At CIS, we strongly believe in the importance of a holistic education and aim to enrich and supplement our students' educational experiences and enable them to embody values of leadership, teamwork and grit through our co-curricular programmes.
We offer a wide-variety of programmes, including Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs), a private music lesson programme, and competitive sports teams. CCAs cover the following categories: Arts, Music, Sports, Academic & Enrichment, Communication & Language, as well as Global Issues, Community, Environment, and Service. There is something for everyone!
Committed to the development of the whole person, CIS offers a varied co-curricular activities (CCA) programme. CIS aims to create a positive environment in which students can exercise, gain new skills and interests, and have fun.
Activities cover a broad range of areas and may be offered in English or Chinese. The programme draws on the expertise of both school staff and outside specialist providers.
At CIS, we enable students to discover and develop their passions and interests.
While Primary students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of teacher-led clubs and activities, Secondary students propose and lead their own clubs devoted to a wide range of activities and interests, guided by faculty advisors.
Both Primary and Secondary students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of teacher-led (or professional-led) clubs and activities. In addition, Secondary students can propose and lead their own clubs devoted to a wide range of activities and interests, guided by faculty advisors.
Sports Teams & CCAs
We understand the impact of physical and emotional well-being on effective learning and believe that through sports, students build confidence, leadership skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
Students have opportunities to pursue non-competitive sports through Sports CCAs and competitive sports through sports teams. As members of the HKPSSA, PASS, HKSSF, ISSFHK, and ACAMIS leagues, our students have the opportunity to compete against other Hong Kong schools.