The Grove campus, designed by renowned global design firm P&T Architects and Engineers, won worldwide recognition for its groundbreaking and innovative design in a school. So far this year, the architectural firm has won two prestigious architectural awards for its design of The Grove.
In the News
Hong Kong Education Awards 2021: The results are in, Hong Kong Living, 28 May 2021
5 Keys To Successful Online Learning At Home, Mashable, 25 March 2020
How to Create the Happiest and Most Productive Workplace for Kids in the World, World Schools: School News, December 18, 2019.
The Harbour School Launches Remote Learning Solution in Response to HK Protest School Closures, World Schools: School News, December 13, 2019.
Jadis Blurton: Fostering an Educational Environment for Psychological Development of Students, The Knowledge Review, Vol. 10:03: China’s Most Admired Educational Leaders to Watch in 2019,
Spearheading Science Through Ocean Literacy, World Schools: School News, October 24, 2019.
The Harbour School Clinches First Runner-Up in Prestigious Harvard Book Prize Essay Award, World Schools: School News, October 16, 2019.
You Get What You Pay For: Three Years of Applied Behavioral Analysis in Hong Kong with Relative Cost. Greenberg, Jeremy H and Chung, Tso-Yi. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 8 July 2019
Pupil, 16, Earns Prize for Climate Change Research, South China Morning Post, 21 June, 2019
The Harbour School Wrestlers Win Gold, Southside Magazine, April 2019
Changing the Script, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Teaching Empathy: How To Create Compassionate Classrooms, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Make your schooling experience work for you, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
A Principal’s Conundrum of Traditional vs. Progressive, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
What We Can All Learn From Each Other, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
What Is School Really For?, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Developing Passion and Purpose, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Establishing A Growth Mindset: How School Culture Can Unlock Student Achievement, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Preparing high school students for success in college and beyond, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Designing courses for the future of learning, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Unpacking STEAM, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
5 years as a THS Parent, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Meeting Every Child Where They Are: Ensuring Education is Accessible to All, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
Fostering the Right Attitudes, South China Morning Post, 1 April 2019
International Impact: Hong Kong Teacher Guides Students to Follow Their Compassionate Instincts, Southside Magazine, April 2019
Choosing a School: One Parent’s Perspective, Expat Living, 15 Oct 2018
Experiential Learning Meets Innovative Design at The Harbour School, Nonagon Style, 9 October 2018
The Harbour School Grove Campus – The School That’s Worth Five Stars, Southside Magazine, July 2018.
Harvard Book Prize 2018: Life Lessons from Bird-Watching, South China Morning Post “Young Post,” 31 May 2018.
Students from The Harbour School to Represent Hong Kong at the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals, South China Morning Post “Young Post,” 14 May 2018
Teaching Appropriate Play to Replace Stereotypy Using a Treatment Package with Students Having Autism. Greenberg, Jeremy H, Lam, Wendy and Lau, Sandy. Global Education Review, 2018, 3(3) 94-104.
A Home for The Harbour School, Southside Magazine, July 2015
Music and Art Prove Calming Combination for Autistic Children, South China Morning Post, 26 August 2014
Yacht Enables Harbour School to Expand its Marine Science Classes, South China Morning Post, May 2014
The Effects of Intensive Tact Instruction with Young Children having Speech Delays on Pure Tacts and Mands in Non-Instructional Settings: A Partial Replication. Greenberg, Jeremy H, Tsang, Wendy and Yip, Tracy. 2014, Vol 19(1), 35-39.
It Takes Two to Tango: Inclusive Schooling in Hong Kong. Greenberg, Jeremy H and Greenberg, J Christine, Global Education Review, 2014, 1(1), 44-55
The Needs of the Few, South China Morning Post “Family Post,” 8 April 2012
Effects of a Treatment Package on the Task Behavior of a Kindergartener with Autism Across Settings, Greenberg, Jeremy H, Tang, Ming and Tsoi, Samantha P.Y., Behavioral Development Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 10, 18-24.
The Harbour School (THS) Grade 11 student Nikki Wong’s research study on a local Hong Kong coral has won the third prize in a prestigious STEM competition for secondary school students in Hong Kong.