No. 6 High School of Xiamen


Founded in 1953, Xiamen No. 6 High School (website: was acknowledged as the first-class provincial middle school in 1998. At present, it is a large-scale school with the first-rate facilities and a long history. It has been nationally honored as a model in moral and innovative education and awarded over 20 prizes. The school has 102 classes with 4,756 students and 384 faculty members.

It has two campuses– Xiahe Junior High School and Dongdu Senior High school. Altogether it covers an area of 97, 648 acres, with a total construction area of 80,000 square metres. The buildings mainly include information technology center, experimental building, planetarium, library, student activity center, students dormitory, auditorium, stadium, indoor swimming pool, which are all well laid out.


Campus Aerial View

Smart Campus of Xiamen No.6 High


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About the City

Xiamen, formerly romanized as Amoy, is a sub-provincial city in southeastern Fujian province, People’s Republic of China, beside the Taiwan Strait. It is divided into six districts: Huli, Siming, Jimei, Tong’an, Haicang, and Xiang’an. The urbanized area of the city has spread from its original island to include parts of all six of its districts, with a total population of 1,861,289. The city is known for its mild climate, Hokkien culture and Gulangyu Island, as well as its relatively low pollution. In 2006, Xiamen was ranked as China’s 2nd-“most suitable city for living”, as well as China’s “most romantic leisure city” in 2011.

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