We strive to strengthen the bond of our network of schools by highlighting the Yew Chung spirit and serving the wider community.

YCEF ❨ WE CARE Finale ❩ The Yew Chung Pedigree

In this ever-changing world, Yew Chung’s vision stands firm and strong throughout 85 years. From Kindergarten to tertiary education, we are here to provide quality education in nurturing holistic person. Listen to our leaders and parents to see why YCers are different from others.

Announcement of new Director of Development and Alumni Relations

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Anna Chan as the Director of Development and Alumni Relations of Yew Chung Education Foundation. In her new role, she will lead the office in developing institutional advancement strategies and oversee the fundraising activities as well as building alumni engagement for both the Yew Chung Yew Wah network and the Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education.

85th Anniversary Alumni Gala Dinner

On Sunday 24th June 2018 evening, Yew Chung Alumni Association held the biggest event in our alumni history.  Over 140 alumni, parents, former staff and guests gathered together at the prestigious W Hotel Hong Kong, celebrating the 85th Anniversary of our alma mater.

YCEF ❨ WE CARE ❩ Cecille Nazareno

"What can I do that machines can't do?" Like Mrs. Cecille Son-Nazareno, all YCIS teachers would like their students to ask that question; At Yew Chung, we've tried to answer it by building our Learning Communities culture, providing open, creative, collaborative spaces where students realize their higher-level skills, from within, for the 22nd century.

YCEF ❨WE CARE❩ Martin Scott

Happiness is hardly in the vocabulary of Hong Kong education; At Yew Chung, it is the soil to our unique breed of all-round servant-leaders. Follow YCIS Hong Kong executive principal Martin Scott to see YCers in action throughout our Early Childhood, Primary, and Secondary schools.

YCEF ❨ WE CARE ❩ Tiffany Fung

Tiffany found compassion, world understanding, and her active, caring self at YCIS Hong Kong ('11). She went on to become a cultural curator and, in 2017, put on a 13-artist art exhibition that aimed to start dialogues on today's diverse mental health issues.