Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prize for Senior Secondary School Students

Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prize is a prestigious scholarship scheme aiming at recognizing and encouraging academic excellence and development of leadership qualities. This year, two of our students were awarded this prize. They are WONG TSZ HIN (6A) and LEUNG YUK CHING (6D). Congratulations, boys! You have brought great honor to the school, your families and yourselves.

Annual General Meeting of St. Francis Xavier’s College Alumni Association

The Annual General Meeting of SFXC Alumni Association was held on 18th March 2018, right after the final competitions of the Konrad Cup 2017-2018.

During the meeting, Mr. Kenneth Mok (graduate of 82), Chairman of the Association gave a report on the alumni activities throughout the year, including the Konrad Cup from November to March, BBQ Gathering in late October, Basketball Fun Days, as well as other joint functions with the Marist Schools Alumni Association and the SFXC Foundation.

By the end of the meeting, Mr. Kenneth Au Wai Yiu (graduate of 90) was appointed to be the honorary auditor for the Association and Mr. Raymond Ng Ngai Man (graduate of 78) was appointed to be the honorary legal advisor. The Chairman concluded the general meeting by thanking all alumni for their selfless and unfailing support for the association and the alma mater.

Prize Presentation of the Konrad Cup 2017-2018

Konrad Cup has been a popular annual event gathering our graduates over the years at our “banana-shaped playground”. This year, there were a total of 24 participating teams and 53 football matches held on 9 Sundays.

The annual alumni event was drawn to a complete close on 18th March with a simple but heart-warming prize-presentation ceremony.

Congratulations to all the winning teams! To download all the photos of the day, please visit the Facebook page of SFXCAA: http://www.facebook.com/SFXCAlumniAssociation/

F.3 Parents Gathering 2017-2018

The Parents’ Gatherings have always been an important channel to facilitate communication and mutual understanding between the school and the parents. On 17th March, it was the F.3 parents’ turn. Around 140 of them attended the gathering, which included a one-and-a-half-hour seminar and a 30-minute meeting between form teachers and parents. With the help from teachers, student helpers and volunteers from PTA, the event was concluded successfully with lots of positive feedback from F.3 parents.

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