All That’s Noble and True

OUR COLLEGE

We offer a holistic, liberating and transforming Catholic education within a learning community of students and teachers. Our goal is to nurture progressively competent, committed, compassionate, spiritual and ethically discerning persons. Wahyanites share a universal heart in contributing to the welfare and happiness of all, particularly the poor and the neglected.

We are Proud of Our Heritage

From our founding days to the present, we have been upholding our mission for more than a century. The Wah Yan story is one of adaptation and growth. Wah Yan College was founded on 16th December 1919 by Mr. Tsui Yan Sau, Peter. There were four students on the first day of school. It was not long before we became the first Grant-In-Aid school founded and managed by a Chinese in 1922. Our extraordinary performance in the early days drew the attention of the Jesuits, who agreed to take over in 1932.

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with A Rich History

A Beautiful Campus

What makes a Wahyanite?

WE DON’T HAVE A MOLD.

We have a method — a method that enables each to flourish in his unique way gifted by God. We treasure each young man’s special talents. We care for the whole person and provide life-transforming education. Every Wahyanite is a unique story, and Wah Yan celebrates all.

We Nurture Reflective Learners

As a Jesuit school, we believe that the learning experience at school should move beyond rote learning to the development of the more complex learning skills of understanding, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. We apply the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm (IPP) in our teaching and learning. We believe that the teacher’s primary role is to facilitate the growing relationship of the learner with truth, particularly in the matter of the subject being studied under the guiding influence of the teacher.

We Nurture Reflective Learners

As a Jesuit school, we believe that the learning experience at school should move beyond rote learning to the development of the more complex learning skills of understanding, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. We apply the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm (IPP) in our teaching and learning. We believe that the teacher’s primary role is to facilitate the growing relationship of the learner with truth, particularly in the matter of the subject being studied under the guiding influence of the teacher.

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