King George V School

Founded : 1894

Age range : 11 to 19

Number of students : 1,800

Curriculum : IGCSE, IB Middle Years Programme, IB Diploma Programme, IB Career-related Programme, BTEC

Principal : Mark Blackshaw

At King George V School (KGV), our purpose is based on our belief that every student can ‘be their own remarkable…’ as they achieve, improve and learn. Our vision is to create a ‘school for one’; a place where each student feels that the school was created just for them. Through a lived experience, we want all to feel a deep sense of belonging, identity, and purpose.

We personalise learning so each and every person is supported and encouraged to achieve at a high level, and to develop holistically to be the best person they can be.

Our school thrives on a culture where a diversity of ideas, beliefs, and values are equally cherished, respected, and heard. We seek to continuously collaborate, innovate, and improve to make a difference in the communities we serve and lead.

The school is well known for its commitment to developing all aspects of student life and it has a fine tradition in academics, sport, music, drama, dance, community service, charity work and environmental sustainability. Our school has a very strong House system, which is run and inspired by our students and provides a wide range of learning opportunities and activities.

Our school promotes and celebrates our ‘Honesty before Glory’ motto, which is underpinned by our three school values:

  • Honesty – Be truthful, fair, and authentic
  • Courage – Be vulnerable, brave, and resilient
  • Empathy – Be kind, understanding, and respectful

Join us on a virtual tour of KGV here:

Address: 2 Tin Kwong Road, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon
Tel: +852 2711 3029
Fax: +852 2760 7116



Kowloon Peninsula (excluding areas south-west of Cherry Street and Ferry Street, see Island School) as far west as Ferry Street , Tong Mi Road and Tai Po Road and as far north as Lung Cheung Road area (see Sha Tin College), Clearwater Bay Road, Tseung Kwan O and Sai Kung. Kowloon Bay, Kwun Tong and Tung Chung.