Student of the Year

Each year, candidates impress the panel of judges with accolades, awards and academic achievements. But for a student to really stand out above the rest, it takes something special.
Hong Kong's most prestigious award for students is about searching for the best of the best, so last year's top three offer their tips for success.
The Student of the Year competition is open to all senior-secondary students. In fact, we're accepting more nominations (two per category per school) this year in order to celebrate the hard work of more students. It's a common misconception that the Student of the Year Awards are only for elite...
The Student of the Year competition recognises not only academic excellence, but talent and ability in many other fields of life.
The prestigious South China Morning Post Student of the Year competition is back once again! The 35th annual awards event will celebrate the achievements of Hong Kong’s top secondary school students.
World-class swimmer Siobhan Haughey tells us how she manages to balance her sport with study.
Nicole Liu won't accept low standards.
Student of the Year English Linguistics winner Nicole Liu Hui-kay has a way with words.
Kessay Chan gives it all when he hits the stage.
One-man a capella star Kessay Chan talks about the hard work that went into him being named the SCMP Student of the Year - Performing Artist
Rainbow Tse Lok-yau loves using water colours for night-time scenes.
Every inch of the double room in the Conrad hotel was covered with paintings. The place was set up as an exhibition space for the Art Central art fair. Big and small, framed works covered the walls, the beds and even the bathroom.
Student of the Year Eunice Yiu celebrates with her younger sister, Venrena (left)
The competition was incredibly tough at this year’s Student of the Year Awards, but the Form Five student from St Paul’s Convent School proved to the judges she had what it took to rise above the rest