St. Stephen's Girls' College

St Stephen's Girls' College (SSGC) is a grant school in Hong Kong under the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui (Anglican Church). Established in 1906, SSGC is a top girls' school and among one of the oldest schools in Hong Kong. It is managed by the St. Stephen's Girls' College School Council.

St Stephen's Girl's College
Chinese: 聖士提反女子中學
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St Stephen's Girl's College is located in Hong Kong
St Stephen's Girl's College
St Stephen's Girl's College
Location in Hong Kong, SAR
Coordinates22°17′01″N 114°08′38″E / 22.28361°N 114.14389°E / 22.28361; 114.14389Coordinates: 22°17′01″N 114°08′38″E / 22.28361°N 114.14389°E / 22.28361; 114.14389
School typePrimary and secondary
MottoIn Faith Go Forward
Chinese: 本信而進前
Established1906; 114 years ago (1906)
School districtCentral and Western District
PresidentThe Revd. KOON Ho Ming Peter Douglas
(Chairman & Supervisor)
PrincipalMs Maggie CHAU
GradesF.1 – F.6 (Equivalent of Grades 7–12)
Number of studentsapprox 1,100
Classes offered30
Areaapprox. 930 square metres (10,000 sq ft)
Colour(s)Royal blue, sky blue, red and cobalt blue                 
NewspaperVortex Chinese: 漩思
YearbookNews Echo Chinese: 珏聲
St. Stephen's Girls' College
Traditional Chinese聖士提反女子中學
Simplified Chinese圣士提反女子中学

The school first opened in 1906. Originally on Caine Road, the school moved to its current location at Lyttelton Road, Mid-Levels, in 1923. SSGC counts 12 winners of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards,[1] ranking 7th among all secondary schools in Hong Kong. The main building is listed as one of the declared monuments of Hong Kong.

Class structureEdit

Form 1 -6: 5 classes Total : 30 classes

Principals since 1906Edit

  • Miss W.M. Carden (1905–1915)
  • Miss W. I. Griffin (1915–1924)
  • Miss E.M. Middleton-Smith (1924–1929)
  • Miss E.S. Atkins (1929–1949)
  • Miss K.D. Cherry (1949–1961)
  • Dr. K.E. Barker (1961–1991)
  • Mrs. K.C. Too (1992–2003)
  • The Reverend Mrs. Jenny Nam (2003–2011)
  • Mrs. Christine Shain (2011-2014)
  • Miss CHAU Wai-chu, Maggie (2014-present)

Notable alumnaeEdit


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