The purpose of this research is to understand senior high school students' concept of good death. This research uses senior high school students in Taipei as population and takes 1082 stratified random samples by Cross-Sectional Survey Design to do the Good Death Concept Scale Questionnaire which is designed by the researcher and has been through the validity and reliability test. The results reveal that the subjects’ concept of good death are 28 items which are extracted into three categories after factor analysis: personal control, physical condition and closure which has obtained the highest score. Participants' concepts of good death are varied, and among different research objects' concepts are homogeneity and heterogeneity. Finally, this research provides references and suggestions for the current curriculum outline of optional courses in life education category for senior high schools.