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Takarazuka Nishi Senior High School(Established 1977)


 1-1-1 Yuzurihadai Takarazuka,Hyogo,JAPAN. zip 665-0025
 TEL:0797-73-4035
 Fax:0797-73-6298

1. School History

  • 1977:Foundation
  • 1986:Establishment of the English Course. Tenth Anniversary
  • 1995:Sister Relationship with Columbus North High School Established
  • 1996:Twentieth Anniversary
  • 2003:Establishment of the Liberal Arts and Communication(LAC) Course
  • 2007:Sister Relationship with Mount Gambier High School Established

2. Educational Policies

The School Mottoes are "Independence", "Self Discipline", and "Selflessness".
Students will be encouraged to develop their academic ability, social skills, and physical capabilities.
A sense of social responsibility will be fostered through various voluntary school activities each year.
The English Course was renamed "Liberal Arts and Communication (LAC)" course in April 2003.

3. Enrolment Statistics

Course General Course LAC Course Total
Grade 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd
Number of Classes 6 6 6 1 1 1 21
Number of Students 240 239 234 37 40 38 828

4. Annual School Calendar

April Entrance Ceremony, Opening Ceremony
Physical Measurement, Medical Examination
Orientation Camp (1st year), School Excursion (2nd and 3rd year)
May Midterm Exams, Election of Student Council, PTA Meeting
June School Festival
July Term-end Exams, Ball Games Day,Term-Closing Assembly
Supplementary Classes,LAC Field Trip
August Summer Holidays, Supplementary Classes
Exchange Program with Mount Gambier High School, LAC Summer Camp (1st year)
September Term-Opening Assembly
October School Foundation Day (10/1), Sports Day
Midterm Exams, the 2nd Open Day
November Assembly, School Trip (2nd year), PTA Meeting
December Term exams, Closing Ceremony
Supplementary Classes
January Supplementary Classes, Term-closing Assembly
Term exams (3rd year), Marathon
February Entrance Exam for LAC Course
March Term exams (1st and 2nd year)
Entrance Exams for General Course
Ball Games Day (1st and 2nd year), Closing Ceremony

5. Location

Our School is located on a mountainside in Takarazuka City, 10 minutes from Hankyu Sakasegawa Station by bus.

6. Daily Timetable

We have 7 lessons on Monday and Thursday and 6 lessons on Tuesday,Wednesday and Friday.
Periods Monday,Thursday Periods Tuesday,Wednesday, Friday
Short Homeroom Class 8:30-8:40 Short Homeroom Class 8:30-8:40
1st Period 8:40-9:30 1st Period 8:40-9:30
2nd Period 9:40-10:30 2nd Period 9:40-10:30
3rd Period 10:40-11:30 3rd Period 10:40-11:30
4th Period 11:40-12:30 4th Period 11:40-12:30
Lunch Time Lunch Time
5th Period 13:15-14:05 5th Period 13:15-14:05
6th Period 14:15-15:05 6th Period 14:15-15:05
7th Period 15:15-16:05 Short Homeroom Class 15:10-15:20
Short Homeroom Class 16:10-16:20 Cleaning Work 15:25
Cleaning Work 16:25 Club Activities
Club Activities Club Activities

7. Extra-Curricular Activities

(1) Sports Clubs
Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Judo, Table Tennis, Kendo (Japanese Fencing), Track and Field, Soccer, Softball, Handball, Baseball, Tennis, Soft Tennis
(2) Cultural Clubs
Miyabi(Japanese Traditional Harp, Tea Ceremony), Brass Band, Fine Arts, Home Economics, Photography, Broadcasting, Literature, ESS, Computer

Kendo (Japanese Fencing)

Japanese Traditional Harp

8. Exchange Program

We have exchange programs with our sister school, Mount Gambier High School in Australia. Every year we stay there for 2 weeks and every other year Mount Gambier High School Students stay with us for 1-2 weeks.Some of them stay for 3 months or longer. Also, we have exchange programs with high schools in France and New Caledonia. and we stay there for 3 weeks.This summer our 8 students visited Mount Gambier High School. (2016)

These pictures were taken in Mount Gambier High School in August, 2011. Australian and Japanese students were taking classes and promoting friendships together.

9. BBS


 1: Mount Gambier High School ; Takarazuka-Nishi High School BBS

 2: France ; Takarazuka-Nishi High School BBS