It has been my annual routine to meet every S6 kid for their life planning in October. When it comes to the issue of subject choices, it is found that most traditional subjects, even pure science subjects, concern human developmental needs. From studying human history and literature to researching business administration, exploring people interaction forms the core part. It becomes more obvious when our chat is pulled to interpersonal conflicts, the most difficult issue in people dynamics. That’s why I always believe that the very purpose of learning is to enhance people’s mutual understanding and caring. The concept is not new but recorded as early as the first century: “And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight. – Philippians 1:9”. Yet, in Hong Kong, our foundation education seems to focus more on technical knowledge. For instance, if the four letters in STEM are out of touch with the concerns of human needs, I cannot see any educational value from the acronym. We believe that serving the needy and solving their inconvenience is the very purpose of innovation. Our teachers thus develop a school-based STEM(S) curriculum with Service as the main objective. We put the elderly as the serving target, and we hope the kids will be inspired to develop new ideas that can enhance the lives of the elderly.