Carmel Pak U Secondary School

Dating on campus

Many teachers avoid talking about sex at school. Even dating is frowned upon on campus. According to U-beat Magazine, some schools have laid down draconian rules banning 'inappropriate contact' between students of the opposite sex.

Thursday, 14 December, 2006, 12:00am

Join the YP Summer Challenge this holiday

Form Five and Form Seven students must be very busy these days preparing for the public exams. But what are they going to do during the long holiday that follows?

I think many teenagers will try to find a job. This is much more meaningful than watching TV or playing computer games all day long. It will give them an opportunity to develop different skills.

20 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Maths helps thinking

Four students from Carmel Pak U Secondary School bagged the second prize in this year's Tai Po Joint School Mathematics Contest.

The four contestants - Tina Ho Lai-shan, Anthony Lam Yi-ping, Edward Wong Man-him and Yeung Hon-ho - said mathematics helped them in many ways.

23 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

Sweet surprise for pi-pa girls

HARD work was rewarded when Sha Tin Government Secondary School girls won the top prize in a pi-pa ensemble contest at the 46th Hong Kong School Music Festival on Tuesday.

The contest, which took place at Hong Kong Schools Music and Speech Association, required the five participating schools to perform a piece of music of their own choice.

25 Feb 1994 - 12:00am

Students get schooling for life

GRADUATES of Holy Trinity College will soon discover that the most important thing they have acquired in secondary school is not textbook knowledge or special skills.

''The most vital thing is that you have learned how to be a good, virtuous and talented citizen,'' said the Right Reverend John Tong Hon, Vicar General of the Diocese of Hongkong.

19 Jul 1993 - 12:00am

Pupils learn on their own

THE Carmel Pak U Secondary School is striving to develop self-initiative among its students and co-operation with parents.

''Learning is a process that requires students to work on their own; they cannot depend on their teachers entirely,'' principal Mr Leung Lok-fung said.

The school gives students a lot of opportunities to develop self-initiative.

29 Mar 1993 - 12:00am