One of the primary purposes of education is to prepare our children for future challenge brought by the demands of the 21st century. A rigorous academic curriculum may equip our children with the necessary knowledge but it’s the application of such knowledge that makes our children competent and adaptable to the rapid changes in society and the industry.

The activities and clubs we have at UHX aims to facilitate the emotional, social, moral, physical and intellectual development of students. Clubs such as public speaking and TED Ed provide platforms for students to put theoretical knowledge to practice, expressing their opinions and thought freely and without prejudice. Students develop self confidence and a better sense of self identification when they engage in discussions and know that their ideas are worth sharing. The World Scholar’s Cup creates healthy competition among students as it challenges students to expand their knowledge on topics that are not taught in the classroom. Students can further develop their artistic abilities by joining the music class and challenge their physical endurance through various sports such as badminton and swimming.

At UHX, students will have the opportunities to develop friendship and learn to contribute to the service of a higher and unselfish goal culminating in team matches or performances. Each student will belong to a house colour named after renowned philosophers and icons of education; Plato, Confucius, Dewey and Einstein. Students can also acquire life skills and learn the art of working together through uniform bodies namely Scouts, Girl Guides and the Red Crescent.

Uniform Bodies Club & Societies Sports
  • Brownies
  • Cub Scouts
  • Girl Guides
  • Boy Scouts
  • Red Crescent
  • TED Ed
  • Public Speaking
  • World Scholar’s Cup
  • Music
  • Badminton
  • Tennis
  • Swimming