Our Alma Mater always welcomes visits from past girls. However, due to school
hours and the many other activities taking place on campus these days,
we recommend alumnae to follow these guidelines when
planning a visit. You can also download a copy of these guidelines
is a good time to visit St. Mary’s?
The School is open during school days and on
Saturdays, and closed on Sundays and public holidays. Visiting hours are:
Monday – Friday
9:30 a.m. – 4:30
9:30 a.m. – 2
Sunday & Public Holidays
to security reasons, please understand that the School is unable to
entertain visitors outside of these hours.
Note: If you’re visiting during class hours, please
do not go near classroom areas or students having their P.E.
lessons/activities on the playground to avoid disturbing the students.
should I contact in advance if I want to visit St. Mary’s?
Alumnae are encouraged to contact the School in
advance if they would like to come back for visit. Please contact the
teacher-in-charge or the General Office directly:
Ms Berenice Lau
(852) 2724 2771
Ms Queenie Cheng
(852) 2724 2771
Ms Cathy Wong
(852) 2368 4204
entrance should I use to get into St. Mary’s? Do I need to register?
You can either come in through the Austin Road
entrance or the Kimberley Road entrance. The janitor at the entrance
will request you to write your name, year of graduation and mobile phone
number on the Log Book. If you have made a prior arrangement with the
school for the visit, please let the janitor know so that she can inform
the School Office accordingly.
happen to be in the neighborhood, can I come into the school for a visit
without any prior arrangement?
While alumnae are always welcome to visit their alma
mater, sometimes the occasion may be inconvenient for unannounced visits
because the campus is often loaded with activities. As a result, the
School encourages prior arrangements in order to avoid disappointments.
If you happen to be in the neighborhood during the visiting hours (refer
to #1 for the hours), and would like to make a visit,
please check with the janitor at the entrance to see if the occasion is
convenient. If not, kindly arrange another time with the staff contacts
I notice that the school is open during non-school hours. Can I come in
for a visit?
Occasionally you may find the school
playground open on Sundays, public holidays or evenings during
non-school hours. This is because part of the campus might be borrowed
by the Rosary Church or Government bodies for other purposes. While it
might be possible for you to get into the school at those times, we do
not recommend walking around for a visit as most part of the school is
in fact closed due to security and safety reasons. We do not want to
put the janitors into difficult positions as they are unable to liaise
with the General Office during those times.
6. Can I take photos on campus during my visit?
Feel free to take photos on campus during
your visit, but for courtesy and privacy reasons, please do not take
photos of the students, teachers and staff, unless you have their explicit consent to do
so. In addition, please do not go to restricted areas for security
and privacy reasons. Also, please note that photos taken cannot be used for
any commercial purposes.
planning a gathering. Can I book the campus as venue?
While the School welcomes alumnae for
visits, the campus cannot be made available for private events or
functions due to its busy schedule and other security and safety
I drive, can I park my car at school?
Unless prior arrangement has been made,
visitors are not allowed to park on campus as that may interfere with
school and student activities. Kindly make use of the carparks nearby
for your parking needs.
If you have further enquires, please contact
Ms Queenie Cheng of
the School Office at (852) 2724 2771 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download a copy of these guidelines