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Grading and Ranking

For content courses, grading involves both 40% of teacher evaluation based on assignments, quizzes and attendance plus objective assessment of three monthly exams, each of which accounts for 20% of the score. Thus, a final score is computed with the operation: 20% (Monthly exam) x 3 + 40% (teacher evaluation).

For other courses such as music, art and military education, grading is mostly based on teacher evaluation of quizzes, performance or works.

  • A 80–100 4
  • B 70–79 3
  • C 60–69 2
  • F Below 60 1
  • F Failure to get the credit 0


School policy eliminated class rank more than ten years ago.

Grade Point Average (GPA) Calculation

GPA is computed using the decimal points. Beginning with grade ten, all subjects, whether passed or failed, are included in the computation. A minimum of 160 credits is required for graduation.

Grades are recorded on the transcript and GPA is computed in late January or early February and June.

Class of 2020

There will be 729 graduates in the Class of 2020, including one science class of 29 students, one math and science gifted class of 32 students and one language-gifted class of 19 students. The students admitted to TNFSH fall within the range of 93~99 percentile of the high school entrance exam in Taiwan.

Post High School Placement for the class of 2019
  • 96% matriculated to 4-year colleges.
  • 4% selected work, military service or to retake the college entrance exams the next year.