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Tech Cube

Establishing Taipei American School as the premier center for K-12 STEAM excellence in all of Asia.

Thanks to your generous support we are making great progress on the Tech Cube.

Read more about The Tech Cube in Dr. Hennessy's Fall 2016 Window Article.

Taipei American School continually strives for excellence. Just a few years ago, gifts from generous donors allowed us to start the Robotics and Scientific Research programs in the upper school. The program quickly grew and now, over 42% of our upper school students elect to take additional robotics, scientific research, and computer science courses. The interest does not stop there. Our elementary age learners are programming simple machines in KA, blending arts and science with the use of 3D printers in Grade 5, and creatively engineering prosthetic hand prototypes as they move into middle school. Simply put, student appetite and aptitude in STEAM calls for new, dedicated learning space for each division. This high-level blending of disciplines and use of design thinking is at the heart of the Tech Cube.

Inspired by MIT’s facility, the Tech Cube provides the canvas for 21st century learning that will give TAS students the necessary skills and experience they need to make a real difference in the world. The 4,380 square meters of usable space provides unique opportunities for all of our students. For example, upper school students will learn in an electrical engineering lab and design in a fabrication hub on the upper school floors. Highly advanced equipment, currently not found in any other high school lab in the world, will be available to our students. The middle school floor houses a VEX arena and robotic design lab, as well as vast open areas for art and innovation. Floor one, dedicated to lower school students, is designed to include “tinker and maker” spaces as well as an amphitheater. These are just a few of the exciting spaces that will be available when the Tech Cube opens.

Being true to our mission for students “to be prepared to adapt and succeed anywhere in a rapidly changing world,” the Tech Cube is scheduled for completion in December 2018. It truly is an exciting time to be at TAS as we open doors and minds with this state-of-the-art facility.

Naming Opportunities give the School the opportunity to thank you for your generous support. These gifts may be paid out over three years. Thank you for your interest in these major gift level contributions. For more information, please contact the development office at development@tas.edu.tw or 2873-9900 ext. 333.

Naming Opportunities

Floor Naming - NT$3,000,000

Lower School NAMED
Middle School NAMED
Upper School NAMED
Upper School NAMED
Upper School NAMED

Room Naming - NT$2,000,000

First Floor
Lower School Amphitheater NAMED
Lower School Slide NAMED
Lower School Gallery NAMED

Second Floor
Middle School Vex Arena & Robotics Design Lab NAMED

Third Floor
Upper School Electronic Engineering Lab NAMED
Upper School Idea Lounge NAMED
Upper School High Performance Computer Lab NAMED
Upper School Tech Cube ClassroomNAMED

Fourth Floor
Upper School Fabrication Hub NAMED

Foundation Donors

Foundation Donors
(gift made in the 2017-18 school year)

Tech Cube Renderings


Frequently Asked Questions


The Tech Cube is located between the lower and upper fields. Upper school students will access the Tech Cube from the sky bridge that connects to B Block. Lower and middle school students will access the Tech Cube from the ground floor. Large columns raise the base of the Tech Cube off the ground to provide ease of traffic flow between the two fields, as well as access to the ground floor of the Tech Cube.


Completion of the Tech Cube is expected in December 2018.


The Tech Cube will house 4,380 square meters of space, spread out over six floors.


The Tech Cube is scheduled to be built directly between the lower and upper fields, and when complete, will not take up any field space. During construction, approximately 7% of the upper field will not be available for use, but this is only during the construction phase.


Since tuition covers the daily operations of the School, to enhance the educational experience and expedite the strategic plan, we rely on the generosity of our community. Gifts to Building Excellence provided necessary funding for the Tech Cube. A lead donation kicked off this project, and several major gifts have helped us make great progress toward our goal.