What differentiates Bloom from other schools is that we focus on the journey, not just the final destination.
We aspire to foster a learning environment in which students learn out of desire and not necessity, a place where they learn about the real world but can afford to dream, where they discover their individuality but strive to play as a team.
To me, there is no calling greater, no task more rewarding than unleashing their fullest potential and cultivating a new generation of passionate learners to blossom in the hundreds.
Yvette Ho graduated from Brown University with a BA in Business Economics. She also serves on its President’s Leadership Council and Annual Fund Leadership Council as a member. Yvette is an honorary fellow of Oxford University St. Hugh’s College. She has always been committed to transforming young lives. As the Vice-Chairperson of the Changing Young Lives Foundation, she has seen the positive growth of students through education. She has served on numerous charity and school boards, including Diocesan Girls’ School as a council member for over 17 years, DGS School Management Committee, PTA Chairman, and as a member of DGS Finance, Education Quality Assurance, and Human Resource Committees. Yvette is also on the Hospital Governing Committee for Tuen Mun Hospital, a trustee at Design Trust, and a council member of HK Breast Cancer Foundation.