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Brief school history


 On August 1, 1983, the Taipei municipal government established the Nei-Hu Vocational High School in order to develop high technology industrials and to meet the increasing demands of industrial automation. Mr. Wu Tsang-Yang, the appointed School Director, coordinated the construction projects, the academic curriculums , and the necessary equipment prior to the opening of the school. In addition, Mr. Wu consulted with many prestigious academics regarding the school architecture, curriculums, and the equipment for the various workshops.


   In July 1986, the Nei-Hu Vocational High School officially opened and enrollment commenced. The school offered a total of three grades, with eighteen classes in each grade. These eighteen classes are further allocated into five different departments:Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Sciences, Control Engineering, and Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.