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Need Info on English Schools In Neihu Area

Postby Ashwin123 » 05 Jun 2012, 15:17

Hi All,

My daughter is 5 years old and we are looking for a good english speaking school near Neihu. Please let me know if you know any of them.

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Re: Need Info on English Schools In Neihu Area

Postby Shaktipalooza » 05 Jun 2012, 18:50

Ashwin123 wrote:Hi All,

My daughter is 5 years old and we are looking for a good english speaking school near Neihu. Please let me know if you know any of them.

Regards
Ashwin


There are plenty of bilingual schools in Neihu/Dazhi area. My two boys (3 & almost 6) have been attending a local Montessori preschool for over a year now, the foreign student population seems to grow every month.

The Dominican School is also in the Dazhi area. Nearest MRT station is Dazhi on the Wenhu line. I believe they are an all english format.

Our oldest will begin attending the Yong'an elementary school this Fall. I had a conversation with one of the staff during an orientation tour. She said they have several foreign students that didn't speak any Chinese when they first arrrived, and they've integrated well.

PM me if you have any questions.
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