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Hyehwa Girls' High School is an educational institution in Daegu, South Korea. The school was established on November 21, 1983, with the entrance ceremony commencing on March 7, 1984. As of 2011, there are 1,573 students enrolled. Building the school continued for the first 20 years, with completion of the auditorium taking place in 2004.Hyehwa sent many students to Seoul and kept the place as one of the prestigious schools in Daegu, Suseong-gu. About 3.6% of students every year goes to well-known universities. In 2013, total of 18 students were accepted to medical schools or Seoul National University and most of the students attended state universities and (trains students to become professional elementary school teachers). In addition, more than 30 people attended top 15 universities in

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  • Hyehwa Girls' High School is an educational institution in Daegu, South Korea. The school was established on November 21, 1983, with the entrance ceremony commencing on March 7, 1984. As of 2011, there are 1,573 students enrolled. Building the school continued for the first 20 years, with completion of the auditorium taking place in 2004.Hyehwa sent many students to Seoul and kept the place as one of the prestigious schools in Daegu, Suseong-gu. About 3.6% of students every year goes to well-known universities. In 2013, total of 18 students were accepted to medical schools or Seoul National University and most of the students attended state universities and (trains students to become professional elementary school teachers). In addition, more than 30 people attended top 15 universities in Korea.Hyehwa is also known for its students who actively participate in extracurricular activities, such as school clubs. The most famous clubs are science laboratory club called "Eureka," and English club called "To the New Territory-T.N.T." These two school clubs are famous and preferred by many students and students have to go through three steps of interview and tests in order to be a member. Also, a team from the school has appeared on the TV show Quiz Champion. In 2006 a student at the school won first prize in the 1st English Essay Contest run by the Yeungnam Observer. School have a symbol. Tree symbol of school is Ginkgo and flower symbol of school is Chrysanthemum. (en)
  • 대구혜화여자고등학교(大邱惠和女子高等學校)는 대구광역시 수성구 만촌동에 있는 사립 고등학교이다. (ko)
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  • 대구혜화여자고등학교(大邱惠和女子高等學校)는 대구광역시 수성구 만촌동에 있는 사립 고등학교이다. (ko)
  • Hyehwa Girls' High School is an educational institution in Daegu, South Korea. The school was established on November 21, 1983, with the entrance ceremony commencing on March 7, 1984. As of 2011, there are 1,573 students enrolled. Building the school continued for the first 20 years, with completion of the auditorium taking place in 2004.Hyehwa sent many students to Seoul and kept the place as one of the prestigious schools in Daegu, Suseong-gu. About 3.6% of students every year goes to well-known universities. In 2013, total of 18 students were accepted to medical schools or Seoul National University and most of the students attended state universities and (trains students to become professional elementary school teachers). In addition, more than 30 people attended top 15 universities in (en)
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  • Daegu Hyehwa Girls' High School (en)
  • 대구혜화여자고등학교 (ko)
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