Tangshan NO.1 high school
|Tangshan No.1 High School
|369 Xiangyun St., Lubei District
|Motto||Rigor, Love, Diligence and Simple|
|Principal||Liu Changsuo (刘长锁)|
|Number of students||c. 2300|
|Song||Song of Tangshan No.1 High School|
Tangshan No.1 High School (Chinese: 唐山市第一中学, pinyin: Tángshān shì dìyī zhōngxué), commonly abbreviated as Tangshan Yizhong (Chinese: 唐山一中), is a highly prestigious public in Hebei province, China. It was established in 1902 by the Yong Ping Government (Tangshan Government) during the Qing Dynasty, known as the Yong Ping Zhongli High School.
Late Qing Dynasty period
The calligraphic title Tangshan Yizhong (唐山一中, literally Tangshan No.1 High School ) was inscribed by Fei Xiaotong.
The school emblem features the old school gate built in 1902.
The school motto is "rigor, love, diligence and simplicity"(严、爱、勤、朴).
The school anthem is Song of Tangshan No.1 High School (唐山一中校歌).
There are several buildings on campus in which the children are taught.
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