Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards

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Student contest in Hong Kong.

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Stephanie Au

Hong Kong competitive swimmer.

Stephanie Au at the 2009 East Asian Games

She is also a winner of the 24th Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards.

Poman Lo

Founder of Bodhi Love Foundation, a Hong Kong registered charity under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance that is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of wise and compassionate global citizens and leaders.

Poman holds the distinction of being the only person in Hong Kong to have received the “Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award,” the “Outstanding Young Person Award of Hong Kong” and “Outstanding Young Person of the World Award .”

Karen Mok

Hong Kong pop diva who is one of the leading Asian pop singers and actresses with a career spanning three decades.

Karen Mok at the TV show "The Next (天籁之战)", Oct 2016
Mok performing at her concert in Shanghai on 23 June 2018.
Poster of “Ultimate Tour” on bus in Hong Kong, June 2018
Announcement for 2019 concert in London
Mok being interviewed in 2007 at a Canon event in Taipei.

When she was a F.4 student, she received the 1st Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards.

Diocesan Boys' School

Day and boarding Anglican boys' school in Hong Kong, located at 131 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon near Mong Kok East station.

Main building of Diocesan Boys' School in January 2006
School campus in September 2007, with running track on school field. Behind the school field is the campus of the Primary Division.
The running track in March 2012
Sign at the bottom of the school drive in March 2012
Dr. Sun Yat-sen in 1924

DBS counts a total of 11 winners of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, ranking eighth among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.

Queen's College, Hong Kong

Selective sixth form college for boys with a secondary school attached.

Queen's College campus
Queen's College, a photograph from 1908
A school magazine named The Yellow Dragon.
Dr. Sun Yat-sen
History Museum Interior
Lobby
Lecture Theatre
Classroom interior
Level 1 corridor
Lawn area

Queen's College students have won 21 of the past Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, placing the school in 2nd place among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.

Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School

English-language (EMI) co-education secondary school located at 70 Hoi Pa Street, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong.

A photo of the School taken from the opposite side of Hoi Pa Street, showing (from left to right) the hall, the main entrance, the laboratory wing and the new wing. The classroom wing is obscured by the laboratory wing

TWGSS counts a total of 12 winners of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, ranking seventh among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.

La Salle College

Boys' secondary school in Hong Kong.

La Salle athletes

LSC counts five winners of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, ranking 16th (tied with Wah Yan College, Hong Kong, Madam Lau Kam Lung Secondary School of MFBM, and Queen Elizabeth School) among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.

Queen Elizabeth School, Hong Kong

School in Hong Kong.

As of 2010, QES counts 5 winners of the prestigious Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, ranking 16th (tied with La Salle College, Wah Yan College, Hong Kong and Madam Lau Kam Lung Secondary School of MFBM) among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.

Maryknoll Convent School

Roman Catholic girls' school with primary and secondary sections at Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong.

Maryknoll Convent School, viewed from Waterloo Road.
Maryknoll Convent School. No. 5 Ho Tung Road entrance.
Aerial view of Maryknoll Convent School.

MCS counts a total of 15 winners of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, ranking fifth among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.

Sha Tin Government Secondary School

Located in Sha Tin, Hong Kong.

Sha Tin Government Secondary School

STGSS counts 6 winners (PANG Wai Sum Diana 1990, LUK Man Chung 1993, YEUNG Chok Hang 1996, CHAN Ting Ting 2006, LEUNG Ka Wing Connie 2007, LUK Man Ping Maggie 2010) of the prestigious Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, ranking 12th (tied with Diocesan Boys' School, St. Paul's Co-educational College and Marymount Secondary School) among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.