Founded : 1982
Age range : 11 to 19
Number of students : 1,200
Curriculum : IGCSE, IB Middle Years Programme, IB Diploma, IB Career-related Programme
Sha Tin College opened in September 1982 to meet the increasing demand for places from families in northern Kowloon and the New Territories. The school provides 1,200 places and has over 30 nationalities represented within the student body.
The school is committed to providing the best possible teaching and learning experiences for every individual through the medium of English. The education provided leads to a variety of internationally recognised examinations, granting students access to higher education and career opportunities worldwide.
Unique to Sha Tin College is a culture where we take responsibility for fulfilling our own potential and that of others for the good of humanity at all levels. Ample opportunities exist to challenge students to become mature, open-minded, caring, responsible and committed individuals with a passion for learning, creativity, sports and a sense of compassion.
With commanding views over the Sha Tin countryside, the College boasts a swimming pool and multipurpose sports hall, music rooms, drama studios, design and technology workshops, science labs and a food technology centre, Senior School Centre, climbing walls, and a Counselling and Well-being Centre.
Sha Tin and the New Territories except Sai Kung (north and east of Tai Mong Tsai roundabout) and Clearwater Bay (see King George V). Area north of Lung Cheung Road, Piper’s Hill, Broadcast Drive and Beacon Hill (except for One Beacon Hill which is King George V), Tsuen Wan (to the east of KCR West Rail), except for areas from Mei Foo to Tuen Mun which is part of Island School.