St. Paul's Convent School

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

St. Paul's Convent School

St. Paul's Convent School (SPCS, Chinese: 聖保祿學校) is a private Catholic girls' school in Hong Kong founded by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres from France in 1854. The school was formerly called French Convent School and was renamed St. Paul's Convent School in 1955. SPCS counts a total of 15 winners of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards, ranking fourth among all secondary schools in Hong Kong.


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