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Ono Senior High School

Ono High School is enthusiastic about preserving
its long-lived tradition, yet never hesitant
about implementing necessary reforms at the same time.
These endeavors have brought forth the educational system
and the yearly schedule you can see here.


The Emblem

The emblem of Ono Senior High School is the combination of
Tombo(the dragonfly) and the kanji character for the word High.
The figure of Tombo is shaped out of the two Kanji characters
included in Ono Middle School as the school was called
in former days.
It is also intended to embody the ancient name of Japan,
Akitsushima or the Archipelago of Tombo.

The entire symmetrical figure represents the educational goals
that Ono High School tries to promote. It signifies peaceful unity,
genuine impartiality, and the harmonious combination of wisdom,
virtue, and physical strength.
It is hoped that these ideals will nurture
the students to overcome hardships
and soar high into the bright future
with unyielding spirits.

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