Hangzhou No. 2 High School
|Hangzhou No. 2 High School|
|Type||coeducational public secondary school|
Ambition, Endeavor, Compassion
|Established||1899 as Hangzhou Huilan High School 杭州私立蕙兰中学|
1939 as High School Affiliated to National Chekiang University 国立浙江大学附属中学
|Founder||W. S. Sweet and Coching Chu|
|President||Shang Ke (尚可)|
|Publication||Hangzhou Erzhong (杭州二中)|
|School Song||Chizi Yin (赤子吟)|
|Hangzhou No. 2 High School|
Hangzhou No. 2 High School (Chinese: 杭州第二中学) is a coeducational public secondary school in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China. It has more than 2,800 students, aged 16 to 18 years. It was founded in 1899 by American Christian missionary W. S. Sweet. The school has gained prestigious reputation in many aspects, often referred to as one of the "three top high schools" in Hangzhou.
Awards and recognition
The school was listed as one of the Key Middle Schools of Zhejiang Province in 1978 and was appointed as a First-Class Key Middle School in 1995 by the Zhejiang Education Committee. The school was the first-ever school that was officially recognized as a First-tier Model School of Zhejiang Province.
- Yu Dafu (1896–1945) class of 1911, writer and poet
- Dong Xiwen (1914-1973) class of 1932, painter
- Feng Zhongyun (冯仲云) (1908-1968) class of 1923, Senior official of China; Order of Bayi recipient. Former President, Harbin Institute of Technology.
- Guan Zihuai (管子怀) (1934-) class of 1951, former Chinese ambassador to Oman, Kuwait, and Bahrain.
- Providence Day School, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
- Morley Senior High School, Norand, Western Australia, Australia
- Einhard Gymnasium Aachen
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- ^ "List of Chinese Ambassadors to Bahrain" . 24 January 2018.
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