Our Learning Spaces

CAIS gets much of its sense of community from deliberately designed learning spaces all housed within a single campus. With the opening of our academic building in 2017, our facilities underscore our conviction that design features should support collaborative learning communities. Our learning spaces include:

    • 70 classrooms
    • 5 science laboratories
    • 1 gymnasium
    • 200-seat lecture hall
    • 1 central whole-school library
    • 9 multiple purposed areas
    • Fitness Center

CAIS is within easy reach of Hong Kong’s dynamic urban centers. Situated in the hub of West Kowloon, we are just five minutes’ walk from the bus terminal from the Lai Chi Kok district and Mass Transit Rail (MTR) system, fifteen minutes from the Lai Chi Kok park and soccer field and a quiet but vibrant residential area

The second phase of the Butterfly Valley campus development is tentatively scheduled to be completed in the later part of 2021. Upon completion, specialized school amenities will include:

    • 2nd gymnasium
    • 600-seat performance hall
    • 7-a-side football pitch
    • Orchestral rehearsal room
    • 6 Music rooms
    • Drama practice room

Facilities Booking

Thank you for your interest in the booking of our facilities. Please refer to the Facility Booking Policy for further details.


Parents and others planning to visit CAIS should contact the General Office beforehand.

    1. Visitors, regardless of the reason for their visit, should sign in at the reception counter, produce a Hong Kong I.D. or other photo identification and provide a reason for their visit
    2. After sign-in, guests must wear Visitor Pass
    3. Unless allowed by a Senior Leader, visitors are required to leave the premises by 5:00 pm
    4. Visitors may not accompany students to class or loiter.
    5. Staff should report to a Senior Leader if they encounter unknown people on campus not wearing a Visitor Pass or are accompanied by a staff member


Our articulated Fine Arts program enables students to enhance the depth and breadth of their expression and intuitive response to fine art