone had a fantastic experience and can’t wait to go again next year.

Middle School

Lantau Island provided a challenging arena for students to go on an adventure. Starting with hiking and camping, students also enjoyed beach BBQ, surfing, and team building games. In Tai O students practiced old time skills of the local fishing village. The week ended with a Pink Dolphin tour and a large buffet before heading home.
With specially made Christmas cards and a Santa’s Sack full of gifts students went to spread holiday cheer to the Elderly Home for this special community event.
Visiting the great cities of California, USA, was a once in a life time experience for many of our students. No matter if they were traveling to the picturesque location of the Grand Canyon, or exploring the steep winding streets of San Francisco, students immersed themselves in the wonder of the United States.
Students were able to visit many unique locations on this trip, including local dairy farms, traditional Amish lifestyles, and some large cities like Los Angeles and Chicago. Students were also able to partake in classes well on the campus of Andrews University, in addition to exploring some time-honored SDA sites, such as Battle Creek, Michigan.
In preparation for a powerful spirit filled year, Dr. Mora was invited as our guest speaker during this intense spiritual week-end. Student were drawn closer to GOD and encouraged to spread the Good News on our campus and abroad.
Girls from HKAA and Tai Po Sam Yuk got together in March to have a friendly match of volleyball. Our girls cheered and shouted their way to HKAA’s first every volleyball victory. Win or lose everyone became fast friends at the end, sharing pictures and contacts.

High School

The convention center put on a Career and Education Expo for students to come down and gain information about future careers. Students visited career vending booths that interested them; they asked the tough questions to the real experts well also taking home brochures and pamphlets about their careers of interest.
Students brought gifts, hard work and smiles to the child orphans in Cambodia. Our students quickly befriended these children who desperately needed so much love. Students helped to dig ditches, paint houses, and repair broken equipment. Students also traveled around to see the wonders of Cambodia and the rich culture of Siem Reap
In preparation for a powerful spirit filled year, Dr. Mora was invited as our guest speaker during this intense spiritual week-end. Student were drawn closer to GOD and encouraged to spread the Good News on our campus and abroad.
Students got the opportunity to visit the great metropolis of San Francisco and New York City. Students then traveled to La Sierra University as well as our SDA flagship campus of Andrews University. Here students were able to have a small experience of student life in the United States. Many wanted to stay longer, but Hong Kong beckoned them back with open arms.
Students joined the College to display their amazing GOD given talents during this spectacular talent show. Students sang, danced, performed magic, and wowed the judges at every turn. A fun time for all involved.
Christmas cheer was spread to the Elders Homes as students visited two locations, bringing gifts, singing songs and playing games to bring the joy of the season to everyone’s face.
Girls from HKAA and Tai Po Sam Yuk got together in March to have a friendly match of volleyball. Our girls cheered and shouted their way to HKAA’s first every volleyball victory. Win or lose everyone became fast friends at the end, sharing pictures and contacts.