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Our History

Victoria Shanghai Academy (VSA) is a private independent, non-denominational, co-educational day school in Hong Kong. The establishment of VSA relies on the enthusiasm and dedication of the School Board, which was jointly formed by members of the University of Shanghai Alumni Association and Victoria Education Organization.

In 1965, the Victoria Educational Organisation (VEO) was founded with the mission of providing a high standard bilingual education for Hong Kong children. For over forty years, VEO has been well known for its excellence in academics, character building, and individual nurturing of young people. C.S. Victoria English Primary School was established by the VEO in 1984. It was then renamed as Victoria English Primary School (Causeway Bay), and relocated to Causeway Bay in 1999. In 2004, a subsidy was granted by the government for the construction cost of the campus at Shum Wan Road. The school was relocated to Shum Wan in 2007, and in 2012, the school became a member of the Council of International School (CIS).

Establishment of our first primary school, 1984

Granting of HK$230 million government subsidy
for the Shum Wan Road campus construction, 2004

VSA under construction, 2005

VSA Campus Expansion Project begins, 2020