STEM education

The STEM curriculum of our school cultivates students' scientific thinking, constructs knowledge of STEM-related subjects, cultivates creativity, and combines cross-curriculum subjects to help students think about the future and plan their lives. 


School-based Forensic Science Course: Cultivate Scientific Thinking, Experience Science

The school-based Forensic Science Course is a problem-solving process of "Problem-Based Learning", which allows students to conduct investigations in simulated cases and cultivate students' scientific thinking and scientific investigation ability. The problem-solving process of simulated cases is an example of scientific application. It covers interdisciplinary knowledge and skills. Students conduct situational learning at different levels, which helps students build knowledge and skills in STEM-related discipline.


School-based AI + Financial Quantitative Trading Course: Combining Interdisciplinary Learning to Plan Your Life

AI+ Finance Course allows students to understand the actual operation of the financial market, letting students understand the interaction between business finance, economics, mathematics and information technology in interdisciplinary topics. Therefore, enhancing students' understanding of related industries, and helping them think about their future and plan their lives.


School-based Maker Education Course: Do What You Learn, Give Back to Society

The project design concept is derived from the award-winning STEM works of our students in recent years. We curriculize these excellent STEM works to make them a unique Maker Education Course. Some maker works (such as 3D printing works designed by students) have been transferred to some social welfare organizations, which helps students to develop a positive attitude about our society.  


STEM Team: Innovation and Technology Education

Students in our STEM team actively participate in various community-related activities and innovation competitions in which they take the opportunity to care for the community. Students start with choosing a social issue and do research before putting it into practice.  

Our STEM team won the gold award in "Youth Impact Award 2.0” (Parkinson's Disease Symptoms Rapid Tester). Some social welfare organizations and universities have cooperated with us to expand the use of our innovations. This innovation helps detect early symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease in which patients can receive early treatment and more elderly people can benefit from it.  


Recent community works of our STEM Team 


Volunteering in STEM DAY in primary school



Teaching primary students fingerprinting, workshop materials designed by our students 



Parkinson's Disease Symptoms Rapid Tester helps find out possible patients, designed by our STEM TEAM