G.T. College was founded in 1996. It started as a non-profit charitable primary school and has grown into a school with both primary and secondary section under the direct subsidy scheme. With a vision of educational innovation and excellence, G.T. College is a pioneer in gifted education, small class teaching, life education, talent development and science & creativity education. It is one of the most-sought-after schools in Hong Kong.
The founding body of G.T. College is the Gifted Education Council of Hong Kong, a charitable organization which has served the Hong Kong community through gifted education since 1988.
G.T. students consistently attain international awards, including those in physics, mathematics, visual arts and public policy studies
Over 85% G.T. Graduates gain university admission locally and overseas
G.T. Graduates attain 100% pass and 58% credit (Hong Kong average: 23%) in HKCEE English
2000 applicants compete for 100 Grade one school places
Grade 8 (S2) students accelerates in English and attains Form 5 standard in IGCSE - English
Starts secondary section and renames G.T. (Ellen Yeung) College
First intake of Grade 7 (S1) students
Acquisition of Tseung Kwan O Campus and operation under Direct Subsidy Scheme as G.T. (Ellen Yeung) School
First graduation ceremony; 80% of primary school graduates entered EMI secondary schools
Opening of G.T. School Kowloon Branch
Inauguration Ceremony of G.T. School at Lei King Wan, Hong Kong Island by Sir David Akers-Jones, former Chief Secretary of Hong Kong