PowerSchool

PowerSchool, our web-based Student Information System (SIS), offers many functions for parents. If you have not logged-in, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible.

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TigerNet

Parent, Student, Faculty/Staff, or Alumni, stay connected with our community. Access school communications, news, calendars, and information that’s just for you. For more information, contact webmaster@tas.edu.tw

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Athletics Philosophy

The fundamental principal for competitive athletics at TAS is serving the education of the student. Athletics promotes and supplements the regular curricular program at school. Our concern is the personal development of each athlete, and even though winning is important, the coach’s primary interest is the athletes personal growth and emotional stability. With this in mind, each coach should make every attempt to instill in our athletes the following attitudes:

  1. the competitive urge to excel
  2. the commitment to be the best that they can be
  3. the acceptance of officials’ decisions without argument
  4. an understanding of their sport
  5. the love and respect for their sport
  6. a high sense of honor, duty and ethical character that is necessary for team play
  7. the knowledge that participation is its own reward, and the special privileges for participants are not to be expected or condoned
  8. a cooperative spirit
  9. a sense of representing their community