Kingston International School

Clubs and Teams

For a small school, Kingston has an impressive range of clubs and teams available for students to enjoy. These clubs have become essential elements of and sources of pride for our school community. From performing, to competing to beautifying our school and helping other schools, there are clubs for everyone's taste!

Kingston Environmental Group

The KEG takes responsibility for promoting a greener campus and reducing our eco-footprint

Student Representative Council

Our democratically-elected student representative council organizes community events and helps students communicate their ideas for the direction of the school.

Global Citizens

The Global Citizens Initiative involves student-led fundraising for an underprivileged school in Jong Ra, Cambodia

Kingston Choir & Orchestra

Outside of regular class music time, students in Upper Primary also have the opportunity to join the Kingston Choir and Kingston Orchestra. The choir is currently made up of 52 enthusiastic students who enjoy singing in harmony and perform for the Kingston community 4 times throughout the school year. The Orchestra is a small group of dedicated string players who come together under the leadership our our Music Teacher to perform regularly at events throughout the school year as an orchestra and as accompanists for various student performances.


4 editions of the Kingston Student Newspaper are published by our intrepid student reporters and editors.

Battle of the Books

Kingston's Battle of the Books Team has proven to be a major contender in Hong Kong, having fought our way to multiple Finals and winning a city-wide Championship in 2012.

Floor Hockey

Floor hockey has long been the most popular sport at Kingston. We have more than 70 students from upper and lower primary playing weekly, with some competing yearly for the Kowloon Tong Cup Championship.


Our basketball team is led by our Physical Education Teacher.


Football is provided by the Brazilian Football Academy and stretches from Lower Primary through to Upper Primary. The Kingston team competes in yearly weekend tournaments.