Principal's Office

Educational Affairs Division

Student Affairs Division

General Affairs Division

Counseling Division


Principal's Office



Principal: Mr. Su, Gong-Hong      

Telephone: +866-6-2633171#100



Educational Affairs Division

To help our students become a whole person as well as an excellent citizen of the world, the Educational affairs Division provides multiple classes for students: 

I.   English programs on the air

Every Tuesday and Friday morning students listen to Let’s Talk in English to enhance their listening and speaking abilities.  The programs are divided into 3 levels, low, medium, and high level, which are transmitted to the 7th grade, 8th grade and 9th grade respectively.  There will be 3 terminal exams about Let’s talk in English for students.  In addition, we encourge students to go in for GEPT.

II.   More courses to enhance students’ learning

1.      7th grade Chinese, English and Math classes 8th period from Monday to  Friday

2.      8th grade Chinese, English, Science and Math classes 8th period from  Monday to Friday

3.      9th grade All the subjects in Academic Attainment Testing pre-1st period and the 8th period from Monday to Friday

4.      Night self-study at school since November 1.

III.         The policy to enhance students’ reading ability

1.   Each class has a book-pool.

2.   Retired teachers and volunteers are invited to take charge of the school library. 

3.   Students are encouraged to borrow books from the library.

4.   Students are required to hand in 6 pieces of writing every semester. In addition, there will be a composition test in midterms and finals.

5.   The pocket books of poems extract for students is published

IV.        Ways to increase the professional knowledge of teaching

1.   Hold the study meeting about how to incorperate the principles and techniques of  information technology education into the class.

2.   Hold the teaching seminar of all fields periodically 

3.   The experienced teachers can share their teaching techniques with the novice teachers

V.       Awards for outstanding students

1.   In midterms and finals the best student in each class can receive NT 250 dollars.

2.   Top 20 students of each grade can receive NT 300 dollars.

3.   Pan shui-jhih Scholarship: Top 15 students of the 9th grade can receive NT 200 dollars to NT 500 dollars.

4.   The scholarship and extra curriculum are provided for the minority students.

5.   The subsidy of registration, extra curriculum and lunch are for the students in low-paid family or the disabled students.


Student Affairs Division


General Affairs Division

The role of General Affairs Division is to support the teaching. The extreme goal we pursue is to establish the best learning environment—a warm and cozy campus—so that students and teachers can work happily.  The following are our projects:

1.      Share the resource with the community—Tear down the enclosing walls instead of the fences to provide space for people in the community to enhance the relationship between school and community.

2.      Beautify the environment of the campus—Prune the trees and flowers regularly, reconstruct Ci-Mu pavilion and plant orchids and laurels to make students enjoy learning within the campus.

3.      Soundproof the classrooms—Reconstruct the classrooms to be soundproofed (under 42 decibel) to offer a quiet learning environment

4.      Enhance the campus security—Set up monitors around the campus to ensure the safety of students and teachers.

5.      Enhance the working efficiency —Set up systems of public property maintenance- book inrepairtrace to improve the working efficiency.


Counseling Division

1.      Special-education Class for the Mentally Disabled

A. Special Classrooms

a.       Perception-motor classrooms for physical and occupational therapy.

b.      Living skill-training room for life education and speech-correction class.

c.       Specially designed ramps and restrooms.

    Classrooms are connected to each other and near the entrance of the school.

B. Teachers and Curriculum

a.  Teachers from professional fields

b.  Profession-training classes added to class besides the common core curriculum.

c.  Integrative curriculum—physical education, art and so on.


2.      Sinsing Newsletter

a.       The channel for communicating between parents and teachers

b.      The channel for transmitting information

c.       The channel for praising students of outstanding performance

d.      The channel for counseling students

3.      Mid-way Class

a.       Classes including common curriculum, skill-training, art, life education to enhance students’ interests in learning.

b.      Each dropout guided and supervised by a voluntary teacher.

c.       Resources deriving from school and community.

4.      Technical Art of Education

a. Cooperate with vocational schools.

b. Provide the professional training

c. Supply group instruction to meet different demands of students 

d. Design education programs including Machinery, Restaurant Management, Home Economics and so on.

e. Arrange field visitation for students’ career development.

5.      Voluntary guidance program

a.       Set up voluntary guidance program

b.      Voluntary teachers are qualified with the knowledge of counseling.

c.       Carry out class-guidance program to guide students through teaching.

d.      Carry out vice homeroom teacher program

e.       Reduce the percentage of dropouts

6.      Artistic talented class—Chinese Music

a.       Students are recruited with the basic knowledge of appreciating and playing Chinese Music. 

b.      Basic Music Training class, Chamber music class, and Tutti class are added to the schedule as well as common core curriculum.

c.       Group instruction is used.

d.      Teachers are chosen as an individual instruction

e.       Concerts are held annually to present the learning outcome.


7.      Resource class

a.       Simplify the curriculum to raise students’ interests.

b.      Design materials to meet students’ need.

c.       Arrange seats in an U-shape for teachers to center students’ attention.

d.      Instruct and counsel individually.

e.       Individualize Education Program—design individual teaching materials and files for each student.