Carmel School Annual Report
Carmel School is a Jewish International School committed to academic excellence through fostering intellectual curiosity, self-directed learning and the individual development of each child. Carmel School comprises over 400 students aged 1-18 from countries all over the world. The school is situated across three campuses on Hong Kong Island, The Holly Rofe Early Learning Centre, Carmel Elementary Campus and Elsa High School Campus. Carmel School graduates have gone on to study in some of the top educational institutions in the world.
Carmel School was established in 1991 and in the nearly three decades since its founding, Carmel School has earned recognition as a superb educational institution—rigorous, traditional and innovative—an institution dedicated to intellectual achievement, and reflecting a tight-knit, welcoming community, supportive of students and profoundly committed to their growth and well-being.
Our personalised approach, with emphasis on growing caring, compassionate, global citizens, produces students who are independent thinkers and communicators and who will become leaders and contribute to the Jewish and wider world. Through a generous teacher/student ratio and curriculum delivery that caters for a range of learning styles, the School offers a supportive environment that develops students' confidence, imagination and skills, in both academic and social spheres. It is in part this international community and thriving cultural exchange that makes Carmel School such an exciting institution to study at.
Carmel School is an IB Continuum School offering the IB Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes. As of 2001, we are an international school accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).