Yee Woo Street, Causeway Bay (St. Paul's Convent School on the right) - HONG KONG, CHINA

St. Paul's Convent School is a private Catholic girls' school in Hong Kong, China, founded by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres from France in 1854. The school comprises three sections: kindergarten, primary and secondary.  

The school's motto is Omnia omnibus, Latin for "Being all things to all people". The School has also recently built a 'green building', known as 'the Smart Oasis', that integrates technology with nature. Recently, it also established a Lingzhi Farm as well as installed 85" interactive Promethean whiteboards for all F.1 classrooms and some special rooms.

The uniforms of St. Paul's Convent School's students are considered one of the most stylish uniforms of Hong Kong secondary schools.