Thanks to everybody that came to our annual reunion, Le Barbecue. Check out here the photos taken by our Head of Promotion Chun To during the event!
We hope you have had a fruitful year of study. After spending 9 months on intense studying, we sincerely understand your needs to party with your best friends from VSA! The barbecue events in the previous years were hugely successful, with over 100 guests coming. We have recognised that there has been a[…]
VSA Alumni across the world wish you all the best for the upcoming May IB exams, class of 2017!
The Victoria Shanghai Academy Student Alumni Association wishes to remind alumni members of where we have grown up in, and to retain a sense of identity and belonging in the VSA community after we have departed to our separate ways. It is also the association’s ethos to provide a platform for alumni members to relive[…]
Giving back is one of the values we treasure the most. Thank you to all our alumni who kindly volunteered their time to speak to our diploma students and parents about their college experiences in the UK, HK, the USA and more! We learnt a great deal about preparing for the IB exams, how to[…]
Edward Tsui (Class of 2016) – Head of Finance Q1: What’s the #1 skill you’ve gained from VSA? My presentation skills. VSA provided me with ample opportunities to participate in public speaking and debating – from regular in-class presentations to yearly inter-school mock trial competitions. Q2: Where do you see yourself in 5 years? How[…]
Chun To Yeung (Class of 2016) – Head of Promotion Q1: What’s the #1 skill you’ve gained from VSA? The #1 skill I’ve gained from VSA is to be able to speak both Chinese and English fluently. Unaware of its importance, the bilingual identity became very helpful when I tried to sink into the British[…]
James Ho (Class of 2010) – Head of Human Resources Q1: What’s the #1 skill you’ve gained from VSA? I’d say it’s the ability to learn the principles and not examples. VSA has taught me to proper way to retrieve and learn information, and question it if necessary. Coming from a local school before VSA,[…]
Cho Yin Yong (Class of 2016) – Head of Technology -Q&A- Q1: What’s the #1 skill you’ve gained from VSA? Turning a 10 word sentence into a meaningful 10 paragraph essay. VSA has prepared me well going into university. Q2: Where do you see yourself in 5 years? How has VSA helped you getting there?[…]
Vennesa Ng (Class of 2016) – Head of Event Management #1: What’s the #1 skill you’ve gained from VSA? BE CREATIVE, BE PROUD. When someone tells you ‘NO’, ‘it’s NOT good’ it doesn’t mean you cannot do it, it simply means that you are special. In VSA, we had a lot of chance to voice[…]