Akita High School

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Akita High School
秋田県立秋田高等学校
Akita Prefectural Akita High School, 20121115, 002.jpg
Address
1 Tegata aza Nakadai
Akita, Akita Prefecture
Japan
Coordinates 39°44′12″N 140°08′02″E / 39.736584°N 140.133947°E / 39.736584; 140.133947Coordinates: 39°44′12″N 140°08′02″E / 39.736584°N 140.133947°E / 39.736584; 140.133947
Information
Type Prefectural Senior Co-educational
Established September 1. 1873
School code 05101C
Grades 1st-3rd years Senior High School
Gender Mixed
Enrollment 822 (2017)
Color(s) Purple     
Nickname Shuko
Website

Akita High School (秋田県立秋田高等学校, Akita Kenritsu Akita Kōtō Gakkō) is a high school in the city of Akita, Akita Prefecture, Japan.[1] Akita High is the oldest and first high school in the prefecture and one of the earliest pre-World War II middle schools in Japan.

School activities[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Runners-up, Japanese High School Baseball Championship in 1915.

Basketball[edit]

Won Japanese championship in 1936.

Mountaineering[edit]

3-time runners-up, Inter-High School Championships

Judo[edit]

Japanese champions in 1931, runners-up in 1938.

Kendo[edit]

2-time Japanese champions in 1967 and 1968.

Notable alumni[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Akita Jet (6 January 2018). "Akita High School". Retrieved 6 January 2018. 

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