Parents embrace their daughter in joy at Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) after the release of Secondary One placement results. Photo: Winson Wong Parents embrace their daughter in joy at Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) after the release of Secondary One placement results. Photo: Winson Wong
Parents embrace their daughter in joy at Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) after the release of Secondary One placement results. Photo: Winson Wong

Percentage of pupils getting into one of their top-list secondary schools hits 5-year high in Hong Kong

  • Tears of joy for some as students learn of placements; Education Bureau says 92 per cent of primary school pupils were able to continue studies at one of their leading choices
  • Principals say high rate of emigration, which has eased competition for spots, partly the reason but also warn some schools with have surfeit of places

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
Parents embrace their daughter in joy at Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) after the release of Secondary One placement results. Photo: Winson Wong Parents embrace their daughter in joy at Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) after the release of Secondary One placement results. Photo: Winson Wong
Parents embrace their daughter in joy at Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) after the release of Secondary One placement results. Photo: Winson Wong
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