‘The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want.’

(Psalm 23:1)


Alumni Association

St. Mark’s School Alumni Association was set up when the first class of students graduated in 1952.We have over 1,200 registered life members. Our missions are to promote and support the common interest of our members, connect them from all around the world, and keep our alumni a strong sense of belonging to the school. 

 

 

Committee Member List  (2020-2021)

Chairman HO Kam Ming, Peter
Vice Chairman CHANG Hiu Ming, Ivan
Vice Chairman SETO Wai Hung
Hon. Treasurer CHAN Sai Wing, Philip
Hon. Secretary HO Hiu Tung, Sharen
Assistant Secretary LAI Long Kin, Kenny
Committee Members CHAN Chu Kwong, Mike
  FUNG Wai Hang, Rico
  HO Wai Tuen, Shirley
  LAM Hing Sum
  LAM Kwok Yin, Edmond
  LEUNG Wai Kin, Jacky
  TAI Chun Bun, Bastien
  YIP Hoi Kit

Over the years, we have organized various types of social, sports and cultural activities for our members as well as our alumni. These activities include:

1. Alumni Concerts and Lunchtime Recitals

2. Alumni Cup Ball Games and Friendly Matches

3. Pun Choi Spring Dinners

4. BBQ Gatherings

5. Cultural Walks along Historical and Heritage Trails in Hong Kong

6. Welcome Tea Parties for New Members

7. Annual General Meetings and Annual Dinners

8. A Farewell Dinner to the Immediate Past Principal Mr. Poon Siu Chi

We also took part in many major functions in the past few years:

1. Funeral Service of a Retired Principal – Ms. Rosalind CHAN

2. Funeral Service of a Retired Teacher – Mr. S. B. LAU

3. Korea Cultural and School Exchange Tour

4. Anniversary Concerts

5. St. Mark’s Day Thanksgiving Service cum Luncheon

6. Athletics Meet

7. Swimming Gala

8. Drama and Music Fiesta

9. Speech Day

10. Nine Lessons and Carol Service 

The alumni members and students have opportunities of participating together in many functions and the Alumni Association will continue to communicate and cooperate closely with the school in order that we can contribute to the healthy growth and development of the young St. Markans.