School History


 

1942 Naruo Village Council decides to establish Naruo Junior High School.
1943 Establishment of Naruo Junior High School is approved.
1945 Construction finishes.
1948 Becomes Naruo Senior High School.
         Becomes co-educational involving an exchange with Sumiyoshi Senior
         High School.
1950 Becomes prefectural, Hyogo Prefectural Naruo Senior High School.
1986 Establishment of the English Course
1993 Celebration of the 50th Anniversary
2003 Establishment of the Global Interaction Course
         Celebration of the 60th anniversary
2009 The 50th anniversary of the seaside school
2011 Establishment of the Department of Global Communication



Education Plan 

 

1. School Mottos

 

            Autonomy and Creativity

2.Educational Guidelines

(1)To cultivate the students' attitudes toward overcoming their inhibitions to achieve rich creativity, in order to foster a self-disciplined approach to awell-educated, broad-minded personality.

(2)To foster the students' personal qualities required for the 21st century: to enjoy learning throughout their lives and to maintain enthusiasm for continuous self-cultivation.

(3)To awaken the students' international awareness and the importance of kindness towards others.


3.Administration Guidelines

  We will fully foster the students' fundamental scholastic abilities, physical strength, and have them establish a fundamental lifestyle. Also, the students will acquire traditions based on the respect for human dignity, thereby meeting the demand of the community and making the best use of the school facilities.

 

(1)Subject Guidance

We put the highest importance on having the students acquire basic skills in their subjects according to the individual stages of their development.  For that purpose, we will let the students choose subjects according to their ability, adaptability, and choice of career.  We will also keep abreast of the current teaching techniques through which we hope can impress and excite the students, stimulating the students' intellect and feelings in lessons.

 

(2)Student Guidance

On the basis of homeroom guidance, we will try to understand the changes in each student's behavior, feelings and attitudes, and endeavour to educate them to enjoy a healthy life-style. Along with guidance plans to heighten the students' sense of responsibility, spirit of service and moral practice as members of the community, we plan to activate student government and to promote practical activities.

   

(3)Course Guidance

We will see to it that the students can enjoy their school life by allowing them to choose proper courses and subjects suited to their individual abilities and aptitudes.  We will collect information and data on the students' desired careers, and try to fulfill those educational requirements.

 

(4)Education of Human Rights

Through school activities and personal guidance, we will develop students’ esteem for human rights and their realization of a good community conscience.

 

(5)Education for International Understanding

We will offer the students a wide perspective into world affairs and encourage them to be internationally open-minded. We will teach them thepracticality of international cooperation by promoting cultural events, holding overseas study tours, and establishing the curriculum of the Department of Global Communication.

 

(6)Health Care and Safety Education

   We will teach the importance of health care to students and instill in them a habit of developing their physical strength throughout their life.  In addition, we will carry out education in matters of personal safety, danger awareness, consideration of public manners,and traffic laws.

(7)Administrative Improvement

  We will endeavor to constantly improve teaching methods and standards by evaluating teacher qualifications and testing student performance. These evaluations will be analyzed and assessed on a yearly schedule.

 

(8)Use of School Facilities

We will maintain school facilities rationally and efficiently. We will keep the grounds in orderly and appropriate condition in order to ensure student safety and maintain community standards.

 

(9)Promotion of the School

The administration strives to keep aware of students’ and parents’ perception of their education at Naruo High School. We will continually enrich the syllabus and the school departments to help students make good choices about their future career.




 

Curriculum

1st grade

General Course (including General Career Course

Department of Global Communication

Integrated Japanese Language, Mathematics I, Mathematics A, Basic Physics,

Physical Education, Health Education, Music / Fine Art / Calligraphy,

Basic Home Economics, Basic Physics, Integrated Study

 Contemporary Society
 Basic Biology,
 English Communication I, Information Study for Participating Community

Comprehensive English,

Global Community & Living, Information & Communication

2nd grade

General Course

Department of Global Communication

Science Course

Humanities Course

Contemporary Japanese Language B,  Classics B, Mathematics II, Basic Chemistry,Physical Education, Health Education

World History A, Mathematics B

Geography B

Physics / Biology,

English Communication II,

English Expression I, Integrated Study

World History B, Japanese History B, English Communication II, English Expression I, Mathematics B, Instrumental and Vocal Music, Information and Expression, Advanced Home Economics, Construction (Fine Art), Integrated Study

World History B, Japanese History B, Basic Biology, English Comprehension,

English Expression,

Intercultural Communication, International Information

Mathematics B

 

3rd grade

General Course

Department of Global Communication

Science Course

Humanities Course

Science and Math Course

Environmental Science Course

General Humanities

Course

Specialized Humanities

Course

Contemporary Japanese Language B, Classics B, Physical Education, Integrated Study

Geography B, Mathematics III, Chemistry, Physics / Biology, English Communication III, English Expression II

 

Geography B, Mathematics II, Mathematics B, Chemistry, Physics / Biology, English Communication III, English Expression II

 

World History B, Japanese History B, Advanced Civics, Mathematics II, Basic Chemistry, Advanced Basic Biology, Biology, English Communication III, English Expression II, Mathematics B,  Advanced Reading

Classics A, Advanced Contemporary Japanese Language, World History B, Japanese History B, General Civics, General Science, Biology, Advanced Basic Biology, English Communication III, English Expression II, Advanced English, General English, Solfege, Visual Design, Food Design, Information Design, Mathematics Research, Music Performance Studies, Paintings, Sports, Child Culture and Basic Nursing, Editing and Expression of Expression Media

World History B, Japanese History B, English Understanding, English Expression, Current English, International Experience, Mathematics II, Extensive Reading, Mathematics B, Advanced Basic Biology, Cross Cultural Understanding, Basic Chemistry, World Affairs, Japanese Culture, Research Project   

 


 Annual Events Calendar

April

 English Seminar (Department of Global Communication)
 
Opening ceremony, Entrance ceremony for new students

 Welcome ceremony and orientation for new students

 Health Check-up

 Student Assembly

May

Mid-term Exams

June

 School Festival

 District level sports competitions

 Open High School for Junior High School students

July

 Term-end Exams
 English Speech Contest (2nd grade, Department of Global Communication)

 School-wide sports competition

 End-of-term closing ceremony

 Swimming Camp in Tottori Prefecture(1st grade)

 Extra curricular and remedial classes

 Study trip to Australia

August

 Extra curricular and remedial classes


 
Open High School for Junior High School students

September

 New term begins

 
 
Sports Day

October

 Mid-term Exams

 Field Trip Day

November

 Open High School for Junior High School students

 
 
Recitation Contest (1st grade, Department of Global Communication)

 
 
School Trip (2nd grade, General Course)

 
 
Study Trip to UK (2nd grade, Department of Global Communication)

 
 
School Foundation Anniversary

December

 Term-end Exams

 
 
End-of-term closing ceremony

 
 
Extra curricular and remedial classes

January

 New term begins

 Karuta Tournament

 Year-end Exams(3rd grade )

February

 Marathon
 Recommendation-based Entrance Exam

 
 
Year-end Exams(1st and 2nd grades )

 
 
Graduation Ceremony

March

 School-wide sports competition(1st and 2nd grades )

 
 
Entrance Exam

 
 
Closing ceremony


         

Club Activities

     

    SPORTS

1. Baseball                              9. Track and Field

2. Rugby                                10. Swimming

3. Soccer                              11. Mountaineering

4. Table Tennis                     12. Kendo

5. Tennis                               13. Judo

   

6. Soft Tennis                      14. Handball

7. Badminton                        15. Volleyball

8. Basketball

 

   CULTURAL

1. Story Writing                    9. Brass Band

2.Calligraphy                       10. Pop Music Band

   

3.Art                                   11. ESS      

4.Photography                     12. Astronomy

  

5.Biology                             13. Journalism

   

6.Koto                                 14. Homemaking

7.Broadcasting                    15. String Orchestra  

8. Tea Ceremony

 

         

                   Calligraphy                                                      Judo

         
                    Volleyball                                              String Orchestra

 

 

Department of Global Communication

  1.Recitation contest (1st grade)

  2.Speech contest (2nd grade)

  3.Special Lectures and Seminars


        

       



 

 Study Trip toAustralia

    



 

 School TimeTable

 

Homeroom

8:40-8:50

1st period

8:50-9:40

2nd period

9:50-10:40

3rd period

10:50-11:40

4th period

11:50-12:40

Lunch

12:40-13:25

5th period

13:25-14:15

6th period

14:25-15:15

Monday & Tuesday

7th period

15:25-16:15