A Brief Introduction of Funabashi Keimei High School
|School Name:@||Funabashi Keimei High School, Chiba Prefecture|
|Address:||333 Asahi-cho, Funabashi-city, Chiba Prefecture 273-0041, Japan|
Each class contains about 40 students
|Classes||1st year||2nd year||3rd year||Total|
|As of 2012|
Staff and Students (2011):
@1 principal, 2 vice principals
@73 teachers including 2 part-time teachers
@1 assistant language teacher from New Zealand
@955 students from about 100 junior high schools are enrolled.
@Funabashi Keimei High School was newly founded by uniting two schools,
@Funabashi Nishi High School and Funabashi Asahi High School in April of 2011.@
@Keimei is the old name for Venus in Japanese.
School Mission Statement:
1) School Motto
@Letfs achieve through healthy competition.
@ุแ๖๔ sessa takuma: a Japanese idiomatic expression made up of four Chinese characters
2) Educational Goals
@In accordance with the Fundamentals of Education Act and School Education
@Law, we have established the following educational goals:
@We aim to develop the students who try to raise their own potentials and try to show a
@ positive attitude towards learning everything.
AWe aim to train the students who try to actively participate in homeroom class activities,
@ student council activities, and club activities as well as school events without neglecting
@ their studies.
BWe aim to foster the students who are careful about their words and actions and are
@ considerate of others.
3) Students Expectations
@Using an individualized curriculum, we expect students to be motivated to learn independently
@ and to broaden their horizons.
ABy placing emphasis on fundamental skills and basic knowledge, we expect students to gain
@ a zest for living and to establish their own goals for the future.
BWe expect students to develop their independent spirit and to have respect for discipline
@and proper manners, to demonstrate this in their attitude and behavior.
CBy conducting study activities, club activities, and school events to give students an
@opportunity to improve their individual strengths, we expect students to brush up
@their sense of humanity.
DBy joining community activities and working together, we expect students to
@make positive contributions to society.
4) Goal of the general course
@The goal of the general course is to encourage the study of a broad range of subjects and
@facilitate independent thought and learning so that students can become active members of
@todayfs information-oriented society.
School Data (2012)
1) School events
|April||Entrance ceremony, Health check|
|May||1st periodic examination,
Ball sports day, Career guidance, PTA meeting,
Assembly by student council
|June||Open class month, Career guidance, Interview with parents,
Student teaching, Lecture meeting
Observing college & university life for the second graders
Observing school life for prospective students of junior high T
Summer holidays (from mid-July),
Observing school life for prospective students from junior high schools T
|September||School Festival, Evacuation drill,
Closing ceremony of the first term
|October||Opening ceremony of the second term,
Observing school life for prospective students from junior high schools U,
SportsDay,3rd periodic examination,
|November||School excursion to Okinawa (4days), Open class month,
Lecture meeting, Career guidance & vocational education,
|December||4th periodic examination, International understanding & Cross-cultural
Observing school life for prospective students of junior high V
Winter holidays (from the last week)
|January||The National Center for University Entrance Examinations,
5th periodic examination for third graders,
|February||Entrance examination T, Entrance examination U|
5th periodic examination
Closing ceremony of the second term
2) Club activities (more thanVT of the students belong to clubs)
|Sports clubs||baseball, softball, track & field, basketball, volleyball, soccer, tennis, table tennis, badminton, handball, kendo, judo, kyudo (Japanese archery), mountain climbing, Chinese martial arts
|Cultural clubs||brass band, chorus, drama, guitar, fine art, tea ceremony, shodo (Japanese calligraphy), earth science, computer, dance, manga(Japanese comic books & animation), cooking, special event volunteering, biology, English club|