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South Tuen Mun Government Secondary School

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address : 218 Wu Shan Road, Tuen Mun

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Application for Secondary One Discretionary Places


Our school was founded in 1988 as a co-educational grammar school using English as the medium of instruction. We place much emphasis on students' academic achievement, character development as well as moral well-being.

Our school provides 40 S1 discretionary places for the school year 2006/2007.

If your child has good academic achievement and conduct and wish to apply for our S1 discretionary places, please kindly complete the "S1 Admission (2006-2007) Application Form" and return to the school office, together with photocopies of academic result slips of Primary 4-6 (A4 size), internal and external award certificates and other relevant documents (A4 size). A stamped self-addressed envelope should also be enclosed. The application period starts from 06 Feb 2005 to 20 Feb 2005.

Application forms are obtainable from the school office and also downloadable from the school web site http://www.stmgss.edu.hk with effect from 01 Dec 2005 (Thursday).

Applicants will be shortlisted according to their conduct (Grade B or above) and academic achievement of the past 3 years. Only eligible applicants will be invited for interview in early April 2006.

Admission criteria are as follows:

Admission Criteria
1. Conduct and academic achievements of past 3 years
2. Interview
(Group interview in English and Cantonese)
3. Extra-curricular activities
4. Recommendation from the Principal School Head

Results of application will be released on the day of release of results of Central Allocation of S.1 Places by the Education and Manpower Bureau.

If your child is not offered a place in our school but still wish to be considered for admission, you may come to apply after the release of allocation result by the Education and Manpower Bureau. In case our S1 places are not filled, priority will be given to those who have chosen our school as the first choice and have good performance in both academic achievement and conduct.

Miss MAK Suk-hing
The Principal

30 November 2005

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