School History

Holy Family Canossian College is one of the educational institutes set up by the Canossian Sisters. The plan for the present site was first conceived in 1966. With approval from the Education Department in 1970, a Dedication Day was held on 21.12.1973 to commemorate the official opening of the school with the blessing by the late Bishop Peter Lei. The formal inauguration was officiated by Mr. N. M. Ho, Deputy Director of the Education Department.

In 1972, our school began its illustrious career with 10 classes, 400 students and 15 teaching staff. Since then, there has been expansion each year. Currently, we have a total of 24 classes with 759 students, 52 teaching staff, 5 clerical staff, 1 library assistant, 2 laboratory technicians, 1 AV technician, 1 IT technician and 10 janitor staff members. Our current curriculum is fully compatible with the HKDSE syllabus.

Under the leadership and guidance of our past Supervisors and Principals, our school steadily progressed. Through continuous dedication, commitment and involvement of every member in Holy Family, we are looking forward to more rewarding harvests in the future.