'Renaissance College, Hong Kong is an "all-through" school in Ma On Shan, Hong Kong. It is run by ESF Educational Services (ESL), a company set up some years ago by the English Schools Foundation (ESF) and it offers the IB Primary Years Programme, the IB Middle Years Programme and the Diploma Programme to all students according to their year levels. Many of the students and teachers came from Phoenix International School after it closed on July 7, 2006.

Students come from different countries including the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia and various Asian and African countries. However, local Hong Kong students make up the majority of the student population in the school. The school offers English, Chinese, humanities, art, music, drama, Physical Education, science, mathematics and design technology classes.

Logo of Renaissance College

On October 26, 2001, Phoenix International School's former school, Canadian Overseas International School closed because of financial problems. Approximately 380 students lost their school. The Education and Manpower Bureau decided to set up a temporary and new school by ESF named Phoenix International School. In the meantime, the EMB promised the ESF to give them land for a permanent campus. The permanent campus was completed in 2006 and was named Renaissance College, officially replacing Phoenix International School in September.

Renaissance College officially adopted Starfish Bay in early 2007. All of RCHK secondary school students were invited to cleaning up the beach, the first beach clean-up involving the entire secondary school.