Taejeon Middle School / Taejeon Joong Hakkyo (Taejeon, KR)

A coeducational boarding institution and day school on the high school level, located at 163-11 Doma-dong, Seo-gu, Taejeon, Korea, and operated by the Middlewest Korean Conference. The school opened with 10 students under Pastor Tong Shim Chung as principal on Apr. 1, 1952. The first location was a church in Hyo-dong, Taejeon. In 1963 the school moved to a new building with three classrooms and an office, which was built on its present site. On Feb. 24, 1965, the Government Educational Department granted the Taejeon Middle School a license to operate as a school. In 1973 the school building was enlarged by a two-story building of 6,450 square feet (600 square meters). To house the increasing number of local students, two prefabricated buildings were constructed. The smaller one, built in 1...

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

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163-11 Doma-dong
South Korea