ASA, Holiday and Summer Programmes

Canadian International School of Hong Kong has long been a benchmark for educational excellence, and enjoys a strong reputation as one of Asia's top international schools. The foundation of our success lies in the delivery of a balanced, holistic, stimulating education to students from Pre Reception through to Grade 12.

We know that the physical and emotional well-being of a child is crucial to effective learning. As we challenge and inspire students to love learning, we also help our students to be healthy in mind and body as we take the development of the whole student seriously.

The CDNIS After-School Activities (ASA), Holiday and Summer Programmes offer a diverse range of activities and is open to CDNIS and non-CDNIS students of all ages. These highly customized programmes are structured so students can develop their strengths, but also presents them with the opportunity to discover new interests. The ASA programme runs across two terms, while the holiday programmes run during the fall Mid-Term Break, Chinese New Year, Spring Break and Summer. Our programmes are for students aged 3 to 18-years old.

Be it sports, performing arts, Mandarin, Cambridge, OSSD courses and more, we have a long list of activities that are sure to include something for everyone and a timetable that will suit parents' schedules. Visit the links below to learn more about our various programmes or visit the ASA website.

ASA Session 1 2019/2020 (August 24 - December 18) (Registration Now Closed)
Mid-Term 2019 (October 8-11) Register Today

ASA Session 2 2019/2020 (dates TBD) (details released Fall 2019)
Summer Programme 2020 (details released Spring 2020)

Summer Taipei Mandarin Immersion Programme (details released Spring 2020)

Pico Project Summer Camp (details released Spring 2020)
Cambridge Summer School (details released Spring 2020)

All courses (except Taipei Programme) take place at Canadian International School of Hong Kong, located at 36 Nam Long Shan Road. The school is located just a short walk from the Wong Chuk Hang MTR station (South Island Line).