Southeast China Union Junio Academy (Kulangsu, Amoy, Fukien, CN)

An educational institution operated at Kulangsu, suburb of Amoy, Fukien province, China, from 1909 to about 1950 (the date when it ceased operation is uncertain because of lack of communication with China). Opened by B. L. Anderson, it functioned first as an elementary school, then as an intermediate school, grades 4-12 or 7-12 ( c. 1918-1921), a complete 12-grade school (1922- c. 1930), again as a 10-grade school ( c. 1933-1940), and then as an elementary-junior high school (1946- c. 1950). It probably was closed during World War II. The capacity of the school changed several times, ranging from 30 pupils to 400 students in grades 1 to 10 immediately before World War II. During most of its history it occupied four buildings on a lot of about five acres. Its enrollment kept up with its cap...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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