S1 students have English lessons in smaller class size (around 20) such that more support can be given.
S2 and S3 students are allocated to 4 different types of classes: elite class, classes with better in English, better in Chinese and better in Mathematics. Enhancement strategies are tailor made for each type of class. For example, in the class having students with better in Mathematics, enrichment topics are introduced in Mathematics lessons to further arouse their interest, while split class arrangement is adopted for Chinese Language and General English lessons.
Tutorials including Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science are arranged to S1 and S2 students on Saturday morning to help them overcome the difficulties encountered in the subject.
Junior form students are encouraged to participate in different competitions to gain experiences such as speech festival, writing contest, debating competitions and mathematics Olympiad. Gifted students are invited to enroll the courses held by the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education.
A wide range of after school supplementary classes (mainly for elective subjects) are held under the After School Learning and Support Programmes (ASLSP) to help both elite and normal students.
Supplementary classes during lesson time (core subjects) are arranged for S5 and S6 students who have dropped an elective.
Alumni are hired to help S6 students during study leave through knowledge consolidation and past papers checking.
Diversity Learning Grant (DLG) are used to cherish high fliers in various areas such as English public speaking, drama, debating and music. Some talented students are invited to join courses held by university institutions, especially science related subjects.