Campus Tour

    On entering the splendid school gate, you¡¦ll see first the metal sculpture ¡Vthe Gate to Virtue, donated by the alumni association on the school¡¦s eightieth anniversary. Shaped in the form of the Chinese numeral ¡§eight¡¨ and the Arabic numeral ¡§zero¡¨, the metal sculpture connotes positiveness, roundness and joy of life. Stepping onto the sculpture , you¡¦ll see your reflection from the reflective surface, which makes you reflect upon yourself. Coming out of it, you¡¦ll see the bright sunshine, which symbolizes your promising future after graduation.

    The school buildings now include Chuang Ching Building, Ching Yeh Building, Li Tse Building, Shen Si Building, Science Building, Humanity Building, the library, the auditorium, the gymnasium, the school document room, the culinary room, and the student dormitory.

    Chuang Ching Building is the center of school administration. Ching Yeh Building, Li Tse Building and Shen Si Building are respectively classrooms for students of the first, second and third grade.

    The library is located at the center of the school campus with a collection of nearly fifty thousand volumes.  In the library are the book room, the reading room, the Internet center and the multi-media center.

    In Science Building there are laboratories, a home economics classroom, and a lecture hall.

    The auditorium is where the weekly assembly and various ceremonies take place, and it is also where major ball games are held.

    In the gymnasium there are specifically-designed rooms for playing table-tennis, billiards and badminton.

    Humanity Building is where students can engage in various kinds of extracurricular activities.

    The school document room provides not only the display of historical documents about the school but also a place for alumni, students¡¦ parents, retired teachers and the school staff to do activities.

    The culinary room is exclusively for the use of cooking class. The student dormitory accommodates 600 students.

    What¡¦s more, there is a swimming pool at the northwest corner of the campus. On weekdays, it offers a good place for students and teachers to practice swimming, while on May first- the founding day of the school, it turns into a spot for an athletic meet on water.

    At the east side of the campus, surrounded by several tall camphor trees, the Kuang-chung Ting (a Chinese-style pavilion) is the most fascinating spot of all.


Art Center

Starting to take shape in its preparatory stage in October, 2000, the Art Center was first made possible with the budget granted from the Ministry of Education. Meanwhile, the TCFSH Teachers¡¦ Association launched a fund-raising campaign aimed at the ¡§promotion of the birth of the Art Center, ¡¨ which pooled the funds needed for the first-period construction of the exhibition rooms. The grand opening followed shortly afterwards. The very first exhibition, ART IN TCFSH, took place on September 21st, 2001.

The second-period construction included the completion of the Center Office, the Conference Room, the Audiovisual Seminar Room, the Collection Room, the Tea Lounge and other relevant outdoor indexical systems. These, in turn, function perfectly well side by side with the facilities established in the first-period construction. The large space of some 1,000 square meters in the basement of the Li-tze Building, incorporated with the delicate and innovative equipments, offers excellent locations for art education and immersion to the staff and students as well as the residents of the community.

Classes of Fine Arts

The first class of fine arts was set up in 1996. Since then, thirty freshmen have been admitted every year, including boys and girls. Serving as the foundation stone of advanced research, the classes of fine arts were established for several purposes, inclusive of the extension of the education of the art-gifted in junior high school, the accumulation of professional knowledge in fine arts and the development of creative thinking, observation, emotional expression and the capacity to appreciate works of art.

These classes are based on the 5th, 6th, and 7th floor of the Li-tze Building, with 18 functional classrooms. Among them, three classrooms are for lectures, while the others are for sketching drawing, watercolor painting, Chinese painting, design, graphic arts, cubistic design, multi-media and evaluation. There are also a small library, a collection room, exhibition rooms, etc. The teaching staff of these classes is competent. Over the past few years, these students¡¦ performances on the college entrance exams have been gorgeous, thus rendering this school the most outstanding institution for the education of the art-talented in central Taiwan.

Temples of the Muses --- the First and Second Gallery

The two galleries feature around 825 square meters, spacious enough to accommodate exhibitions or performances of various types. In addition, the galleries are also available to community groups holding cultural or artistic events.

Extension of Education Facilities

Audiovisual Seminar Room

Encompassing about 165 square meters and a total capacity of up to 80 persons, the room is equipped with advanced audiovisual aids, providing a most ideal and congenial environment for audiovisual instruction and discussion.

Tea Lounge

With a north-south layout, the lounge is furnished with the most crude, pristine materials like stone, wood and water, instead of extravagant and flimsy materials. Brightened up by sunlight, it creates a perfect ambience for the leisurely, stress-free comfort of teatime.

Multi-functional Space Arrangement

Administration Space --- Staff Office, Conference Room and Collection Room

The staff office governs the administrative operation of Art Center. The conference room serves as a venue for artistic interchanges. The collection room provides a suitable site for the collection and research of artifacts.

Emblem of the TCFSH Art Center

Standing on the left corner of the garden is an eye-catching sculpture. Clearly in view from afar, it adds to the beauty of the panorama of the entire center. Engraved on the top of the monument is the TCFSH logotype, which signifies the implication of cultural cultivation and the upgrading of humanistic standard of the vicinal neighborhood.


Address   : No. 2, Yucai Street
North District, Taichung City 404
Taiwan, Republic of China
Telephone : (04)22226081