Ordinary Membership is open to Maryknoll Sisters, former students who have completed at least one year of study at Maryknoll and former teachers. They shall have the right to attend and speak at all General Meetings of the Foundation as well as to vote at any such meetings. Be a part of the Foundation.To learn more about what it means to become a Foundation Member, please see BACKGROUND.

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Feminism for Dummies 

Date: 24 August 2015
Time: 18:00-19:00
Venue: Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)
Admisstion: Free of charge
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People often use the words "gender" and "sex" as if they mean the same thing. This is not the case. Sex refers to the physical differences between men and women – like women can bear children and men cannot. Gender refers to the different roles and identities that we are given depending on whether we are male or female. Different cultures and institutions can influence or help stereotype the gender roles.

Yet, gender is not only about roles and expectations but is also about the relationship between women and men. While societies might develop different roles and tasks for people, this should not be based on oppression and subordination. It is therefore important for us to understand the power relations between women and men in different circumstances and societies so that we can help promote equality.

MCS 90th Anniversary Photo Competition ‘Maryknoll & I’!


Thank you for your support! We would like to express heartfelt thanks to our judges for taking invaluable time for the adjudication of our near two hundred entries.
Annoucement: HERE | Results: Students Category Alumni/Staff Category


Report on 10th Annual General Meeting (October 18, 2014)

The Foundation AGM was successfully conducted on 18 October, 2014 with over 80 members in attendance.  Principals of the two Sections Ms Melaine Lee and Mrs Josephine Lo, as well as the respective Vice Principals were also present.  Chairperson opened the meeting with her Chairman’s Report which gave members a good understanding of the way forward.  Supervisors also presented their reports on the two sections.