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Mie Prefectural
Akeno Senior High School
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1481 Akeno, Obata­cho,Watarai­gun
MIE­ken 519­0501 JAPAN
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TEL (0596) 37­4125
FAX (0596) 37­4127
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EDUCATION POLICY AND AIMS OF AKENO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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In conformity with the Fundamentals of Education Act, Akeno SHS aims to cultivate the students' spirit of self­discipline and respect for human rights.@We also strive to make the students strong in body and in mind.@As students acquire the knowledge and skills of each class, Akeno SHS shall enhance the students understanding of their own culture, making them people rich in culture and education.@Thus, Akeno SHS shall help its students to become capable citizens of our democratic society.
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In order to teach the students the values of independent attitude and self­discipline, Akeno SHS requires its students a certain level of academic ability.@Our annual aims are to:
@@ 1. Enhance the students aspiration and bring out a positive attitude toward work and study.
@@ 2. Promote a common understanding and discourse across grades and between the faculty and the student body.
@@ 3. Promote education against discrimination.
@@ 4. Forge closer ties to parents.
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HISTORICAL CHANGES
July 1879
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Mie prefectural Laboratory for the Encouragement of Industry is established in
Obata­cho.
@@1896 Renamed Akeno Senior Sericulture Institute.
May 1948
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ntegrated with Mie Prefectural Tamaru women's@Business School and renamed
Mie Prefectural Akeno Senior High School.
April 1950
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Reorganized to include agriculture and home economics currirula, including a course
for the study of the processing of agricultural products.
April 1954 Child care course is established within the Home Economics department.
April 1957


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Kindergarten facilities are established so that home economics students may gain
first­hand child­care experience.
Opening of agricultural chemistry course coincides with the termination of
accepting new applicants for the agricultural products processing course.
Feb. 1960
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ie Prefectural School for Kindergarten teachers is established alongside
Kindergarten facilities.
March 1972 Completion of soundproof School Building NO. 4.
April 1974
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Watarai branch school is separated and becomes Mie Prefectural Watarai Senior
High School.
Nov. 1976 National Agriculture Club competition is held at Akeno Senior High School.
Nov. 1979 Commemoration Ceremony for the 100th Anniversary of Akeno Senior High School.
Aug. 1980
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Akeno Senior High School baseball club represents Mie Prefecture at the 62nd
Annual@High School Baseball Tournament at Koshien Stadium.
April 1988 Economics curriculum is included as part of Agriculture courses.
April 1994
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Home Economics and Child­care curricula are reorganized into Lifestyle Studies and
Welfare Studies respectively.
April 1995
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Horticulture and Agricultural Chemistry courses are reorganized into Agricultural
Technology and Food Science courses respectively.
April 1996 Two Lifestyle classes combined to form a single class.
Oct. 1997 net was added to the sports ground to prevent excess dust.
March 1998 In the No.1 cooking classroom, the cooking tables were specially equipped.
March 1999 A warehouse for agricultural materials was nearly built.
Sep. 1999 arthquake-proof construction was completed in buildings No.1 and 3.
Nov. 1999 Commemoration Ceremony for the 120th Anniversary of Akeno Senior High School
Sep. 2000 arthquake-proof construction was completed for the administration building.
Nov. 2001 Use of School Internet started.
Jan. 2002 Greenhouse No. 2 earthen floor was repaired.
March 2003 Greenhouse No.8 was completed
March 2003 Kobatoen kindergarten, which was attached to Akeno High School was closed.
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CURRICULUM@ 1st, 2nd and 3rd year including electives.
Course @@@@General Studies @@@@Specialized Studies
Agricultural
Technology






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Japanese‡T,‡U, Japanese Expression
Modern Literature Studies, World His­
toryB, Geography B, Contemporary
Society, Mathematics ‡T,‡U, A,
Chemistry ‡TA, Biology ‡TA, Phys­
ical Education,Health, Music‡T,Fine
Arts‡T,Calligraphy‡T,English‡T,
English‡U, Oral Communication A,
General Home Economics
Basic Agriculture,@ Agricultural Data
Processing, General Practice, Subject
Study, Farm Product, Cultivation Envi­
ronment, Vegetable, Fruit Culture, Flo­
riculture, Stockbreeding, Basic Biotech­
nology, Landscape Gardening, Affores­
tation, Gardening, Agricultural Account­
ing
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Food
Science






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Japanese ‡T‡U, Japanese Expression
Modern Literature Studies, World His­
tory B, Geography B, Contemporary
Society, Mathematics ‡T‡U, Physics
‡TA, Chemistry ‡TB, Biology ‡TA
Physical Education, Health, Music ‡T
Fine Arts ‡T, Calligraphy ‡T,English
‡T‡U, Oral Communication B, Gener­
al Home Economics
Basic Agriculture,@Agricultural Data
Processing, General Practice, Subject
Study, Food Processing, Applied Micro­
biology, Food Processing Machinery,
Food Distribution, Food Science Experi­
ment, Nutritional Science,


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Economics







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Japanese ‡T‡U, Japanese Expression,
Modern Literature Studies, World His­
tory B, Geography B, Contemporary
Society, Mathematics ‡T‡U, Physics
‡TA, Chemistry ‡TB, Physical Edu­
cation, Health,@Music ‡T, Fine Arts
‡T, Calligraphy‡T, English ‡T‡U
Oral Communication A, B,@ General
Home Economics
Basic Agriculture,@ Agricultural Data
Processing, General Practice, Subject
Study, Agricultural Management ,
Agricultural Economics,@ Agricultural
Accounting, Agri­programming ‡T‡U,
Data Design, Industrial Bookkeeping,
Accounting, Documentary Work

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Lifestyle







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Japanese ‡T‡U, Japanese Expression
Modern Literature Studies, World His­
toryB, Geography B, Contemporary
Society, Mathematics ‡T‡U, Physics
‡TB, Chemistry‡TB, Biology‡TB
Earth Science‡TA,Physical Education
Health, Music ‡T‡U, Fine Arts ‡T‡U
Calligraphy ‡T‡U, English‡T‡U,
Oral Communication A
General Home Economics, Home Eco­
nomic Data Processing, Subject Study
Clothing, Food, NursingEWelfare,
Home Management, Home Design,
Sewing, Clothes Design, Cooking, Food



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Welfare










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Japanese‡T‡U,Japanese Expression
Modern Literature Studies, World His­
tory B, Geography B, Contemporary
Society, Mathematics‡T, Science‡T
A, Biology‡TB, Physical Education
Health, Music‡T, Fine Arts ‡T,
English ‡T‡U, Oral Communication A
B.



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General Home Economics, Home Eco­
nomics Data Processing, Subject Study
Clothing, Food ,@ Principles of Child­
Rearing, Techniques of Child­Rearing
(Music, Expression, Drawing, Language
Child­care Practice), Child Health, Child
Nutrition, Infant Psychology,@@Basic
Social Welfare, Social Welfare System
Care for the elderly, Techniques for
Social Welfare Assistance, Social Wel­
fare Practice, Basic Nursing Medical
Science, Basic Nursing
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NUMBER OF STUDENTS @@@@@@@(As of April 21, 2008)

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1st year
( 5classes)
2nd year
( 5classes)
3rd year
( 5classes)
Total
(15classes)
Agri. Tech. @@40 @@36 @@38 @ 114
F. Science @@40     39 @@39 @ 118
Economics @@40 @@39 @@38 @ 117
Lifestyle @@37 @@39 @@39 @ 115
Welfare @@40 @@40 @@39 @ 119
Total @ 197 @ 193 @ 193 @ 583
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ANNUAL SCHOOL CALENDAR
April

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Opening Ceremony ( The 1st Term begins.)@Entrance Ceremony for 1st grade
students.@Orientation for 1st graders.@One­Day school excursion.@
Choose Home Room representatives.
May

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Inauguration ceremony for Student Council.@Mid­term exams.@
Student­teacher consultations.@PTA general assembly. Agriculture and Home Economics Clubs Assembly
July


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Final exams.@Supplementary lessons for students who failed. Fire drill. Specially
planned@classes.@Intramural ball games.@Parent­Teacher conferences.@Closing
ceremony.@Summer vacation begins.@Extracurricular practicums.@Social Welfare
classes for 2nd graders.
Aug.
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Summer vacation. Social Welfare classes for 3rd graders. Open House for Prospective Junior High School Students
Sep. Opening ceremony.@Fire and Earthquake drills.@Athletic meeting.
Oct.
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Certification ceremony for Home Room representatives@and student council
members.@Mid­term exams.@@@School Trip
Nov. Culture Festival.@Open house for prospective junior high students.
Dec.
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Final exams.@Meeting regarding report cards.@Special guidance for students with
low grades.@ Fire drill.@Intramural ball games.@Closing ceremony.@
Winter vacation.
Jan.
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Winter vacation.@Opening ceremony. Entrance recommendations for junior high
school students.@ Graduation test for 3rd graders.
Feb.
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Meeting to evaluate 3rd graders' records.
March

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Graduation Ceremony. Final exams for 1st and 2nd graders. Entrance exam. for
junior@high students. Calculate students' credit.@Submit successful students to
graduate.@Fire drill. Orientation for prospective students.@Closing ceremony.
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EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
kendo, softball, table tennis, softball tennis, basketball, badminton, volleyball, boxing, baseball, track and field, Japanese chess, data processing, chorus, flower arrangement, tea ceremony, handicraft, calligraphy, art, brass band, school broadcasting, welfare, cooking, drama, bookkeeping, Engish conversation
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DAILY SCHEDULE
Teachers' Meeting 8:30`8:40
Warning Bell 8:40
1st Period 8:45`9:35
2nd Period 9:45`10:35
3rd Period 10:45`11:35
4th Period 11:45`12:35
Lunch Time 12:35`13:15
SHR
iShort Home Roomj
13:15`13:25
5th Period 13:30`14:20
6th Period 14:30`15:20
Cleaning Work 15:25`15:40







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AREA OF THE SCHOOL@ ( ‡u)@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

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School Buildings @ 29,928 Farm land @ 84,083
Athletic Grounds @ 21,885 Total @135,916








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Farm Land
Vegetable garden @@2,550 Cattle barn @@3,500
Flowering garden @@1,710 Poultry house @@1,700
Paddy field @ 11,000 Road @@3,113
Forage field @ 18,000 Road and grass @ 22,180
Tea plantation @@5,050 @ @
Orchard @ 12,500 @ @
Agri. basic field @@1,820 @ @
Machine training @@ 960 Total @ 84,083








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