Parent-teacher meetings are regularly held to serve as a channel of communication.
Thirty kinds of scholarship provide 3 million dollars each year for outstanding or poor students.
Student teachers can volunteer one-on-one help to students in their free time.
Each class selects a counseling angel to learn how to help the classmates.
The Counselors’ Office analyzes cases professionally, relieves students’ pressure from body and mind, and comforts their emotion.
Because of the diverse ways of college entrance, school arranges lectures and pays visits to universities to guide the students to know their aptitude.
School volunteers actively participate in social service activities of the community.