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7 July 2009

Application for Secondary One Admission
My son, , is a primary 6 student in .   In choosing a school for my son’s secondary education, my wife and I have carefully reviewed many reputable schools and have consulted many parents, past graduates, students who are studying in HKUGA College and head teacher.   We have also attended open days of many schools including HKUGA College.   In conclusion, we consider HKUGA   College is the best choice and we are sure that my son will be benefited from the education in your school.

My son, my wife and I are very much impressed by your vision statement : “We strive to make our school a happy school where the young imagination can roam free”.   My wife and I also believed that self-motivation and self-disciplined thinkers are ready to act and committed to serve.   Goal setting by student themselves are more likely to achieve.   In the open day of your school, there are many parents voiced out that their children have a great change in learning after studying in your school.   And I think you have made a success in your vision.

My wife and I share the same view in bringing up my son.   Therefore, apart from academic studies and extra-curricular activities, Hoi Fai also participates in some junior volunteer services, including volunteer work at The Boys’ and Girls’ Club Association and attends a continual volunteer training on summer holidays.

I would be most grateful if my son could be given an interview so that you may obtain a more comprehensive understanding of him.   Copies of my son’s school reports and certificates are enclosed for your considerations.   Should you need any further information, my wife and I can be reached at Yours faithfully,


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