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Business, Accounting and Financial Studies

In 2018, Hong Kong ranks no. 1 in Wall Street Journal’s Index of Economic Freedom. Having such autonomy in doing business gives Hong Kong lots of opportunities. BAFS studies the miracle of this small city and how it interacts with the world. Students learn about Hong Kong’s business environment and explore different aspects of businesses to prepare students for not only learning but also employment.


Glee Path focuses not only on textbooks but also on self-actualization of knowledge. We also give chances for students to be a true investor. An investment simulation will be done with students. They will explore the news in the market and make the stimulated investment in Hong Kong stock exchange according to the actual financial news in the world. Through the process, students will understand what investment is and how investment affects people’s life. 


BAFS is a dynamic subject that keeps on changing especially in the globalized market with new technology appearing daily. Although the textbook teaches us concepts and tools. The methods of applying those concepts and tools in real cases is also equally important.

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S.3 50th Anniversary project

As part of their Business, Accounting and Financial Studies course, Form 3 students have embarked on an exciting and challenging project to design and build a product prototype in celebration of the school's 50th anniversary. This project has provided students with a unique opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills in product development, marketing, and entrepreneurship, and to showcase their creativity, teamwork, and leadership.


The project has involved several stages, starting with the planning and design phase, during which students had to come up with a product idea that could appeal to the school community and reflect the school's values and history. Students worked in groups, researched and analyzed the market trends and customer preferences, and developed a product concept and prototype using various materials and tools.


Once the prototypes were ready, students had to prepare a marketing plan and pitch to promote their product to the teachers, who acted as potential investors and judges. Each group had to present their product's features, benefits, target audience, pricing, and promotion strategies, and respond to questions and feedback from the teachers.


This project has been a valuable and enriching experience for the Form 3 students, who have learned not only how to create a product but also how to market it and build a successful business. The project has also contributed to the school's anniversary celebration and fostered a sense of pride and collaboration among the students and teachers.



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