PBSS Overview

School History



After the Liberation of Hong Kong from Japanese Occupation in 1945, many children were deprived of education. In light of that, Sister Katherine Lui of the Sisters of the Precious Blood rented a property in Wanchai and founded a new subsidized school - Tack Ching Girls' Secondary School No.2., where classes were split into AM school and PM school.


At the beginning, the school offered classes from kindergarten to junior secondary. Since 1952, in order to provide chances for junior secondary graduates to continue their studies, senior secondary classes were opened. In 1952, the school was relocated to No.1 Chung On Terrace in North Point. Next year, with the funding of Sisters of the Precious Blood, the campus expanded and a new sportsground was built. Along with the expansion of campus and the enhancement of learning facilities, the development of school flourishes. To commemorate the Precious Blood of Jesus Christ, the school was renamed as Precious Blood Secondary School.




Sr. Katherine Lui,
the Foundress (Deceased)


In 1954, subsidized by the government, the Wanchai campus was relocated to the new campus at Sing Woo Road in Happy Valley. Two years later, with government’s subsidy, another new campus for kindergarten was built at Holly Road in Happy Valley.  In 1959, Sister Josephine Fan was appointed as the new principal of the Precious Blood Secondary School.  And Sister Katherine Lui continued to devote herself to the service of the Sisters of the Precious Blood. Led by Sister Fan, the school development continued to thrive with the enhancement of the school curriculum and facilities.


In 1965, a 5-year secondary school curriculum was implemented and Sixth Form classes were opened. In line with the government's development scheme, the open playground of the North Point Campus was reconstructed and a new five-storey campus was built in 1979.The number of classes expanded from 15 to 27.



Sr. Josephine Fan,
former Principal (Deceased)


From 1985 to 1995, the school had undergone the process of computerization. Since 1993, the school adopted the two-year Sixth Form Curriculum and took part in the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination. The number of classes also expanded to 29. Since then, our graduates were benefited with an increased chance to be admitted into local universities.