Tzu Chi High School Group

2020-2021 Registration Opened for TCNW High School Group

Dear Tzu Chi friends,

Happy holidays!

This is a reminder that the application for Tzu Chi High School group (TCHS) 2020 - 2021 is now opened through April 28, 2020.  All the new students should submit their applications through the following link:

Please note that this does not guarantee your enrollment. Instead, you'll be placed on our waiting list. Further details will be emailed to you when the registration begins in a few weeks.  If you need to update any contact information, please submit a new application through the link or notify TCHS asap.  

TCHS email:

TCHS voicemail: (408) 471-6898  

With gratitude,  

TCHS Admin. Team

  1. Please do not send your registration fee to Tzu Chi yet. All new parents are requested to attend the "New Parent Orientation" from 2 PM to 4 PM on Apr. 28, 2019 to sign the registration paper and pay the fee. An invitation will be emailed before 4/25/2019. If you do not hear from us by that time, please feel free to contact us.
  2. The registration fee and late fee is not refundable after the first class. Please contact TCHS whenever special attention is needed.
  • ALL students (new or returning) interested in joining TCHS from Sep. 2019 to May 2020 MUST fill and submit this application form online.
  • Please note that submitting this form does not guarantee your enrollment. Instead, you'll be placed on our waiting list. Be sure to update your contact information by submitting a new application or notify TCHS should there be any change.
  • Please refer to and for more details.

High School Group

(1) Spiritual Class

(2) Activity Class

(3) Community Service

(4) Newsletter Release

The high school group consists of high school students from ninth to twelfth grades. Students have grown from 80 to 160 youngsters. Half of the group's activities concentrate on community services while the other half take place in the classroom. Besides participating in Tzu Chi's breakfast sharing and nursing home visits, students also actively work at a Food Bank and engage in other activities at Ulistac Nature Area. Monthly classroom activities include introduction to Tzu Chi services and Still Thoughts education.

With their emphasis on community services, these activities provide a good way to lead the youth to the world of Tzu Chi. A one-day retreat, usually held during the summer vacation, helps to further develop the group's work. In the future, they hope to increase nursing home visits and attract more college students to volunteer, in order to energize the high school group.

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