A total of 120,000 primary, middle school, and kindergarten students in the East Lake High-tech Development Zone returned to school on Sept 1.
Two primary schools in East Lake High-tech Development Zone, also known as Optics Valley of China in Wuhan, will open their doors to students in the fall.
Two national university science parks will be added at Optics Valley of China in Wuhan, bringing the total number of national university science parks in the zone to five.
A record 10.78 million students around China are expected to take this year's gaokao, which starts on Monday and lasts two to four days, depending on the location.
Construction of the Optics Valley Cultural Center will start before the end of the year, according to a meeting held on May 13 in the zone.