The Hsi Lai Temple TAG School nurtures the next generation by helping them develop mindfulness and practice the Three Acts of Goodness
(Do good deeds, Speak good words, and Think good thoughts).

2023 TAG School Spring Semester Closing Ceremony

2023 Spring Term Activities Recap Video

Hsi Lai Temple TAG School 

2023 Fall Dates (In-person):

(Sundays, 10 classes)

SEP: 24 (Opening Ceremony & Enrollment Completion)

OCT: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

NOV: 5, 12, 19 (11/26 No Class)

DEC: 3, 10, 17 (Closing Ceremony)

Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 noon

Venue: Hsi Lai Center (map and address)

Open Donation: We welcome your kind donation to cover the 10 classes which include snacks, facility use, materials, and general overhead. Please kindly bring your donation to the 9/24 Opening Ceremony. 

Preschool Class and Kids Class

TAG School for Preschool and Kids is
a safe haven for our children that fosters
a supportive learning environment.

At TAG School, children will:

• Develop self-awareness in each moment

• Plant seeds of goodness through every interaction

• Build confidence and social skills

• Practice meditation and deep breathing exercises

• Participate in arts and performances

• Listen to stories and learn to share stories

• And thrive in many other activities!

Junior Class and Youth Class

TAG School for Juniors and Youths is a safe haven for our children and fosters a supportive learning environment.

The Youth and Junior Classes refine core values such as generosity, morality, and patience that students will carry with them throughout their lives. The program presents the Dharma as a guide which can help them navigate through tough times.

In addition to emotional development, the program also guides students in developing their public speaking, leadership, confidence, teamwork, and decision-making skills. With engaged teachers and a positive environment, the TAG School is a place where youths can learn more about how the Dharma can build a lasting foundation that will support them for a lifetime.

Parent Class

We want to invite you to a new class we are starting—for parents and guardians!

The Three Acts of Goodness School nurtures children in developing the skills to succeed in life, but learning is not limited to the classroom. Time at home far exceeds any classes they attend.

This class for parents and guardians will help families practice the Three Acts of Goodness together at home and foster a positive environment for child development.

The class will involve parenting, Dharma, and community service, with plenty of opportunities for group discussion and sharing.

This course will introduce new skills and ideas to enhance your child's education and development outside of the classroom environment.

The Founding Master of Fo Guang Shan Monastery, Venerable Master Hsing Yun, prioritized education in his diverse approach to propagating the Dharma, especially emphasizing children's education. The first social educational institution that Venerable Master Hsing Yun founded was the Tzu Ai Kindergarten in Yilan, Taiwan in 1956.