Nantong Tianshenggang Elementary School
Nantong Tianshenggang Elementary School is named after the Tianshenggang subdistrict which was built by Zhang Jian, a Chinese entrepreneur, politician and educator in the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). The school covers about 60,000 sq m.
The school has 35 classes and can serve about 2,700 students, providing a report room, a comprehensive school building, a gymnasium and other areas for specific purposes. The school is home to an excellent team of experienced faculty members.
With the vision of "growth through education", the school offers a special education program by which students learn to play Chinese checkers and compete with each other. This program aims to equip students with a logical mind and the ability to think quickly. Many of the students have won checkers games at both national and international levels.
The school's students are also active and highly competitive in many other fields, such as electronic technology, robots, pottery and drawing.
Address: No 598 Huanghai Road