Kellett, the British International School in Hong Kong is a multi-ethnic, non-denominational school with an inclusive culture. Kellett admits students who, to Kellett’s satisfaction, have the ability to achieve and meet the objectives of the curriculum offered. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for i/GCSE and A Level examinations, in both written and spoken English at an academic and age appropriate level.
Student progression through the School from Reception to Year 11 is subject to a student’s continued positive engagement with the curriculum, good conduct, involvement in broader opportunities offered and financial commitments being met in a timely manner. Similarly progression from Year 11 to 12 is determined by the student demonstrating his/her ability to engage with and contribute to the Sixth Form curriculum, including minimum academic attainment as determined by the Head of Senior School.