Principal's Message

Dear Students, Teachers, Staff, Parents, and Alumni,

As I step into the role of Principal at Rosaryhill School, my heart is filled with joy and gratitude. The upcoming celebration of our 65th anniversary adds to the excitement. The deep-rooted history and traditions that have shaped our school community hold great significance for me, and I consider it a privilege to be a part of this remarkable journey.

As a Catholic school Principal, I am committed to following the example set by Jesus Christ, our ultimate shepherd leader and servant leader. Just as a good shepherd knows and cares for his sheep, my first priority is to know each one of you—our teachers, staff, and students. It is through this understanding that I hope to cultivate an environment of trust, love, and support. In the spirit of servant leadership, my second priority is to serve you. I am here not only as an administrator, but also as a guide and mentor. I aim to provide the necessary resources, guidance, and encouragement to help each one of you thrive academically, socially, and spiritually.

As we enter this new school year, I invite each and every one of you to embrace and live out the five Core Values that form the foundation of Catholic education—Truth, Justice, Love, Life, and Family. These values are not just words, but guiding principles that will shape our interactions, decisions, and actions within our school community. I believe that by incorporating these values into our daily lives, we can create a nurturing and inclusive environment that fosters growth and inspires greatness.

In addition to academic pursuits, we will also offer a wide range of extracurricular activities and sports programmes. These activities will not only help students build confidence and develop their talents but also teach them valuable life skills such as perseverance, teamwork, and resilience. We believe that these experiences will prepare our students to face and overcome the challenges and hardships that they may encounter in their lives.

This year, as we celebrate our 65th anniversary, our theme is "One Mind, One Heart, One Path." This theme embodies the unity and harmony that we strive for within our school community. Together, we will embark on a journey of academic excellence, spiritual growth, and personal development. Our commitment to providing a well-rounded curriculum will ensure that each student has the opportunity to flourish in all aspects of their lives.

As we begin this new school year, I humbly ask Holy Mary, Mother of God, to pray for us. May her intercession guide and protect us throughout the year, as we strive for growth, learning, and compassion. With her support, we embark on this journey with hope and purpose.

YIP Kai-kwan Julian