HONG KONG - Students condemned the hiring of ghostwriters after a Hong Kong-based company was found selling academic papers to university students worldwide.Tuesday, 7 February, 2012, 12:00am
Some are launching fund-raising drives to build new teaching blocks, others are partitioning covered playgrounds into study areas or converting changing rooms into classrooms. Schools are scrambling to create extra space by September to accommodate a sharp swell in the student body for the coming academic year, when youngsters under old and new academic systems will study alongside each other.3 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
Children in Japan were amazed to receive thousands of origami cranes from Young Post readers. The paper cranes were the result of a Young Post campaign, 'From Hong Kong to Japan with Love'. It mobilised students in Hong Kong to support children who lost their families and homes in the quake and tsunami.23 May 2011 - 12:00am
Selena Harb is sitting in class using her Apple Macbook to update her personal webpage. The 12-year-old has chosen Captain Jack Sparrow - the character portrayed by Johnny Depp in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies - to portray who she feels she is in 'My Movie', part of a computer project where a student cast different characters in a movie about their life.16 Mar 2010 - 12:00am
Anxious parents and their children lined up at top secondary schools across the city yesterday as more students discovered they had failed to secure one of their top choices after the release of Form One admission results.8 Jul 2009 - 12:00am
Name Lee Wai-ki
School Kiangsu-Chekiang College (Sha Tin)
Grade Form Four
Sport Table tennis22 Jun 2009 - 12:00am
A year after the devastating earthquake, Hong Kong students continue to do what they can for the survivors in Sichuan .
An additional 18 schools have announced the funds they raised for the South China Morning Post's Homes for Hope programme. Together with the previous 50 schools, a total of HK$221,073 has been raised for earthquake survivors in Sichuan.3 Jun 2009 - 12:00am
A group of photography fans test their skills with Christmas snapshots
Seven Young Post readers took in the festive decorations at Harbour City in our photography workshop led by Robert Ng23 Dec 2008 - 12:00am
Global financial company Citi last month released the results of its survey of teenagers' views on financial education.
The survey, part of the five-month Citi Youth Investment Education Program 2008, revealed a strong desire for early financial education among the 1,277 secondary school students taking part.10 Jun 2008 - 12:00am
True Light Middle School of Hong Kong
A thanksgiving service marked the beginning of a landmark day for True Light Middle School of Hong Kong on May 3.
On that day, the school celebrated its 136th anniversary and held its annual Fund-raising Fun Fair.19 May 2008 - 12:00am
Name: Katherine Ip Chan
School: Kiangsu & Chekiang School - International Section
Grade: Year Seven
Achievements: Katherine, 11, is ranked number one in the girls' 12-and-under division in Hong Kong. She won the South China Athletic Association Open Tennis Championships last year. She is keen to join international competitions.7 May 2007 - 12:00am
Ocean Park Conservation Day, which was held on January 8, helped raise people's awareness of the need to protect endangered species such as whales and dolphins.
Every year, the Conservation Foundation organises a fun fair at Ocean Park to celebrate the occasion.14 Feb 2005 - 12:00am
Junior cyclist Tam Tsun-ming's success is a testament to the power of positive thinking. 'I can do it,' he kept telling himself before sitting the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination. And he did.
The Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School student scored six As.
'It's really a big surprise for me! I only expected to get 20-odd marks in the exam,' he said.8 Aug 2002 - 12:00am
Congratulations to Chan Hiu-yee, a student from Kiangsu-Chekiang College (Sha Tin). Her piece, published on January 25, has been chosen as the Star Letter of the month.14 Feb 2002 - 12:00am
A number of non-elite schools have confounded expectations by winning awards for outstanding teaching and student performance.
Dr Francis Cheung Wing-ming, chairman of the Quality Education Fund's sub-group on Outstanding School Awards, said he hoped the awards would help the public redefine the meaning of outstanding schools.4 Jul 2001 - 12:00am