We’re delighted and humbled by the outstanding accomplishments made to these projects by our close-knit community of students, staff and parents.  We hope to continue with our creative efforts to support even more exciting charity initiatives in the New Year.   

Going Gold For Childhood Cancer

(Annual event in September)

HKILA is proud to be Going Gold for Childhood Cancer in the month of September every year.  

Click >> here << to read all about out latest Going Gold event

Meet our newest HKILA member:

Rocky the Rhino.

Rocky will join Rose and Stripes Trump. 

Rose was named by the Access and Ignite students and Stripes Trump was named by the Plus students. 

Should you wish to adopt your own tiger or Rhino (or other endangered animals) >> click here << 

Box of Hope

(Annual event in November)

HKILA students, parents and staff contribute to the Box of Hope campaign, in which students, parents and teachers donate educational goods, toys and hygiene items to less privileged children in Asia. 

Click >> here << to find out more about the Box of Hope initiative. 

Recycling collection

(Weekly student initiative)


  • Bayside Dental

  • IMI

>> Click here << to read all about our beach cleanup and recycling efforts in Around DB magazine.

Beach Clean-up (Plastic Free Seas)

As part of our recent environmental “Green Week”, our students and teachers joined forces with local charity Plastic Free Seas to clean up our beach at Discovery Bay’s North Plaza. Before we got their hands dirty, charity Director of Operations, Dana Winograd, presented the group of 25 children with information on how careless waste disposal results in pollution which impacts our environment and sea life.  Enthused by what they had learned, our students headed to the beach and began the huge task of cleaning up the debris. 

With 9 full bin bags of waste to show for the efforts, students then brainstormed ideas on how they could help improve their environmental endeavours in our local community.

To read more about out beach cleanup click on >> here << to view our published article in Around DB magazine.