Our school’s formal and informal curricula are formulated to provide diversified studies in the Arts, Science, and Commerce subjects as well as subjects related to information technology. In addition, Liberal Studies Education has been introduced to both junior and senior form curricula and new learning elements are incorporated into various subjects regarding the breadth and balanced development of the school curriculum. For instance, the implementation of English Drama and Putonghua Drama, the inclusion of Chinese Martial Arts, oriental and western dance training in the curriculum of Physical Education, as well as the integration of Moral Education, service and extra-curricular activities into the Life Education curriculum to enrich our students' other learning experiences so as to actualize the goal of ‘One Student One Sport One Art One Service’. Regular reviews on and restructuring of the curriculum are conducted to have development in line with our students’ interests, abilities and the needs of the society.
Our New Senior Secondary Curriculum (NSS) offers 12 elective subjects, from which students can choose three as their electives in addition to the four core subjects of English Language, Chinese Language, Mathematics and Liberal Studies. To enable students to master generic skills, students will participate in various types of Other Learning Experiences totalling at least 405 hours as stipulated in the NSS curriculum guide, which covers moral and civic education, community services, physical development, aesthetic development and career-related experiences. To diversify the curriculum, there are over 60 extra-curricular clubs, groups and societies to provide academic, sports and arts, services and interest-nurturing activities to inspire multiple intelligences and cater for different interests, abilities and needs.