Our school encourages students to enjoy club activities, enrich their lives during leisure time, develop leadership skills and independence, follow a moral code, and dedicate themselves to service.
We classify our student clubs into four kinds:
1. Art clubs:
They are the most lively and diverse of all students' clubs in the school. Students can develop new talents at student clubs, such as the drama club, dance club, calligraphy club, among others. Everyone participates in activities and learns some skills according to his or her own interests. Learning is very important for everybody, especially for young people.
These clubs advocate social service. They are well attended by the student body. During winter and summer vacation, the members of these clubs often hold activities at junior high schools and elementary schools in southern Taiwan . These activities are very popular and highly acclaimed. If some students want to apply to form a new club, There is one leader and several assistants in every student club. The leader is in charge of the affairs of the club, is responsible for its members, and represents the club. The tenure of club leader is one year. According to school regulations, any activity that a student club wants to hold requires the submission of an application in advance. 3. Academic Associations:
The goal is to discuss cultural issues through research with academic content. Each association probes i ndependently into a wider academic culture in the related fields. With the guidance of the instructors, learning curricula are devised based on individual interests. Through holding various activities in the associations, learning in the programs becomes diverse and colorful.Academic associations provide students with another academic research field in addition to the regular curricula. 4. Musical Associations:
The goal is to develop musical talents and learn musical skills. Each association probes independently into broad musical interest in the related fields. With the guidance of the instructors, learning curricula are devised based on individual interests. Through holding various activities in the associations, learning in the programs becomes interesting and colorful. Attending musical associations provides students in the Music Education Department with an opportunity to experience the glamour of music by holding activities, and for non-music-education majors, the associations offer a wonderful chance to learn musical skills and create a second professional specialty.