Theme of the year: Courtesy School Motto -- "Live by the Truth in Love"

  Form Three Subject Choice Seminar I

Please click the following links to download the PowerPoint slides of the HKDSE electives for your information.


  Homecoming Day

Franciscans, parents and friends visited the school on Homecoming Day (21 December 2013, Saturday). They enjoyed the campus tour, recalled the history of the school and shared their memorable moments with their former teachers and schoolmates. Want to see the snapshot of the SFCC Homecoming Day? Please click the following for the photo album!

Photo Album


 Franciscans' Night Highlight

Franciscans’ Night, organized by the Past Students’ Association, was held on 27 Oct 2013 (Sunday) at Hong Kong Football Club in Happy Valley.  More than 500 alumnae, teachers, friends and parents enjoyed an unforgettable evening together.  Want to see the snapshot of the Franiscans’ Night?  Please click the following albums!

Album 1 Album 2 Album 3


School Major Concerns

Annual School Plan (2014 - 2015)

1. School Redevelopment Plan

2. To upgrade the academic standard of students by catering for learning diversity

3. To reinforce the concept of courtesy in our students

4. To hone students' English for the NSS electives, enrich the English learning environment in school and provide support in the teaching and learning of Liberal Studies.

"Bring Back Our Angels" Campaign

Our Redevelopment Fundraising Website has been officially launched.

Do click on the site,

take a look and

join our fundraising campaign!



To facilitate parents to have a better understanding on the "Multiple Pathways for students", the school has prepared the useful links to keep parents informed of the latest information.

Click here for details.


Under the New Academic Structure (NAS), students attaining Level 3 for Chinese Language & English Language and Level 2 for Mathematics & Liberal Studies (i.e."3322") in the HKDSE will be eligible to apply for 4-year undergraduate degree programmes offered by the 8 University Grants Committee-funded institutes. Apart from requirement on the four core subjects, following the prevailing practice, individual faculties or departments of the institutes will determine the attainment level required for one or two elective subjects, and other admission requirements. More details can be found in the "Multiple Pathways for Students" Section under NAS Web Bulletin:

Chinese version:

English version:

   Other Learning Experience (OLE)



   NSS Implementation and related measures in SFCC

To facilitate parents to have a better understanding of the NSS implementation and related measures in St. Francis', the school has developed this web page to keep parents informed of the latest progress of schools' planning and preparation for the NSS curriculum.

Click here for details.