No one can predict how high you can fly until you spread your wings.

Dominic Wong SW, JP 

    "Let's Fly Higher" means setting a realistic goal and achieving it step by step; and before you know it, you will be there at the top.

Michael Suen, JP 

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Theme Talk 2: D. Wong
Theme Talk 3: R. Tsang
Theme Talk 4: P. Chan
Theme Talk 5
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"Altius Volemus" Campaign

"Let's Fly Higher" is the theme aiming to motivate our students to do their best to fly higher.

The main track consists of a series of theme talks for both senior and junior forms of the College.

It will be supported by many projects initiated by teachers and students organizations throughout the academic year.

What's New

The last talk in this academic year is on 4 April by The Hon Mr Justice CHAN, Patrick, one of the three Permanent Judges of the Court of Final Appeal. He inspired our junior form students by life-sharing his practical experience in time-management, study, balance of work and extra-curricular activities etc. For example, he advised our boys a simple way to read more books, and that is to insist reading for 15 minutes before bed even if you are real tired. His photos are posted in here

Winners of Board Decoration Competition:
Form 1H (F.1&F.2)
Form 1K (F.1&F.2)
Form 3W (F.3&F.4)
Form 4Y (F.3&F.4)

Mr. Raymond Tsang inspired our senior form students on "How to be an ideal graduate in the eyes of modern CEO" on 11 Jan 2006. He spoke of the nine characteristics of such candidate. Are you ready?

The second theme talk was held successfully on 26 Oct. for the Senior Forms by Mr. Dominic Wong 黃星華, former Secretary for Housing. He spoke on practical ways to learn English and shared his experience of success in life. Here are the photo memory.

The first theme talk is a forum with guest speaker Mr. Suen Ming-Yeung, Michael who is the Secretary for Housing, Planning and Lands of the HKSAR. He will highlight the "what" and "why" of our theme Let us fly higher together in Wah Yan.

Here are the photos of the theme talk cum kick-off ceremony.

The event was also broadcast live (Campus TV) to 12 classrooms of junior forms for the first time in Wah Yan history.

To read more about the event, visit Simon Chan's webblog for his opening address.



Faster in action but patient to others.

Higher academic and moral standards to be helpful. 

Stronger in spirit and be more responsible.

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