The Kellett Board then modified Kellett’s name to represent the school’s educational position within Hong Kong and the region. The school became Kellett School - The British International School in Hong Kong. This name reflects Kellett’s proud tradition of offering quality British style education to the English speaking community of Hong Kong, for over thirty years, and clearly maps the future direction of the school.
In 2005, the growing shortage of local senior school places prompted the Board to extend the Pok Fu Lam school to age thirteen, offering pupils full UK Preparatory provision. Alongside this extension, the Board redoubled its efforts to secure a permanent Senior School site. In 2009, the school was awarded a temporary Senior site, to be shared with Elsa High School (Carmel School Association) in Shau Kei Wan, less than a kilometre from the Preparatory School's early site in Taikoo Shing.
Established in 2007, Kellett Senior School grew year by year at the site in Shau Kei Wan. The success of the school meant that once again the Board needed to consider how this additional provision could continue. By now the Kellett School Association had committed to extend to full Senior school provision (up to Year 13, 18 years of age) in order to offer A-level qualifications.
In August 2009, the Association was awarded by the Hong Kong Government a greenfield site in Kowloon Bay, to develop a new Preparatory School (in addition to the Pok Fu Lam Campus) and a purpose built four form Senior School.
Now, Kellett School Kowloon Bay's Senior School has seen its first cohort of Year 13s go off to top universities worldwide, and will look to continue and build upon this success in years to come.