The Primacy Collegiate Academy (TPCA) Taipei
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About The Primacy Collegiate Academy (TPCA)


The Primacy Collegiate Academy was formed in 2012 because we believe in the value of a ‘student outcomes’ focused approach to operating a school.

Many education companies are profit driven and measure success by investment money raised and they put out press statements on how their brand is expanding.  But what about the students?

The Primacy Education Group measures success by supporting students in their mental, physical, spiritual and emotional growth. Our success is measured when Primacy graduates succeed in university studies and a quality life of service well beyond.

We do provide education management and consulting services to our global clients and we did form out of the 2nd largest private education network in the world. But I cannot stress enough that our focus is on support for our students and partnering with parents to achieve their goals.

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American

Primary Language

English

Ages

14 to 18

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Unknown

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Michael Berglund, a year ago


Primacy is about fulfilling our mission of developing students who care for others, develop wisdom, live healthfully and Know God. What more can you ask for?

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Joanne Chen, a year ago


This school demonstrates that good academics and a compassionate environment are compatible.

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Bob Loblaw's law blog, a year ago


Good environment, small school allows for a more relaxed atmosphere. Some of the teachers could do better instead of relying on books to do their work for them, and AP options are definitely limited. Otherwise, not bad.

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Nathan Jacob, 2 years ago


No good STEM program, not recommended for any students who are interested in going to college for pre-med. No good teachers to teach programming (a lot of teachers rely on Google). The teachers use online courses to make up for lack of teaching skills. Students don't have access to good college counselors. There's no basketball courts (students have to use parks). CEO actually tried to flame a student because of a perfectly valid opinion. Would not recommend. If I could give a lower rating, I would give 0 stars.

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Carol Hou, 2 years ago


The school is very shady with its acceptance page. For example, when a student was only waitlisted to an Ivy League, it says "Accepted". Ivy League not named because there are multiple instances of it. There is no evidence that anyone actually got into Harvard. The Flex Academy is just for people to take online courses to fulfill a credit, students do not actually get to "flex" about anything. 0/5 stars, except that Google Reviews forces you to do 1 star. Don't send your kids to school here.

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