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Who can enroll at TAIS?

Students who are interested in English-taught, American-style holistic education, and have plans to go abroad to enter high school or university. In addition, there are no restrictions on religious beliefs for enrolled students, and they are not restricted to Christians. After enrollment, students are not forced to change their original religious beliefs. According to the American system, junior high schools are grades 7-8, and senior high schools are grade 9 -12. Students can apply for grade 7 after graduating from elementary school, but if you want to connect to high school in the United States, it is recommended to apply for the school at the latest in the second (8th grade) in order to smoothly connect to the American high school. The sooner you enter this school, the sooner you can develop your English learning ability and self-learning reading habits, and the sooner you can adapt to the American education system. Those who want to have English expertise to continue to study in Taiwan are also welcome to sign up.

Who are faculty at TAIS?

Faculty at TAIS are qualified Christian teachers from the United States and foreign nationals in English-speaking countries, with a teacher-student ratio of 1:4; using  textbooks from American middle schools. Class sizes are small with no more than 15 students per class. Most teachers are qualified teachers in the American Adventist education system.

What English level do I need to apply? Does the school have ELL teachers and program?

We have ELL teachers dedicated to helping language learners. The students’ English proficiency test scores are used as the reference standard. The school will arrange courses according to the level of the students and teach according to the various courses in the United States. For students who need ELL basic English classes, the school will use the basic courses of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, plus High school credit courses, to strengthen English skills while taking the necessary credits for American high schools. For example, in a one-day course, students will spend half of their time on the courses of grammar, writing, reading, listening, and speaking, and the other half will take computers and credit courses such as music, housekeeping, and sports.

What if students have trouble communicating with foreign teachers?

There are Chinese administrators in the school who can provide support when students need it. Teachers in the classroom will also assign students to assist in language communication and translation according to the students’ English proficiency needs.

How can parents track their child's progress at school?

After each student has registered, the school will provide each student and parent with login information for our grading and communication system. Parents and students can check the student’s weekly attendance, grades and homework  status at school through the internet. Parents can also communicate directly with the teacher by email or telephone, or through the office staff to inquire about the student’s current school situation and dormitory life. The school will provide parents’ the deans’ contact information at the beginning of school so that parents can fully understand the child’s study and life.

How are the dorms furnished and equiped?

The dormitory has four-person rooms with personal wardrobes, desks (with desk lights), and cabinets. The dormitories are equipped with study rooms, air conditioners, electric fans, bathrooms, and laundry rooms (including coin-operated washing machines and coin-operated washing machines). Clothes dryer, 50 NT per use), water dispenser, public refrigerator, medicine cabinet, clothes yard, saloon, fire fighting equipment, clean and safe. In addition, the dormitory director takes care of students’ living conditions 24 hours a day.

Can the school help students find tutors?

The school does not encourage tutoring because teachers and study hall monitors are available outside of class hours, but if students really need tutoring, it is possible. The school will assist in finding other teachers outside the International Department of the school as the main tutor. Parents will need to pay a fee.

What if students have romantic relationships on campus?

TAIS allows students to hang out with members of the opposite sex, however, strict rules are in place surrounding conduct of students around the opposite sex. If a romantic relationship is known, the school will inform the parents of the situation and what is known of the relationship and provide counsel or separate the individuals as is necessary give the specific situation. 

Any student in a romantic relationship must adhere to
the TAIS Public Display of Affection (PDA) policy.
Parents are requested to assist the school in supporting
this policy with their children.
Students in romantic relationships must refrain from
placing themselves in situations that might pressure the
couple into making inappropriate decisions/actions.
Student couples must not associate together by
themselves. Also, it is not appropriate to sit together on
long bus rides. TAIS encourages parents to pick
up/drop off their students personally should they be
accepting of a romantic relationship.

How does the school deal with drugs, smoking, drinking, and bullying?

At present, there are very few students in schools that have such cases. If students behave like this, the school will decide how to punish the students according to their conditions. The school will investigate and collect all relevant information in accordance with the anti-bullying policy, and then carefully reviewed. Only then will there be relevant conclusions, and parents will be informed of the follow-up handling methods.

Do students have to stay on-campus in the dormitories?

Inheriting the tradition of high-quality private schools in Europe and America, TAIS is also a boarding school. At present, all students need accommodation except those who live in Yuchi or near Puli. By staying on-campus, students will get extra time around English and American culture and promote a family-like atmosphere. Students gain knowledge and education, along with life lessons and character development. TAIS philosophy is for students to get out of the city and away from distractions of night-life, electronics, shopping, and friends.

How are the dorms managed?

Students are nurtured with love, care and support so that they can grow in character. Parents can contact the dormitory director at any time to understand the life of the student.
In order to provide a comfortable accommodation environment, achieve the purpose of life education, and improve the management of student dormitories, there are rules and procedures that need to be followed by the boarding students.

Do students need cellphones or smartphones?

Cellphones and smartphones are not necessary for academics or dorm life. Cellphones are restricted at TAIS during classroom hours and only permitted during certain times in the dorms. It’s best for students to turn off their phones at the start of the day and only turn them on after school hours. Many students get by just fine without phones. Misuse of devices will result in suspension of the privilege to use the phone and repeated infractions can result in a formal request for students to not have the phone on school grounds. 

What is the school schedule?


06:00 – 06:30晨起
07:00 – 07:50早餐
07:50 – 12:10上午課程
12:10 – 13:10午餐&午休
13:10 – 15:25下午課程
15:35 – 17:05多元學習、社團時間、自主學習訓練課程
17:05 – 18:00晚餐 (與運動時間可能互換)
18:00 – 19:00晚間運動時間 (與晚餐時間可能互換)
19:00 – 19:30個人庶務時間(如洗澡,洗衣服)與晚間點心
19:30 – 19:45品格教育課程
19:45 – 21:30自主學習訓練課程
21:30 – 22:00準備就寢




08:00 – 12:00 安息天/品格與生命教育課程(遊戲互動、戲劇表演、主題影片分享、分組討論等)
12:00 – 13:00 午餐&午休
13:30 – 17:00 美式全人教育與體驗教育課程(戶外休閒活動、爬樹、公益活動、各式體驗教育、職涯探索體驗)
19:00 – 21:00 人文關懷課程(小組分享、電影、團體默契培養遊戲、戲劇練習、節慶活動、慶生會等)


06:00 – 06:30 Wake-Up
07:00 – 07:50 Breakfast
09:00 – 12:00 Study Halls
12:00 – 13:00 午餐&午休
13:30 – 17:00 Student Leisure Activities
17:00 – 18:00 Dinner
18:00 – 19:00 Exercise
19:00 – 21:00 Study Hall
How are students picked up and dropped off? Can they take the HSR?

The pick-up and drop-off method for the return home week are as follows:
1. Pick up by parents:
        a. Pick up students from 12:00-13:00 in the afternoon of the home week (Friday)
        b. Send students back to school before the specified time on the holiday (Sunday) .
2. Take the Nantou Bus to Taichung High Speed ​​Rail Station or Taichung Railway Station as a companion to the school gate, and then transfer to the high speed rail or train to go home
3. Take the special bus arranged by the school to Taichung High Speed ​​Rail Station or Taichung Railway Station, and take the original special bus when the holiday is closed Back to school, the fee will be paid separately

My child has never lived alone or taken care of himself/herself. How can he/she learn to complete daily tasks?

The dormitory has a complete set of management methods, led by the deans and senior students, from washing clothes and drying clothes to the basic abilities of personal life. The students naturally learn through self-discipline and self-management during the interactive learning process. Living in the dormitory of the group, children can also learn respect and autonomy from it.

How can I keep in touch with my child when they are on campus? Can he/she have a mobile phone?

Mobile phones are allowed, but they are not allowed during the school hours; the deans and teachers will issue mobile phones and computers (depending on the needs of the course and the school’s regulations). Ff the students have not completed their housework and homework, they will not be allowed to have their phones. The cell phone of the dormitory director and school phone will be provided to parents at the beginning of school so that parents can contact their children at any time.

Is the school vegetarian?

Food provided by the school cafeteria and food services on campus is vegetarian. Students are allowed to go to town twice a week where they can choose their own diets.

What if students are hungry in the evenings?

Night snacks are provided in the dorms, but we recommend that parents or students prepare some healthy drinks or snacks for their children when they return home, such as biscuits and snacks that can be kept fresh at room temperature. However, meat products, instant noodles, cola and carbonated drinks are strictly prohibited in the dormitory.

If meat is not allowed, can I bring my own?

On the first Tuesday of each month, students are open for going out at night, and on Friday or Sunday of the stay week, it will also be open depending on the situation of the students. However, once they go out, the students are required to travel with other classmates. They are not allowed to go out alone and require permission from the deans. Meat food is not allowed to be brought back to campus and dormitories.

Are students required to be vegetarian when they go home?

Although the school provides meals on the principle of healthy eating during the stay at school, there are no restrictions when students go out or go home, and they can choose meals according to their personal eating habits.

What clubs and extracurricular activities are available?

TAIS provides a variety of clubs which changes from year to year based on student’s requests. Currently we have: music, art, SAT preparation courses, tennis club, drama, badminton club, volleyball club, frisbee club, basketball, soccer, chess club (will be adjusted annually according to the wishes of the students of the school)

Where can students go in the future?

Basically, TAIS expects that every student can go abroad to connect to foreign universities (the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and other English-speaking countries), rather than returning to Taiwan’s academic system.
At present, TAIS graduates can successfully integrate into the university and continue to the next stage of school in accordance with their orientation and planning. At the same time, they will not be restricted to apply for universities in the Adventist system, as long as they meet the admission threshold of the university they want to apply for. Students can apply freely according to personal aptitude and academic record and performance, and is not restricted by the Adventist education system.

What are the advantages of studying at TAIS?

The experience and environment provided by the school determine your child’s learning outcomes. TAIS provides children with American education and high school programs. It absorbs knowledge through multiple learning and  reading methods, and encourages creativity and self-development. The training of students helps them gain the ability to learn independently, which is different from the passive learning under the education and training of the Taiwan system.
Through the training and course of diversified learning in TAIS, children not only accumulate the methods to immediately connect with the foreign country’s education system and prepare for homework when they study abroad in the future, but also train the next stage of studying abroad through this academic ability development process. TAIS focuses on students’ active learning ability, develops students’ learning motivation, and cultivates confidence in learning.

Since TAIS students will have both legal Taiwanese and American academic qualifications, they will not only have the qualifications to take the National Taiwan University Examinations, but also the qualifications to apply for admission to the Top 100 universities in the US (if the scores meet the requirements) when they graduate in the future. In Taiwan, you can also enjoy the educational standards and training for studying in the United States. Not only will you be influenced by American education, you will also have the ability to compete globally. The American high school courses provided by TAIS will save you a lot of money over studying abroad. Studying abroad for high school includes many miscellaneous expenses in travel and accommodation. Many parents also worry about their children studying abroad without support. Students who graduated from the Adventist education system can also obtain the qualification to apply for foreign schools with a high school diploma in the United States, and smoothly integrate into the next stage of overseas high school or university enrollment plan, and make arrangements for their children’s competitiveness in advance!

How much is tuition?

The tuition fee of our school is divided into one fee for grades 7-8 and one fee for grades 9-12. If you want to know more details, please refer to the “Course Information” unit published on TAIS official website or call for inquiries, 049-2899778, 049- 2897309, we welcome you.

Does the school provide scholarships?

Scholarships are not currently provided, but some discounts on tuition fees are as follows:
01. When siblings are studying at the same time, the second person will enjoy [second child receives 10% discount on the first item of “tuition fee”]

02. If payment of the full amount within the specified date,  you will enjoy a 3% discount on the first item “Tuition Fee” on the tuition bill

Will tuition be adjusted every year?

Like other ordinary schools, the tuition fee of this school will be adjusted from 3% to 5% according to the price situation. However, the tuition fee will include all the fees required during the semester.

Are there other fees in addition to tuition?

The fees of each student will be set according to the grade of the student. Parents only need to pay according to the tuition bill. The school promotes a frugal atmosphere and discourages students from spending extravagantly. School uniform is also required.



對全英文授課、美式全人教育有興趣, 且有計畫銜接至國外升讀高中或大學的孩子。另外,入學學生無宗教信仰之限制,非限定基督徒,入學後亦不強迫學生改變其原有宗教信仰,本機構按照美式體制國中為7-8年級(國一、國二),高中為9-12年級(國三~高三),國小畢業即可申請就讀7年級,但若是要銜接美國高中者,則最晚建議於國二時(8年級)報考本校,以順利銜接採學分制的美制高中(國三,9年級),越早進入本校就讀,則能越早培養其英文學習的能力與自主性學習的讀書習慣,越早適應美式教育系統,招收以將來主要計畫出國而非在國內升學的國高中生為主,想要有英文專長繼續在台灣體制升學的國高中孩子也歡迎報名























06:00 – 06:30晨起
07:00 – 07:50早餐
07:50 – 12:10上午課程
12:10 – 13:10午餐&午休
13:10 – 15:25下午課程
15:35 – 17:05多元學習、社團時間、自主學習訓練課程
17:05 – 18:00晚餐 (與運動時間可能互換)
18:00 – 19:00晚間運動時間 (與晚餐時間可能互換)
19:00 – 19:30個人庶務時間(如洗澡,洗衣服)與晚間點心
19:30 – 19:45品格教育課程
19:45 – 21:30自主學習訓練課程
21:30 – 22:00準備就寢




08:00 – 12:00 安息天/品格與生命教育課程(遊戲互動、戲劇表演、主題影片分享、分組討論等)
12:00 – 13:00 午餐&午休
13:30 – 17:00 美式全人教育與體驗教育課程(戶外休閒活動、爬樹、公益活動、各式體驗教育、職涯探索體驗)
19:00 – 21:00 人文關懷課程(小組分享、電影、團體默契培養遊戲、戲劇練習、節慶活動、慶生會等)


06:00 – 06:30 晨起
07:00 – 07:50 早餐
09:00 – 12:00生活技能訓練課程
12:00 – 13:00 午餐&午休
13:30 – 17:00 時間管理訓練課程
17:00 – 18:00 晚餐
18:00 – 19:00 運動時間
19:00 – 21:00 自主學習訓練課程

一. 由家長接送:
二. 結伴至校門口搭乘南投客運公車至台中高鐵站或台中火車站,轉乘高鐵或火車回家
三. 搭乘由學校安排之專車前往台中高鐵站或台中火車站,與收假日時搭原專車返校,費用另繳






一. 由家長接送:
二. 結伴至校門口搭乘南投客運公車至台中高鐵站或台中火車站,轉乘高鐵或火車回家
三. 搭乘由學校安排之專車前往台中高鐵站或台中火車站,與收假日時搭原專車返校,費用另繳












學校所提供之經驗與環境,決定您孩子的學習成果, TAIS提供給孩子正統美式教育與國高中學程,藉由多元學習及非填鴨式讀書方法吸收學識,鼓勵發揮創意與自我發展,透過這樣的訓練與累積,進而有了自主的學習能力而有別於台灣體制教育訓練下的被動學習。





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