Shimizu Higashi High School

Shimizu Higashi High School (静岡県立清水東高等学校, Shizuoka Kenritsu Shimizu-Higashi Kōtōgakkō?) is known as a top high school in Shimizu, and one of the best high schools in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Shimizu Higashi High School is famous for high academic achievement especially in science and mathematics field as well as competitive sports teams.

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