Hansung Science High School

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Hansung Science High School
279-79 Tongil-ro, Seodaemun-gu
 South Korea
Type Public
Motto Creativity
Established 1992
Principal Kim Seon-joo[1]
Faculty 68
Number of students 365
Hansung Science High School
Hangul 한성과학고등학교
Hanja 漢城科學高等學校
Revised Romanization Hanseong Gwahak Godeung Hakgyo
McCune–Reischauer Hansŏng Kwahak Kodŭng Hakkyo

Hansung Science High School (한성과학고등학교, or simply 한성과학고 or 한성과고) is a high school (ages 15–18) in Seoul, Korea. It was opened in 1992 and selects its students from the top 3% of middle school graduates[citation needed]. Currently it holds 356 students (253 boys and 103 girls) with 56 teachers. It is located near Dongnimmun station which is served by Seoul Subway Line 3 (Orange Line). The school is for gifted students with talents in mathematics and sciences.

The graduates of the school usually go to engineering schools in Seoul National University, KAIST, Postech, and other prestigious universities in Korea and the world, and also medical schools in Korea.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "인사말". Retrieved 5 November 2015. 

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Coordinates: 37°34′32″N 126°57′09″E / 37.57556°N 126.95250°E / 37.57556; 126.95250