is a co-educational public senior high school located in Fukuoka city, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan.
It produces a number of graduates who continue their studies at University of Tokyo as well as Kyushu University. The school yard hosts a descendant of Isaac Newton's apple tree.
February 6 1784
Opening of Shuyukan as a Han-School of Fukuoka-Han.
There are no vocational courses, only an ordinary (college preparatory) course exists. In the second year, students choose between Arts and Science streams. In addition, there are Super-Art stream, Super-Science stream, and Pre-Med stream for advanced students.
The large number of distinguished alumni are called Shuyu Range