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Contact person: MR EricFord
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School history and church
The beginning and end of the school
In 1954, the Sisters of the Epiphany, with the missionary enthusiasm of Jesus Teresa, the patron saint of the mission district, officially began missionary work in Changsha Bay. Under the leadership of Priest Guo Yiya (a member of the Charity Church), the founder of the Mumbai School, the service of the Sisters of the Epiphany in Hong Kong was promoted. On July 25, 1956, St. James's Apostolic Day, the bishop of Hong Kong Bai Yingqi approved to open a school in Hong Kong. To commemorate the blessing of the Apostle St. Jacob. And with Saint Teresa as the main guardian of the school, so that all young people can follow her example to become good children of God, and good citizens of the society, because of the "Virtue" of Saint Teresa and the "Virtue" of Saint Jacob "Ya" is used as the name of the school. This is the beginning of the establishment of Deya School.

The founder of the school, Priest Guo Yiya, took up the task of organizing resolutely, overcoming obstacles and not violating hardships. On November 15, 1958, the Hong Kong government approved the opening of Deya School. An area of ​​13,755 square feet is allocated in Tat Chee Road, Yau Yat Village, as a school building. The foundation stone was laid on February 25, 1960 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the martyrdom of Bishop Versiglia (Founder of the Congregation of Sisters "Announcers of the Lord"), The case was filed under the name "Bishop Thunder Road Memorial Deya School".

In September 1960, as all matters concerning the construction of the school were in place, the priest of St. Teresa's parish graciously lent three classrooms as temporary classrooms for Deya School. Until the completion of Deya School on February 20, 1961, all classes were moved back to the new school. In November of the same year, Mr. and Mrs. Corkburn (Mr. Corkburn), Assistant Education Department of DEMO, came to hold the opening ceremony. Deya School opened a bright page in the history of education in Hong Kong.

At the beginning of the school’s establishment, there was only a primary school. Father Guo took a long-term view and paid attention to the problems of enrolling pupils in the school. He immediately made plans for the opening of the secondary school. On May 1, 1962, the Department of Education approved the establishment of an additional secondary school in a primary school. Classes officially started in 1962. On March 9, 1963, the government decided to build a small hill with an area of ​​19,410 square feet adjacent to Deya School. The independent school building was completed in 1964. On November 3 of the same year, Bishop II Nunzio Mons Caprio, the Minister in China, presided over the holy ritual to bless the new school building. Classes were held in the school building. On July 3 of the same year, Hong Kong Bishop Bai Yingqi officially blessed the school building and held a thanksgiving ceremony.

When Deya Middle School was opened, both Chinese and English departments were set up to take into account the choices of students' academic prospects. In 1976, in view of the wishes of a wide range of students and parents, as well as the needs of the society, the school began to increase the number of English secondary school places, while the Chinese secondary school places decreased accordingly. In the autumn of 1980, Deya Middle School became a pure English middle school.

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