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Chang Jung High School gets new principal

From "Taiwan Church News" <>
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2010 15:51:16 -0800

>      Taiwan Church News

>3027 Edition

>March 1~7, 2010

>Chang Jung High School gets new principal

>Reported by Chen Yi-hsuan

>Written by Lydia Ma

Chang Jung Senior High School, Taiwan’s first high school and  an organization 
affiliated with

PCT, recently celebrated another milestone when it installed a new  principal 
on February 26.

Incoming Principal Wang Chao-ching took over all duties from  outgoing 
Principal Tsai Chung-

hsiung during a formal thanksgiving service attended by many  students, staff, 
PCT pastors,

>and guests.

The new president spoke about his vision for the school during the  ceremony. 
He mentioned

foresight, innovation, and efficiency as the main goals of his  administration 
and said he hoped

staff and students would work together toward creating a united  and happy 
school. Wang is

>also an alumnus of Chang Jung.

President Wang said he wanted to strive toward administrative  efficiency and 
increasing the

rate of successful college applicants within Chang Jung’s  student body. But he 
also believed

the ultimate mission of the school was to educate teens into  becoming 
“god-fearing and

>people-loving” adults.

PCT General Assembly Moderator Leonard Lin gave the message during  the service 

spoke on “Continuing Forward”. Rev. Lin also presided  over the swearing-in 

Incoming Principal Wang will be the school’s 9th principal.

When outgoing Principal Tsai gave his speech, he reflected on the  forty years 
he had served

at Chang Jung and thanked everyone for their support over the  years. He also 
lauded Chang

Jung for being a prestigious high school known for its Christian  heritage, a 
school with good

financial standing, and a school with a solid academic system.


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