|Updated on June 19th. 2012|
Saidaiji Senior High School
International Communication and Computing Course
Japan and Okayama Prefecture
|Introduction of Okayama|
|Okayama Prefectural Saidaiji Senior High
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 2-1-17 Saidaiji-Kami Higashi-ku Okayama-shi Okayama-ken JAPAN
Telephone: 086-942-4150 Fax: 086-942-4152
The nearest Railroad Station：Saidaiji Station 10 minutes on foot JR Ako Line
|● ● ● Introduction ● ● ●|
The school was founded in the 34th year of the Meiji era (1901) as Saidaiji Municipal Girls' School. The school changed its name to Okayama Prefectural Saidaiji Senior High School in the 24th year of the Showa period (1949). The curriculum is continuously evolving to provide the students with the best possible learning experience. Since the 11th year of the Heisei period (1999) Saidaiji students have been able to enroll in our unique International Communication and Computing course, in addition to the previously offered Business and General courses. Surrounded by plenty of verdant trees, the students train themselves physically and mentally through studying and participating in club activities.
|● ● ● Educational Goals ● ● ●|
|１． To elevate intellects and seek to build
a more highly educated,
２． To produce cosmopolitan adults who are cooperative and
３． To cultivate humane, bright and promising members of society
through mental and physical training.
Students are trained to be specialists who can contribute to society by acquiring expert knowledge through a specialized business education. The focus of study varies in each grade. The first-year students learn fundamentals of business. From the second year students choose to pursue one of three areas : information technology, accounting or management.
This course is for students aiming to go to college. Students receive instruction in a variety of subjects, which help them determine what they will want to do after graduation. They study 12 to 14 different subjects each year.
|International Communication and Computing
Founded in 1999, this course is set up to equip its students with computer skills and the four skills of English : listening, speaking, reading and writing. With the help of an ALT, students develop their communication abilities and deepen their understanding of other cultures and peoples, operating computers in some classes.
|● ● ● Club Activities ● ● ●|
Track and Field Table Tennis Volleyball
Basketball Baseball Soft Tennis
Judo Kendo Badminton Soccer
Fencing Handball Karate
Broadcasting Astronomy Brass Band
Cooking Newspaper English
Tea Ceremony Flower Arrangement Calligraphy
History Computer Fine Art
Dance Business Drama
Photography JRC Japanese Harp
Go / Japanese Chess Comics Folk Song
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