The HKAA dormitory was built in 1997 and has a maximum capacity of 228 students. It has three floors and is separated in the middle to divide the boys and girls. Rooms have either 4 beds or 3 beds. Each room has it's own air-con unit and a view of either the center campus or the lush green jungle that surrounds HKAA.
Dorm students have access to all the facilities on campus including the gymnasium, fitness center, soccer field, library, multi-purpose room, outdoor volleyball/tennis court, and outdoor basketball court.
The cafeteria is open to dorm students 365 days a year serving healthy vegetarian meals 3 times a day. We believe that a vegetarian diet is not only better for the environment but also better for the human body.
The dormitory is available to students in grades 7-12. Students may choose to live in the dormitory for 5 days or 7 days.
Want to learn more about the dormitory? Download the dormitory handbook here which explains dorm life in detail.
"residents of the dormitory will learn to be independent, and manage their time and study in a routine lifestyle". Dorm students will learn important life skills, as well as live and respect one another with different family and culture backgrounds."
"I personally found that the students who embrace dormitory life find many opportunities to lead and serve in their community. Because they come from diverse backgrounds, their worldview is enriched, and they learn to appreciate, respect, and work with people of different backgrounds. This ultimately prepares them to become positive contributors to our global community."
HKAA Safe place to Grow
Students enjoy the benefits of both systems and are taught to perform at high levels of academic excellence. A majority of HKAA’s teachers are internationally based teachers from all corners of the globe.