Nanshan Elementary School

Attractions along Pyanan Historic Trail

Nanshan Elementary School is located in Nanshan village, at an altitude of almost 1,200 meters. It is an indigenous school with Atayal culture. The predecessor of Nanshan Elementary School was the "Pyanan Indigenous Children's Education Center" during the Japanese occupation period. It was established in May of the 9th year of the Taisho era (1920). In November of the same year it was open for school. In September of the 10th year of the Taisho era (1921), it was changed to "A-type Indigenous Children's Education Center", and the additional school building was completed in December of the same year. In May 1946, it was taken over by the National Government and changed to "Beinan Branch of Siji National School in Taiping Township, Taipei County". In August 1962, it became independent as "Nanshan National School in Datong Township, Yilan County". In August 1968, the nine-year national education was implemented, and the school was renamed "Nanshan National Elementary School". In 1991, the reconstruction of classrooms, dormitories and playgrounds was completed.

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View of Nanashan Elementary School
View of Nanashan Elementary School
View of Nanashan Elementary School