Why Study at Karl?
Most experts in any given field often times begin sharpening their skill at an early age. We care about the future of your children, and that is why we would like to start preparing them for the constantly changing future by strengthening their ability to solve problems independently and equip them will the skills needed to adapt. We offer two specialization, namely Computer Science Specialization and Foreign Languages Specialization.
All of our students will have great English language skills by the time they graduate, but we also have two pathways of specialization they can take:
- Foreign Languages Specialty
- Computer Science Specialty
No matter what pathway a student chooses, our curriculum has been developed to allow them to continue further studies at international universities or get into the top local universities here in Taiwan.
In addition, all students will be challenged and have an opportunity to find their passion with a mix of exploratory activities such as Drone Operation, Equestrianism, Soccer and climbing.
Foreign Languages Specialization
Students in this path will be able to learn more advanced English as well as other foreign languages (such as Spanish) to further support their ability to study and work internationally. Students will have access to more than 10 classes of English class, plus at least 4 periods of IT classes. So that students can sharpen their language ability while at the same time learn the basic language of programming.
Computer Science Specialization
Students here will gain advanced knowledge in programming including Python as a foundation for AI, giving them a head start on this growing trend and open up many international career opportunities. Where as public schools only offer 1 hour of IT class per week, we offer our students more than 4 hours each week. Together with our Math with IT class that accounts for 10 hours each week on IT classes. Practical application and abundant resources make our students more capable than IT college graduates. Due to the complexity of the vocabularies involved, some IT classes are taught in Chinese to ensure students' understanding.
Within this specialization, the improvement of languages is also important. Classes are taught in a bilingual environment, allowing students to thrive in an English environment and have at least 4 periods of English per week.