The High School of Peking University (), abbreviated as Běidàfùzhōng (北大附中) is the public high school affiliated to Peking University that offers 7th-12th grade education to a highly selected pool of students from across China and abroad.
Located in Zhongguancun, the heart of the nation's R&D center for science and technology, the High School of Peking University inherits from Peking University the pursuit for democracy and science since its foundation in 1960.
The High School of Peking University has an enrollment of approximately 2,400 students. . Distinguished alums include Wang Yan, the founder of Sina, Tu Xiaoyuan, the Chief... Read More