IT WAS a proud moment for Lee Yuen-kang as he went up to receive his prize as the top student of South Tuen Mun Government Secondary School. Yuen-kan gained distinctions in all eight subjects in the HKCEE and was chosen as one of Hong Kong's 10 Outstanding Students. His achievement was recognised at the school's fourth annual prize-giving, held recently. Although only six years old, the school has already established its place in the community as an outstanding educational institution. In her school report, principal Chan Gafoor said that last year 95 per cent of the Form Five students passed the HKCEE in five or more subjects. Deputy Secretary for Education and Manpower Kevin Mak Iu-kwan praised the school's many achievements, particularly in setting up a students' association and a Parent-Teacher Association. He said both groups were 'vital instruments for fostering a sense of belonging in the school'. The ceremony ended with a variety concert put up by the students, who also gave music and verse-speaking performances.