ELCHK Kwai Shing Lutheran Primary School pupil Yuki Li, with mother Huang Guoqiu and father Li Xingling, was delighted to be offered a place at the elite STFA Lee Shau Kee College. Photo: Xiaomei ChenELCHK Kwai Shing Lutheran Primary School pupil Yuki Li, with mother Huang Guoqiu and father Li Xingling, was delighted to be offered a place at the elite STFA Lee Shau Kee College. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
ELCHK Kwai Shing Lutheran Primary School pupil Yuki Li, with mother Huang Guoqiu and father Li Xingling, was delighted to be offered a place at the elite STFA Lee Shau Kee College. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong pupils find out if they passed biggest test – getting into secondary school of their choice

While 90 per cent are allocated to one of their top three options, others face a nerve-racking scramble to grab the few places still up for grabs

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
ELCHK Kwai Shing Lutheran Primary School pupil Yuki Li, with mother Huang Guoqiu and father Li Xingling, was delighted to be offered a place at the elite STFA Lee Shau Kee College. Photo: Xiaomei ChenELCHK Kwai Shing Lutheran Primary School pupil Yuki Li, with mother Huang Guoqiu and father Li Xingling, was delighted to be offered a place at the elite STFA Lee Shau Kee College. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
ELCHK Kwai Shing Lutheran Primary School pupil Yuki Li, with mother Huang Guoqiu and father Li Xingling, was delighted to be offered a place at the elite STFA Lee Shau Kee College. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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