Congratulations to the TAS FRC Robotics team 4253 Raid Zero for taking home silver at the South Pacific Australian Regional competition. This amazing achievement qualifies the team to move on to the World Championships in St Louis. The tournament was comprised of two regional competitions occurring within the same week, marked by exciting and hard fought competition between all involved.
Congratulations to the Research in Physics students for earning gold and silver medals at the Taiwan Young Physics Tournament at National Taiwan Normal University.
Taipei American School's RoboCup team of took first place at the Taiwan RoboCup Junior Open in Tainan, Taiwan. Their robotic performance showcased their improvisational drum robot that reads user instructions on a drum-pad and their interactive art display that evolves based on the music it hears.
Congratulations to the TAS Team for advancing over defending world champions to earn a spot in the Elite 8 in the International Public Policy Forum in New York City! The forum is one of the most competitive and prestigious debate competitions in the world.
On March 18, the TAS Girl Up Club hosted a day-long Leadership Summit. Over 60 participants attended the summit, including faculty and students from the Middle and Upper Schools. The club's President Janice Y. '18 and Vice President Niralee S. '18 were inspired to organize this conference after attending Girl Up's official Leadership Summit hosted in Washington, D.C.