HKIS Pages is the digital home for school publications like DragonTales, the Annual Report of Giving, special graduation features and more.
The Annual Report of Giving acknowledges our donors for their generosity and support of the HKIS Annual Fund. Donors will find their name listed according to giving society, tribute giving and gifts made in honor of a beloved community member. You will also read about a family's history and philanthropic support for HKIS. We also extend our gratitude for our incredible parent community groups and many volunteers.
HKIS celebrates the Class of 2022 with this special edition that includes a message from High School Principal Dr. David Lovelin, an address from Bob Christian Alumnus of the Year Desmond Chu '91, speeches to the graduates, and fond farewells to Associate Principal Lauren Fine and counselors Madeleine McGarrity and Adam Goad. Once again, congratulations Class of 2022!
Spring 2022: HKIS is back on campus after three months of remote learning and we didn’t miss a step. This issue features recently introduced DragonBites — short articles published throughout the semester that tell stories of student life and learning. Also included are fond farewells for teachers who have served at HKIS for over 20 years!
In this issue, we feature HKIS alumni throughout the decades and share their stories of passion, creativity, and perseverance. Alongside our alumni stories, read about HKIS today and what's happening in 2021. While the backdrop of our beloved city of Hong Kong continues to evolve as it has over the past 55 years, HKIS remains steadfast in its mission and community spirit.
HKIS celebrates the Class of 2021 with this special feature that includes a message from Principal, Dr. Dave Lovelin, speeches addressed to the graduates, fun photos from Prom 'Around the World', and a fond farewell to Associate Principal, Brent Brayko. Once again, congratulations Class of 2021!
Service is at the center of this magazine, our first fully digital full issue! In it you’ll hear directly from High School students about the Service on Saturdays program, which is entering its third decade, as well as from alumni who’ve sustained their passion for service past HKIS. Don’t miss out on other DragonTales favourites - student life news from across the divisions, alumni updates, (virtual) event recaps, student artwork, fond farewells, and much more.
HKIS's Annual General Meeting was a virtual affair this year! Our first fully-digital DragonTales gives you a glimpse of the issues presented, including the "Power of Place".