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A BRIEF HISTORY OF PERPETUAL HELP COLLEGE
The Perpetual Help Anglo Chinese School was founded in September 1955 by the Redemptorist Fathers - Joao Campos Rodrigues and Eusebio Arnias at Estrada da Vitoria, 28. The Kindergarten and Primary School started with few pupils only. Two years later, registrations increased and six more classes were built; other classes were added in 1962. In 1964 another new building was constructed. This was blessed by Cardinal Don Jose da Costa Nunes, with the assistance of several bishops including Mgr. Caprio Apostolic Internuntius of Taiwan, on 9th December 1964.
In September 1964, the Secondary School was introduced for boys and the following year it was opened to girls too. In 1966, the school bought an adjacent house, but the Redemptorist Fathers left Macau in June 1967.
The school was taken in 1967 by the Society of Divine Love : a feminine institute founded in Macau by Fr. Eugenio Isamar (S.J.). The school's name was "Perpetual Help College".
In January, 1976 the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians became the owner of the College. It was named Daughters of Mary Help of Christians Perpetual Help College.
In 1986, Mr. Chan King Luen gave a donation to construct two new buildings for the school in memory of his father Chan Sui Ki. Since then, the school was named Chan Sui Ki Perpetual Help College.
In 1990. the Kindergarten Section moved to Travessa Dos Bombeiros, 9/G., under the name of Wing Wah School. In 1992, the school's name was changed to Chan Sui Ki Perpetual Help College (Suc.).
CSKPHC provides education for Grade One to Grade Twelve. There are 4 parallel classes (F.1-2) and 3 parallel classes (P.1-3/F.3-6)in each level. The total number of students is around 1,443.
As for Grade 7-12, English is used for the English Section and Chinese is used for the Chinese Section. In Grade 9-12, each level is streamed into 3groups: the Science class/ the Commerce class ( both English classes ) and the Arts class ( Chinese class ). The School has joined the Macau government public school network. The students ( Grade 1-12 ) do not have to pay school fees.
At the end of Grade 11, students sit for the IGCSE Examination taking 4-5 O-level Subjects and 1-2 AS-level Subjects. After Grade 12,, the Arts class sit for the Taiwan University Entrance Exam. While the 2 English classes sit for the GCE ( A Level ) Exam. All sit for the Joint Macau University Exam. Students also have access to universities in H.K., Mainland China and foreign countries.
We believe in the integral formation of a person so extracurricular activities are of utmost importance here. Our goal is to form wholesome citizens and good Catholics. We emphasize the family spirit and we use the Salesian founder St. John Bosco’s Preventive System in our educational approach. This system demands educators to educate with Reason, Loving-Kindness and Religion.