Tokyo High School

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This article is about an existing school. Another school of the same name became part of Tokyo University in 1949.
Tokyo High School
Ōmori, Tokyo
Type high school
Established 1872
Number of students co-educational in 1971
Affiliation independent

Tokyo High School (東京高等学校 Tōkyō Kōtōgakkō) is an independent high school in Ōta, Tokyo, Japan. It was founded in 1872 in what is now Ueno district of Taitō under the name Ueno-juku. It moved to its present location in Ōmori, Ōta in 1934, and assumed its present name in 1954 (a former "Tokyo High School" having become part of Tokyo University). It became co-educational in 1971.

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Coordinates: 35°34′26.3″N 139°40′34.8″E / 35.573972°N 139.676333°E / 35.573972; 139.676333