QuarkNet-TW started in 2006. While we have worked with both high school and university students, most participants have been university students. We have prepared full usage of raspberry pi and python programs. (Using the QuarkNet detector is included in the senior course "Experiment for Modern Physics" by the Physics Department of National Cheng Kung University.) However, we are moving QuarkNet-TW to the Taipei Astronomical Museum (TAM) which is more practical for high school students. In addition to uploading data to e-Lab, students can analyze and view their data in real time. Extensions to astronomy become possible at TAM, and interested students can do some hands-on experiments related to electrical engineering.