The major concerns for the three-year school development cycle (2012-2015) are Active Learning and Character Building.
Ms Rhonda Leung retired. Mr. Chan Ka Yun was appointed the 4th Principal.
Our F.6 student Lam Cheuk Ho scored six 5** and two level 5 in the 1st HKDSE.
Summer Concert was held in Hong Kong City Hall.
In the 7th World Choir Games held in Cincinnati, U.S., our Mixed Voice Choir won the Gold Medal in the Category 6: Mixed Youth Choirs.
Farewell Dinner for Principal Ms Rhonda Leung, Vice Principal Ms Susie Liu and our most long-serving teacher Mr. Cheng Woon Tak was held.
Rt. Rev. Dr. Thomas Soo retired. Rt. Rev. Chan Au Ming was appointed as the Chairman of the School Management Committee.
The Students’ Union cerebrated her 20th Anniversary.
The 40th Anniversary Open Day cum Thanksgiving Service was held.
Our F.5 student Yiu Sze Wan scored 10 distinctions in HKCEE.
In the 6th World Choir Games, held in Shaoxing, China, our Mixed Voice Choir won the Gold Medal and the Champion in the Category 6: Mixed Youth Choirs.
The 40th Anniversary Concert was held in Shatin Town Hall.
The major concerns for the three-year school development cycle (2009-2012) were Learn to Learn and Learn to Respect.
Mr. Lee Chi Yuen retired. Dr. Alice Yuk was appointed School Supervisor.
Our F.5 student Wong Wai Yu scored 10 distinctions in HKCEE.
Our F.7 student Cheng Cheuk Hin got the gold award of the Hang Lung Mathematics Awards. His research topic was How to Keep Water Cold - A Study about the Wet Contact Surface Area in Cylinder.
The major concerns for the three-year school development cycle (2006-2009) were Effective Learning and Teaching, and Enhancing EMI Learning and Teaching.
The 35th Anniversary Open Day cum Thanksgiving Service was held.
The 35th Anniversary Concert was held in Tsuen Wan Town Hall.
The Old Students' Association revised its constitution and Mr Hsu Know was elected President.
Our Table Tennis Team won the overall girls' championship in the Kwai Tsing District Inter-school Table-Tennis Competition organised by the HK Schools Sports Federation.
'The 35th Anniversary Music CD' was released.
The Non-Academic Development Section was set up to coordinate different pastoral sections.
An additional AL class was approved by the EMB.
Our first music CD, 'The First Tune', was released.
The six-day cycle system was introduced. The summer and winter timetables were replaced by the present one.
The "Reading To Learn" Scheme was introduced. A 15-minute reading session was set aside every morning.
High Achievers' Classes in English and Mathematics were organised for F.1 to F.3 students.
The school theme "Be a Lam Wooer" and the eight qualities of being a Lam Woo student were laid out.
以"Be a Lam Wooer" 作為學年主題，確立「林護人」精神。
With $ 1,275,000 funding from the QEF, the Multi-Media Learning Centre was set up.
Our school was selected to take part in the Clustered Schools Gifted Project, organised by the former Education Department and the QEF in 2001-2003.
The new extension to the main building, including a Lecture Theatre, was completed.
Mrs. Emily Kwong retired. Ms Rhonda Leung was appointed Principal. Mr. Lee Chi Yuen was appointed School Supervisor.
The Project Learning Scheme was started for F.1 to F.3 students.
English and Mathematics remedial classes were started for F.1 to F.3 students.
The QEF approved our application for the Fitness Challenge Scheme. The Fitness Room was built.
LCD projectors were installed in all classrooms and special rooms.
The Parent-Teacher Association was formally established and Mr. Lam Yuet Chung was elected Chairperson.
The school was selected as a pilot school to take part in the Accelerated Schools Project organised by the Education Faculty of CUHK in 1999-2002.
The Language Laboratory was established.
Our school remained one of the114 EMI schools in Hong Kong.
Air conditioners were installed in the hall and all special rooms.
Air conditioners were installed in all classrooms.
Wong Chun Pong won the Championship of Boys' Foil in the Summer Youth Program organised by the HK Amateur Fencing Association and the HK Sports Institute.
The Students' Union was established. Ms. Lau Sau Han was elected President.
The School Orchestra was set up.
Four pavilions were donated by the Wah Kiu Yat Po Fund.
Our former School Principal Revd Lee Tung Cheng passed away and a 100,000 scholarship was set up and named after him by his family.
The Lam Hui Mung Yan Building was established with a Design and Technology Workshop, a Library, a Computer Room, a Language Laboratory and an Indoor Gym.
A storey was added to the main building with a Music Room and a Home Economics Room.
The present school uniforms were adopted.
Ms. Law Yuk King was the first student of our school to be selected as one of the Most Outstanding Students of Hong Kong.
Nineteen of our F.6 students were admitted to the Chinese University of Hong Kong under the Conditional Offer Scheme.
The school environment was improved with the construction of a fish pond and a garden.
Four of our athletes were chosen to represent Hong Kong in the Asian Handball Invitation Competition. The team won the 4th prize.
Our School Sailing Team won the championship in the Chinese Schools Open Regatta, Division B in Jan. and the Invitation Regatta organised by the HK Schools Sailing Association.
Two of our F.6 students, Cheng Man Cheung and Leung Hung Yiu, were selected to be members of the HK Youth Handball Team and joined the First International Youth Handball Competition held in Taipei, Taiwan.
Our school started operating 29 classes, with 5 classes in each form from F.1 to F.5 and 2 classes for F.6 and F.7.
Our School Handball Team won the championship in the 5th Inter-school Handball Competition. Cheng Man Cheung was chosen the 'Athlete of the Year' by the N.T. Schools Sports Association.
TheY.W.C.A. started sending a social worker to our school to give advice and guidance to our students.
Rev. Lee Tung Cheng retired and Mrs. Emily Kwong was appointed School Principal and Supervisor.
First batch of Forty F.7 students sat the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination. Sixteen students were admitted to tertiary institutes.
The Old Students' Association was established. Mr. Wong Sin Zhong became the first President.
Our school started the first 2-year matriculation course with one arts class and one science class.
Bishop Baker conducted the first Speech Day.
Sixty-three of our first batch of F.5 students sat the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination.
The first SKH Five Schools Joint Athletics Meet was held.
9 Oct 1971
The school was officially opened by the Hon. D.C. Bray, J.P., District Commissioner, N.T. We were honoured by the presence of Bishop Baker, Mrs. Lam Woo, Mr. Lam Chik-Ho J.P. and Dr. Lam Chik-Suen.
Sept - Dec 1970
Twelve classes with 549 students and 15 teachers began their lessons in the borrowed premises of Yan Laap Primary School with Revd Lee Tung Cheng as Principal and Supervisor.
The Foundation Stone was laid by Bishop Gilbert Baker.