About Us

Welcome to Kellett School, The British International School in Hong Kong. Our dynamic learning community was founded over forty years ago as a Not-for-Profit Association, to provide a high-quality, British style education for the English speaking community in Hong Kong.

Named after Irish Royal Navy Captain Sir Henry Kellett, there are various places in Hong Kong that share his name, including Kellett Island, Kellett Bay and Mount Kellett. 

Kellett School has earned an enviable reputation as one of the finest international schools in Hong Kong, providing an outstanding education across our two campuses. From Reception through to Year 13, we aim to engender 'a love of learning and confidence for life' in all our students.

With our parent-led Board of Governors, as well as highly skilled teaching and administrative staff, we strive to provide our students with the best possible foundation to build their futures upon, in an environment that not only enables learning, but encourages it too.

Where are our students from? 

Living in a multicultural city like Hong Kong, we are fortunate to have a hugely diverse student body. 

Kellett School has over 40 nationalities represented in its student body, helping mould our children into true global citizens. 


Kellett at a glance

Not-for-profit School

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English National Curriculum

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Completely Parent Governed

Parent Governed

Founded in 1976

Founded in 1976


non denominational


Average Class Sizes

24 Average Prep Class

14 Average Senior Class

9 Average Sixth Form Class