Counselors' Office


If a child lives with encouragement, he learns to be confident.
If a child lives with tolerance, he learns to be patient.
If a child lives with praise, he learns to be appreciative.
If a child lives with acceptance, he learns to love.
If a child lives with approval, he learns to like himself.
If a child lives with sharing, he learns about generosity.
If a child lives with honesty and fairness, he learns what truth and justice are.
If a child lives with security, he learns to have faith in himself and in those about him.
If a child lives with friendliness, he learns that the world is a nice place in which to live.
If you live with serenity, your child will live with peace of mind. With what is your child living?

If a child lives with recognition, he learns that it is good to have a goal.

  1. Implementation Goals
    • Enhancing teachers and staff members' professional counseling techniques and build a friendly campus for the students
    • Enhancing the capacity of counseling and consultation for students, and advance the quality in counseling them
    • Integrating the resources for counseling at schools and in communities, and establish the network for school counseling
    • Assisting students to develop according to their aptitudes, and foster students’ sound and healthy personalities
  2. Services
    • Career development
    • Consultative services
    • Life education
    • Gender equality
    • Special education
    • Psychological testing
    • Family education
    • Guidance knowledge
  3. Duties of the counseling group
    • Executing counseling services to students
    • Establishing the list of care and priority guidance for students
    • Affirming adoption guidance program and implementing the helper programs for teachers
    • Conducting case studies and small-group tutoring
    • Conducting the education on human rights and rule of law, as well as advocating character-building
    • Conducting and advocating the activities of the education on gender equality
    • Conducting and advocating the activities of life education
    • Offering lectures on enrollment of the schools at the next level, and explaining multi-track school admissions
    • Offering seminars on university admission selection
    • Offering mock interviews for university admission selection
    • Offering seminars on teachers’ knowledge and capacity of counseling
    • Offering seminars on parenting activities and on the knowledge and capacity of counseling
  4. Duties of the data group
    • Promoting the education of career development
    • Conducting career exploration courses and activities
    • Assisting students with career archive management
    • Establishing and managing student database
    • Managing various databases in the counseling office
    • Offering lectures on admission into higher-level schools and related activities
    • Collecting and providing information on multi-track admissions
    • Administering psychological testing and establishing database of testing results
    • Taking care of other temporary matters
  5. Duties of the special education group
    • Manage special education programs and activities
    • Conducting the assessment of special education students
    • Managing the transitioning and placement of special education students
    • Planning and implementing the individualized education for special education students
    • Working with gifted students on shortening school years
    • Counseling special education students and consultation on career advancement
    • Offering special education seminars on the knowledge and capacity of counseling
    • Providing special education to students and teachers, and providing careers advisory services
    • Logging in and filling in data on the network for special education
    • Referring to special education resources and applying for the assistance from touring counseling teachers
    • Tracking and surveying graduated special education students
    • Taking care of other temporary matters