Hyogo Prefectural Inagawa High School


Last Updated 2006.10.7.
Japanese Version


INTRODUCTION

Inagawa Senior High School is located in the district of Inagawa which is approximately 35 kilometers to the north-east of Kobe. Inagawa is situated near the outer urban areas of Kobe and Osaka.
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Inagawa Senior High School, which began as a one of branch school of Kawanishi Senior High School , then became Itami Senior High School, was established in1974.

 The school has approximately 500 students and provides them with both a general high school academic education as well as social guidance.

 The campus also enjoys excellent sporting and extra curricular activities facilities including a large sports field, swimming pool and all-weather tennis courts, a gymnasium and several rooms for the various arts practiced by the clubs.


THE  MANAGEMENT  MOTTO

Our aim is to make our school loved by people in our area in accordance with the school motto and life motto as below.

To make our school feel secure and safe.

To intensify the connection of the school with the local area

To develop the education of each student and to develop our students abilities


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EDUCATION   OBJECTIVES

In order to respond to need of the community, the school aims to cultivate an essential foundation for the future so that the students may become both rich in individuality and well-balanced, responsible members of society.

EDUCATIONAL   EMPHASIS

A)   To foster self-discipline and manners

B)   To encourage and promote consideration and respect for human beings.

C)   To develop and improve the individuals knowledge

D)   To develop a desirable view of work as well as various occupation through proper educational guidance

E)   To actively participate in club activities

F)    To provide sound educational and personal consultation

G)   To co-operate with junior high school in order to provide consistency in the curriculum


NUMBER  OF  STUDENTS

Boys

Girls

Total

Classes

1st Grade

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‚X‚P

‚P‚U‚P

4

2nd Grade

‚S‚U

‚V‚O

‚P‚P‚U

3

3rd Grade

‚U‚W

‚V‚X

‚P‚S‚V

4

Total

‚P‚W‚S

‚Q‚S‚O

‚S‚Q‚S

11

NUMBER  OF  STAFF

αFull-Time Staffβ

Principal

‚P

Vice-Principal

‚P

Head Clerk

‚P

Teachers

Japanese

‚S

Social Studies

‚R

Mathematics

‚R

Science

‚R

Physical Education

‚S

Music

‚P

Art

‚P

English

‚W

Domestic Science

‚P

Nurse teacher

‚P

Clerical staff

‚S

αPart-Time Staffβ

Foreign Assistant Teacher

‚P

Teachers

‚P‚P

Advisors in Club

‚Q

School Doctor

‚S

Pharmacist

‚P



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                            April                                    The 1st Term Begins.

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                                                                      Opening Ceremony

                                                                      Orientation Camp for freshmen (1st Graders)(PDF)

                                                                      School trip (2nd, 3rd Graders)(PDF)

                            May                                    Mid Term Examinations

                                                                      Election of Student Council Managing Staff

                            June                                   Sports Dayi‚o‚c‚ej

                            @@@July                                   @@@@The 1st Term Examinations

                                                                     The 1st Term Ends

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                                                                        –––Summer Vacation –––

Open High School

                            September                     @    The Second Term Begins.

                                                                     School Festivali‚o‚c‚ej

                            October                              Election of Student Council Managing Staff

                                                                     Mid Term Examinations

                            November                          @School Anniversary

                            December                         @ The 2nd Term Examinations

                                                                      The 2nd Term Ends.

                                                         –––Winter Vacation–––                          

                            January                            @ The 3rd Term Begins.

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                            February                            @Graduation Examinationsi3rd Graders j

                                                                      Graduation Ceremonyi‚o‚c‚ej

                                                                      The 3rd Term Examinations

                            March                                  High School Entrance Examination

                                                                      Closing Ceremony


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 666-0233 4-4 YudaAzaShinbayashi KawabeGun InagawaCho Hyogo Japan

Phone 072-766-0101
Fax 072-766-0103

E-Mail
inagawa-hs@hyogo-c.ed.jp