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2021 HKDSE Examinations (21 July 2021)

DGS congratulates all her students for obtaining pleasing results in this year's DSE Examinations. The School is proud of them for their achievements and for being able to meet their own goals despite the challenging circumstances.

Among them, two girls, Chan Hoi Ying Emily and Lee Cheuk Lam obtained top scores with straight 5** across 8 and 7 subjects respectively.

DGS wishes all her graduates a bright and successful future.

HKDSE 2021


DGS Old Girls Compete in the Tokyo Summer Olympics  (2 July 2021)

We are pleased to report that among the contingent currently representing the Hong Kong SAR in the Tokyo Olympics are eight DGS Old Girls, including Cheung Ngan Yi, class of 2011, representing Hong Kong in badminton; Coco Lin, class of 2013, representing Hong Kong in fencing; Karen Tam, Toto Wong and Tinky Ho, class of 2016, 2017 and 2020 respectively representing Hong Kong  in swimming;  Lee Ho Ching and Minnie Soo, class of 2010 and 2016 respectively, representing Hong Kong in table tennis and Tiffany Chan, class of 2012, representing Hong Kong in golf. 

On behalf of the school community, we wish all eight girls the very best as they compete on behalf of the HKSAR in the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Speech Day & Opening Ceremony of the DGS AI Lab (9 July 2021)

This year's Speech Day was a special one for many reasons: not only was it held on a bright summer afternoon, it was also held in celebration of two cohorts of graduates from 2019 and 2020. We were graced with the presence of many distinguished guests, members of the School Council, the Diocesan Old Girls' Association, the Parent Teacher Association, parents, and friends of the School.

Photo : Speech Day 2020 (1)

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The Speech Day was preceded by the opening ceremony of the DGS AI Lab, where we were honoured to have the Archbishop, The Most Revd Andrew Chan, Professor Helen Meng of CUHK, School Supervisor Mrs Doris Ho and Headmistress Mrs Stella Lau join in the ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the AI Lab. Students from both lower forms and upper forms were also present to share with the guests their respective experiences in AI courses offered through the school, as well as in their participation and achievements in the Secondary School Think and Create Competition 2020 organised by CUHK Jockey Club AI for the Future Project.

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Presently, at the Speech Day ceremony, the Headmistress Mrs Lau shared with the community how our girls have managed to overcome the recent challenges due to the pandemic to continue to make excellent progress in their learning, especially in the arena of technology. She closed her remarks by reminding students of the five qualities a DGS girl should strive to cultivate: a renewed spirit, a discerning mind, a pure heart, a kind tongue, and helping hands. Archbishop Andrew Chan also gave an exhortation to all present, using the words of the well-known Serenity Prayer penned by Reinhold Niebuhr.

After the presentation of prizes and awards, the Head Girls of different years represented the student body to give Votes of Thanks in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, expressing their gratitude to the School, parents, teachers, and classmates for their time of learning and growth at DGS. We praise God for the grace and honour He has bestowed on our School for the past few cohorts and for the blessings in years to come.

Photo : Speech Day 2020 (4)

DGS 160th Anniversary Invitational Programming Contest for Girls (2 July 2021)

As part of the School's 160th anniversary, the DGS 160th Anniversary Invitational Programming Contest for Girls was held on the 2nd of July this year.

Throughout the contest, students displayed keen cooperation between members, as well as  engagement in the contest. They showed resilience as they persistently debugged and attempted various tasks, absolutely relishing in the thrill of the contest -- our school's first ever Invitational Programming Contest which engaged both DGS students and students from other schools alike. In addition, we were honored to have invited Mrs. Lau to present to the participants the prizes, which concluded our contest not only with certificates and trophies, but also with sparking interests in programming.

 Photo : Invitational Programming Contest (1)

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 Photo : Invitational Programming Contest (4)Photo : Invitational Programming Contest (5

DGS Team Reaps Award in the 7th International Mathematics Modeling Challenge (IM2C) (2 July 2021)

We are pleased to announce that among the 51 teams from 27 countries/regions around the world in this event, a team comprising 4 DGS girls clinched the Outstanding Team Award at the 7th International Mathematics Modeling Challenge(IM2C) 2021. In this challenge, they had to develop a model to select the greatest athlete in an individual sport, over a five-day period. We congratulate the girls and their teacher advisor for this remarkable feat.

 Photo : International Mathematics Modeling Challenge

Sharing from the student representative after the Flag-raising Ceremony (24 June 2021)

To celebrate the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day, 5X Angelina Cheng shared her thoughts on her learning of Chinese culture after the Flag-raising Ceremony held after the Morning Assembly on 24 June 2021. 


        DGS 160th Anniversary Celebration
        and Thanksgiving Service, 5 June 2020

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