To seek. To serve. To strive.
Renaissance College Hong Kong (RCHK) is a student-centred independent school.
Through a rigorous and holistic curriculum, the college will develop global citizens who strive for excellence, appreciate the aesthetics and are empowered to take progressive action.
RCHK strives to build a culture that promotes peace and democracy, values diversity and works towards a sustainable future for all.
Our Bedrock Principles
Renaissance College frames internationalism through its “Bedrock Principles” to illustrate who we are as a college community, what we intend to accomplish together and how we will measure success in realising these principles. RCHK is committed to creating an environment where all learners are global citizens who embrace diversity, are confident with change and possess a healthy sense of self. This internationalism is informed by our educational programme and demonstrated in the action we take and the engagement we have with others through language and technology fostering greater intercultural understanding.
- To model the IB Learner Profile to build and sustain relationships with families and colleagues to create a culture of lifelong learning dedicated to a holistic and international education as measured by observation, feedback from parents and retention of teachers and students.
- To implement the IB programmes with fidelity and integrate curriculum, instruction and assessment with and across the PYP, MYP and DP to increase student achievement and create a continuum of learning between year levels as measured by observations as well as formative and summative assessments.
- To provide students opportunities for pursuing action, outreach, fieldwork and authentic learning experiences in the local and international communities in order to make the curriculum relevant, and service to others genuine as measured by increase participation in programmes and survey feedback from stakeholders.
- To utilize instructional technology tools to increase achievement by actively engaging students with the curriculum and with one another as measured by observation and student performance.