As a private and independent school, I-Shou International School is governed by a Board of Governors whose activities are prescribed by Taiwan law and good practice guidelines set by the Council of International Schools.
Fiduciary responsibility rests with the Board of Governors as they are responsible for the overall stewardship of the School, including establishing the School’s direction and priorities and overseeing its financial and administrative functions. The Board of Governors works closely with the superintendent and principal.
The Board is comprised of 11 members. Board members are selected based on their capability to dedicate time and energy to the school, their representation of school and community stakeholders, and the match between their skills and resources and those needed for effective governance of the School, including expertise in education, facilities development, finance, fundraising, human resources, information technology and law.
The board of governors is chaired by Mr Lin I-Shou.