High School Affiliated to Fudan University

High School Affiliated to Fudan University



Type State-owned
Motto 博学而笃志,切问而近思
Established 1950
Faculty 180
Enrollment around 1500
Campus 50,640 square meters

The High School Affiliated to Fudan University[1] (Simplified Chinese: fùdàndàxuéfùshǔzhōngxué, or 复旦附中, Acronym: FDFZ), a public boarding high school located in Yangpu, Shanghai, near Fudan University campus, is one of the most selective high schools in China. With its especial underscore on humanity, High School Affiliated to Fudan University acquires a national reputation of education about Chinese culture.[2]

Summary [ edit ]

High School Affiliated to Fudan University is now under the co-direction of Shanghai Education Commission (上海市教育委员会) and Fudan University. The high school, established in 1950, used to be appointed as a common high school directly subordinate to the leading branches mentioned above in the 1960s.

The school has so far occupied a campus of 50,640 m2. At present, it has the construction area of about 42,000 m2 and the green fields of nearly 10,500m2. Two reading rooms for the students in the school library with an area of 615 square meters are capable of seating an audience of 364. One room for the teaching materials has dominated an area of 175.6m2. Approximately, the information on one hundred thousand volumes in the electronic reading room has been stored in the computer system. In addition to this, the circulation of the books, which averages five copies per person each month, is totally controlled by the network. Furthermore, the school has many more up-to-date laboratories for physics, chemistry and biology. There are two rooms for computer science and two more audio-visual rooms with multi functions available to students encouraged to further their study.

The school has a domestic alumni association operated directly by the school administrators. The Fudan Fuzhong Overseas Foundation is an independently run but closely affiliated overseas alumni association based in New York City. The high school is a sister school with Sidewell Friends School in Washington D.C. and Punahou School in Honolulu, among many others.

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "Official Website".
  2. ^ "About School". 04/08/2013. Check date values in: |date= (help)

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