Fuzhou No.1 Middle School

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Fuzhou No. 1 High School
福州第一中学
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Location
Fuzhou, Fujian, 350011, People's Republic of China
Information
School type Public
Established 1817
President Li Xun
Grades 3
Gender mix
Age 15 to 18
Enrollment 2100
Classes 48
Average class size 50
Language Chinese
Classrooms 48
Campus type urban
Houses 5 school houses
Newspaper Tuo Feng
Website

Fuzhou No. 1 High School was established in 1817, during the Qing Dynasty, with the name of Fengchi Academies. Throughout its history, the school has been called Quanmin Xuetang, High School of Fujian, and No. 1 Middle School of Fujian.

Campus[edit]

Notable student organizations[edit]

  • Japanese Language Circle: The first circle founded by students since the school moved to the current campus.
  • Muyan Drama Club: The club with the longest history in the school.
  • San Mu Choir: The mixed voice choir founded in 2008 won the Silver Diploma-Level VIII in the 6th World Choir Games in 2010.
  • Chemistry Club: A club founded in October 2013, aiming to provide the students who love chemistry a platform to study and exchange ideas together, to develop their scientific spirit of rigorous thought and ability of experimental inquiry, and to strengthen their interest in chemistry and their confidence to know and to learn chemistry.

Famous alumni[edit]

Affiliated Schools[edit]

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