There is always a sense of peace and serenity when one enters the Wah Yan campus, which has stood proudly on Mount Parish since 1955. The blue and yellow railings, the maroon red bricks and the lush green lawns all give a soothing effect to the soul, which makes our renowned and charming campus perfect for learning and prayer. Our original teaching wing was designed by Prof. Raymond Gordon Brown, the founding head of the Department of Architecture of the University of Hong Kong. The campus was formally opened by Sir Alexander Grantham, then Governor of Hong Kong.
Our campus covers an area of over 220,000 sq. ft., which makes it the second-largest school campus on Hong Kong Island. Our spacious 3-storey classroom and laboratory wings have been updated with the newest teaching facilities. In the Gordon Wu Hall, the Francis H.B. Wong Building and the new Wu Jieh Yee Building, there are three additional annexes with facilities far beyond the Y2K standards. We are also proud to have our historic Chapel of Christ the King sitting as the centrepiece of the College.
Our facilities include a multi-purpose school hall with a capacity of 1,000, outdoor basketball and football playgrounds, a gymnasium, a library, two computer rooms, a STEAM laboratory, four science laboratories, Star Studio Production Centre, a music floor, a visual arts centre, an integrated humanity centre, a prayer room, five interactive learning rooms, a student activity centre and a canteen.