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College Preparatory

The College Preparatory Program is available to students interested in applying to Top 100-ranked colleges in the US. College Prep students take additional classes their 10th and 11th grade years and enter a college preparation program under the direction of Taiwan Adventist International School counselors.

College Preparation Counseling

Taiwan Adventist International School will assign counselors to each College Prep student to assist them in preparing their college applications:

  1. We will analyze the student's academic and extracurricular accomplishments and identify areas where it will make a difference.
  2. We will identify a list of schools to apply to and seek to help raise the chances for admission to each.
  3. We will map out a strategy that includes academic course selection, standardized test taking strategies, and effective extracurricular activities.
  4. We will provide selection, timing, and target strategies for SAT I, II.
  5. We will follow-up on submitted applications to ensure completion they receive the proper attention that they deserve, including but not limited to : completion in an accurate and time, fashion, and asurance that they are received by the appropriate admissions department.

Course of Study

Top-tier four-year colleges require students to complete additional college preparatory courses while in high school. In addition to regular high school graduation requirements, College Prep students will usually take some of the following additional courses:

  1 year of advanced math (Calculus, Trigonometry)

 1 year of science (Chemistry II, Biology II)

 1 year of English (Advanced Writing, Creative Writing)

 1 year of foreign language

 1 year of social studies

* A TAIS student must receive at least credits from Griggs for a Standard diploma and at least 6 credits for the College Prep.

 

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