INTRODUCTION TO New Taipei Municipal Jia Lin Junior High School
1. School Profile
1. School Objective:
Avant-garde, outstanding, caring and innovative.
2. Education Philosophy
Tender、 persistent and never give up.
Assured and confident to create value.
3. Education Ideology
Run a “breathable” healthy school with green building.
Establish a humanized barrier-free campus environment.
Manage applications on technological teaching facilities.
Establish partnership in efficiency collaboration.
4. School History
In response to the inflow of mass population due to the development project of new Linkou township and alleviate junior high school student overpopulation of the Linkou area, establishment of our school is in dire need. During the early period of the school, Principal of Linkou Junior High School has also served as the Director for Planning and Principal
Hsien-Tong has acquired campus ground within period of duty on May 15th of 1990. On April 12th of 2001, Principal Wen-Yu Huang has completed school name ratification. On May 11th of 2005, initial planning for new campus premise was completed by Principal Jing-Hsiung Hsu.
On August 1st 2008, Principal Pei-Ning Lee was selected by the Taipei County Government as the first principal of Taipei County Jia-Lin Junior High School. On October 2nd of 2008, ratification on demands for adding new campus premise to Taipei County Jia-Lin Junior High School was approved and after open appraisal on November 28th of 2008, Mr. Wei-Jyh Hsu was chosen as the architect for campus premise planning and various affairs related to campus planning.
Since February 11th 2009, series of measurements (including inspection) was completed. Drilling was completed on November 3rd, 2009. On May 21st 2009, site planning has passed inspection. On June 24th 2009, use of State-owned land (555m²) was completed.
佳林國中設校首年與佳林國小、龍埔國小、新市國小等三所新設校洽借大觀國中合署辦公，吸收眾人智慧，規劃校舍。後為深入了解林口文化，於98年8月1日遷 回崇林國中辦公。98年9月11日，基本設計核定通過。98年9月23日，完成私有地（6m²）價購。98年12月取得建築執照並完成工程決標。99年佳 林國中全面進入工程學習年，預定100年5月竣工，8月順利招生。
In its first year, the Taipei County Jia-Lin Junior High School has joined with the newly-established Jia-Lin Elementary School, Long-Pu Elementary School, and Sinshih Elementary School in borrowing spaces from Da-Guan Junior High School for processing school-related affairs as well as to gain more understanding and insights to planning and building campus premise. In attempt to further understand Linkou culture, Taipei County Jia-Lin Junior High School has moved its office to Taipei County Chung-Lin Junior High School on August 1st, 2009. On September 11th 2009, basic designs has passed inspection and on September 23rd 2009, purchase of private-owned lands (6m²) was completed. Building permit was acquired in December of 2009 with completion in final bidding for construction. In 2010, Taipei County Jia-Lin Junior High School will fully engage in construction
learning year with expected construction completion in May of 2011 and successful student recruitment in August of the same year.
5. Current School Organization Structure
(1) Principal: Hsieh Chieh-chen
(2) Director of Educational Affairs: Hsieh, Miao-Huan
(3) Director Of Student Affairs: Syu,Jhen-Wei
(4) Director of General Affairs: Zhang, Wan-Yi
(5) Director Of Counseling: Chen,Jia-Yun
(6) Number of classes: 26
(7) Number of students: 676
(8) Number of teaching staffs: 98
2. About Our School Premise
1. Contents of Construction:
(1) Five teaching buildings, with one underground floor and four above ground floors. (forty general classrooms, twenty-four classrooms for various academic subjects including one library resource center and multi-function teaching space, fourteen administrative space), one 200m sport arena. Building constructed with RC mat foundation.
Site area 35,000 sq.m., building coverage area 7,086.36sq.m., total floor area 24,930.49sq.m.
(2) Construction interval:
1. Date of construction: March 2010
2. Expected date to acquire usage license: July 2011
3. Expected date for student recruitment: September 2011
2. Construction Team
(1) Planning and design supervision: KHL Architects
(2) Architecture and landscape construction: Long Fong Construction Ltd.
(3) Hydro-electro and A/C installation: King Polytechnic Engineering Co. Ltd.
3. Amount of Reimbursements by County Government Total campus construction fee: NT$527,000,000
(1) Entrusted fees for planning and design supervision NT$ 19,118,021
(2) Architecture and landscape construction fee NT $403,391,258
(3) Hydro-electro and A/C installation fee NT $71,698,742
4. Benefits of Construction
Protect student rights to education and achieve a balanced school district distribution.
98 林建字第 519 號
5. Architecture License Number
98 Construction Category No.519
3. Architectural Feature （一）規劃特色 (1) Campus Planning Feature
1. Low-Carbon Campus
Our school will aim to establish a low-carbon campus and incorporate concepts of sustainable campus into planning with campus design and planning matching 9 major indicators of green building. Direction of campus front and rear will point towards the direction of North and South, green rooftop and vertical green fence will also serve as one of campus landscape feature.
2. District Feature
Integrate unique features of the Linkou area, plan growth ring arcade
and tea tree fence, incorporate lesson and teaching planning and create a campus teaching environment with rich local humanity characteristic.
3. Approachable Fencing
Replace traditional exterior wall with approachable fencing and 1m setback while simultaneously preserving space for student pick-up u-turns; provide local residents with friendly urban space to break the rigid image of traditional campus barrier by merging the art of landscape for a friendly and open urban space.
4. Homeland Image
Preserve existing well and red bricks, allocate existing campus trees to establish a LOHAS campus.
5. Communal Participation
Promote active communal participation, combine teaching space and communal participation streamline (including access and management to library, parking lot and space for activities and sports) with concepts in technology and management, provide community residents with leisure space for arts, recreation and sports as well as to convenient management by the school.
6. Friendly Campus
Promote friendly campus space, provide elevator and parking space for the disabled, leave space for the disabled in the classroom with stairs, substitute stairs with slow-rising slops to establish a friendly and “barrier-free” campus space.
7. Creative Campus
7.Campus building is essentially the best place for learning. The combination of geometric mathematical window lattice, orientation pattern design, astrological ceiling design, non-edge water pool and clean energy planning will provide a brand new campus space both educational and creative. （二）立面設計構想
做為對比呼應。 (2) Ideas for Façade Design
This project will attempt to combine red bricks with kiln image arcade to display local characteristics. Whitish-grey ceramic wall tile will complement campus buildings in hope to present a dignified and majestic architectural image in addition to serve as an echo to the brick red kiln image arcade. （三）使用分區構想
建校舍結合成一體，提供安靜的的教學區。 (3) Ideas for Zoning
1. Ecological Teaching Zone
Existing trees of the site are preserved in addition to introducing plants with special meanings, combine the newly-build campus buildings and green landscape into one to provide a quiet teaching zone.
2. Efficient Administrative Area
Administrative area will be allocated beside main campus circulation and at campus entrance hub with good service, easy management and convenient circulation.
3. Accessible Zone for Activity
Combination of life-oriented activity space with eco-efficient school square located at school entrance for easy access by students and community residents in addition to easy management.
4. Scenery Buffer
Dynamic and static buffer will be applied to divide outdoor space, atrium scenery and service route in addition to allocating the aforementioned space to intermediary space beside main circulation for convenience and function.
5. Multi-Purpose Teaching Area
Including various multi-function outdoor spaces such as: Teaching Square, Learning Corridor, Culture Corridor, Art Corridor, Performance Theater and areas for diverse teaching materials.