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Web管理2017/12/04 10:00:04(0票)

"We are now landing at Sano Nihon University High School. Please return your seatbacks and tray tables to their full upright and locked position…"


This weekend students at Sano Nihon University High School were treated to the full air travel experience without ever leaving the gymnasium. Mr. Hideki Yamamoto, a pilot with Japan Airlines, came to speak about his experiences flying for over thirty years. Starting with his career path in flight school, joining JAL at age 25, and working his way to becoming the captain of a 767 aircraft, Captain Yamamoto had some entertaining stories and words of advice for students interested in pursuing a career in aviation.



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This past Saturday, the 70th annual ekiden was held at Fujikawaguchiko Town in Yamanashi Prefecture. Over 96 teams were in attendance from across East Japan to run their hearts out and represent their schools. On the boys’ side, 48 teams ran a full marathon distance (42.195 km). Sano Nihon University High School’s team of Kosei Hitomi, Hikaru Oya, Shota Higuchi, Keishin Okuyama, Daiki Nemoto, Haruto Kurihara, and Haruki Kanakubo ran well, placing 5th overall. Let’s congratulate these students on their fine performance.
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This week, the Yell Caravan visited Sano Nihon University High School to promote the importance of supporting physical activity. Students had the opportunity to learn important information about their health, exercise, and eating habits, and how they will affect their future. Mr. Atsuhiro Miura, a former professional soccer player, spoke to the students and later attended a practice with the club team.


Web管理2017/11/08 15:46:46(0票)

Second year students at Sano Nihon University High School were treated to a piano performance by Ogawa Muto. His music and lyrics told the Summer of the Moonlight Sonata (月光の夏), the story of two kamikaze pilots who visited an elementary school to play their aging piano one last time before they were deployed. Mr. Ogawa both played the keys and sang the lyrics to bring their feelings to life. At the end of this month, the second year students will visit the kamikaze museum in Chiran, Kagoshima to learn more about the experiences of these soliders.



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This Saturday, students and teachers from Sano Nihon University High School will travel to Utsunomiya to cheer on the soccer team as they compete in the prefectural championships. Anyone wishing to attend should arrive at the Tochigi Prefecture Green Stadium by 13:00.



Before that, however, the high school students took the time to practice their cheers this week, going over all the school songs and ensuring their support will reach the ears of the soccer team at crucial moments. With the support of these Sano Nihon University High School students and teachers, the soccer team is guaranteed an energetic game.



 


Web管理2017/10/21 09:03:45(0票)

Several big events happened at Sano Nihon University High School this week as we approach the end of October. First, on Monday, a group of students visiting from Taiwan attended classes and learned about Taiko drumming. Though their stay in Sano was short, we always appreciate having other nationalities around for more perspective.

 

 

Secondly, it was a busy week for speech contests across the country. Saki Imai represented Sano Nihon University High School at the 39th annual English speech contest of Nihon University-affiliated senior high schools in Tokyo on Thursday. There were many excellent speeches from across Japan at this event, and though Imai-san did not place, she spoke very confidently and represented her school well.

 

 

On Tuesday, Aki Tomita participated in the 54th International Understanding Speech Contest in Utsunomiya. She recommended a solution to solve the world's poverty problem by participating in a short-term overseas training in the UK thi ssummer called "Bridge of the World”, which earned her 4th place.

 

 

On Friday, many students participated in the prefectural English speech contest in Tochigi City. As in Tokyo, there were many talented speakers presenting a range of topics. Masayuki Maruhashi of Sano Nihon University High School took home first place with his speech about basic necessities titled “What do you want most right now?”

Congratulations to all participants in the speech contests, and we hope we will have just as much interest next year!


Web管理2017/10/11 10:46:34(0票)

September 23rd marked the official start of autumn in Japan with a holiday celebrating the equinox. Students and teachers at Sano Nihon University High School have said goodbye to their cool biz attire. The first term ended on October 7th, and soon the leaves will start turning fiery red.

 

 

As we start this second term, let’s consider everything we have to look forward to in the coming months. For many third-year students, autumn is an important time. Some will start to have entrance exams, and others will have to start to prepare for ones coming at the beginning of next year. We’ve already had students studying in the US last month, but starting in November, there will be other trips to Okinawa and Kyushu. Here’s to another wonderful six months!

 


Web管理2017/10/05 09:51:11(0票)

Who would have thought that when Nihon University was founded 128 years ago, it would survive all the way to 2017 and continue to provide a proper education for students in law, science, and a variety of other subjects? The founder, Yamada Akiyoshi, had humble beginnings in Yamaguchi Prefecture but quickly developed his aspirations into a law school which became the university we know.

Today, we remember the origins that eventually led to the creation of Sano Nihon University High School and pay tribute to those teachers who dedicated their careers to help students succeed.


Web管理2017/09/30 11:16:22(0票)

This week, Sano Nihon University High School students took the achievement tests to determine if they qualify to enter Nihon University. Four intense sections of Japanese, English, math, and science took students all day Thursday. Their efforts will go noticed by prestigious universities, with years of hard work and study paying off.

 

Many high school students go on to do great things after graduating. Some end up working in highly scientific fields or business. Whatever their choice in the future, these students deserve our support for a job well done today.


Web管理2017/09/19 08:43:33(0票)

Sano Nihon University High School welcomed visitors from junior high schools across the Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, and Ibaraki areas last Saturday as students and their parents took the time to walk around campus, look into classes, and learn about the admissions process. Some of these students may be joining the school in the next year or two, and our faculty and staff made them feel right at home.


Web管理2017/09/08 15:43:52(0票)

Sano Nihon University Senior High School students broke up into ten groups for field trips across Ibaraki Prefecture on Thursday. The groups visited the National Research Institute for Science and Disaster Resilience, the Meteorological Research Institute, JAXA, the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, and the Public Works Research Institute. The majority had the opportunity to visit the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization to observe their particle accelerator and other machines.



This facility specializes in high energy particle physics. First years were able to ask questions to the scientists on site, watch the main lab from above, and learn about the history of nuclear energy and particle accelerators in Japan. We hope all high school students will have similar opportunities to explore their passion for science.


Web管理2017/08/24 13:59:11(0票)

Sano Nihon University High School welcomes all students and teachers back after a long summer holiday. With typhoons and small earthquakes hitting Japan over the break, it was an interesting few weeks for everyone.

 

Students representing Sano Nihon University High School placed 3rd at the 64th National High School General Kendo Competition. They traveled to Kamei Arena in Miyagi Prefecture from August 9th to 12th. Not only did the entire team do well, but Shoshi Ohiro placed second in the individual competition.

 

As we enter into the second half of the 2017 school year, we hope all students will continue to be diligent and respectful of themselves and their surroundings. Let’s make these next months as amazing as the start of your time at school.


Web管理2017/07/05 15:14:43(0票)

This week, students from Gresham High School in Oregon, USA joined their host brothers and sisters at Sano Nihon University High School to get a glimpse into their counterparts’ lives as they attended classes and learned about Japanese culture through performances like Taiko drumming and trips to Ashikaga and Nikko.



Thank you for making these students feel welcome just as they would for Sano Nihon University High School students visiting their school. Many of them are traveling abroad for the first time. Under the guidance of Tara-sensei, they will improve their Japanese language skills, and bring back some amazing stories for their classmates.


Web管理2017/06/30 15:27:51(0票)

Though there was a high chance of rain over this past weekend, fate looked favorably on the students of Sano Nihon University High School working long hours to prepare and gave them excellent weather for two days. The festivities started on Saturday, as children across the campus hurriedly transformed their classrooms into shops, games, and art galleries to entertain visiting family members.

 

 

If Saturday was special, Sunday was nothing short of spectacular. Students from the high school and secondary schools showed their energy and enthusiasm competing in traditional Sports Days games. Divided between four colors (blue, red, yellow, green), the red team ended up with the most victories, but all students represented their teams well.





Web管理2017/06/21 10:20:46(0票)

 

Sano Nihon University High School students are always busy studying for exams and working hard in class, but for the past few weeks they’ve had a new challenge for which to prepare.


If you walk around the school in the afternoon, the whole campus is full of new sounds: students practicing routines they’ll soon perform in front of the entire school on Sports Day. Other groups of students are working to make decorations and present the school in the best way. This weekend, Sano Nihon University High School and Middle School will be looking and doing its best!


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Michinari Fujikake may have been the last to present his speech when he spoke in Utsunomiya, but he outperformed many of his fellow students. Though he had to wait and listen to every boy and girl in front of him speaking to the judges, he wasn’t feeling nervous. “I think it was perfect,” Michinari said after he went on the stage.

 

 

 

 

For his topic, Michinari chose to discuss little white lies and how they affect behavior in Japan. Little white lies refer to the lies we tell in uncomfortable situations to spare the listener’s feelings. For example, if your mother has just bought you a gift and you don’t like it, you might tell her you like it anyway so she doesn’t feel bad.

This Sano Nihon University High School student ended up taking 4th place in Tochigi Prefecture. He wouldlike to thank Analyn-sensei, Nakamaru-sensei, and Okabe-sensei for their help with practice and improvement.

Are you interested in signing up for the next speech contest?

 

 

 

 


Web管理2017/06/06 16:17:23(0票)

This week, students participating in the Super Science Hour (SSH) were fortunate enough to listen to a guest lecturer, Kazuhiro Ichihara, a Professor at Department of Mathematics in the College of Humanities and Sciences at Nihon University.


Ichihara-sensei was very hands on teaching the Sano Nihon University High School students about mathematical concepts like probability. The room was alive with the sound of dice rolling as the boys and girls performed experiments and wrote down their observations.


Web管理2017/06/01 11:21:01(0票)

This week the principal recognized members of the student council. Students from Sano Nihon University Senior High School voted for their classmates to represent them for events across the school. These members are celebrating today, but soon they will have a lot of hard work preparing for the sports festival and cultural festival, Kenousai.



Preparations for the cultural festival at Sano Nichidai on June 24th are already underway. There are many working behind the scenes to make sure everything happens according to schedule. Will you be participating?


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All students had the chance to attend a lecture as part of the Super Science High School (SSH) series at Sano Nichidai last Thursday. The school hosted Iwanaga Masashi, an associate agriculture professor from Utsunomiya University to talk about how viruses affecting insects and other bugs can improve our understanding of identifying and ultimately eliminating them in humans.

 

 

The students were treated to some extra time with interesting slides, pictures, and facts they can use to determine what will interest them in the future. As we go into the school year, Sano Nichidai will have many guest lecturers attending. We can only hope they are as educational and entertaining as Iwanaga-sensei.


Web管理2017/05/15 14:58:38(0票)

 

Golden Week in Sano was fortunate enough to have some amazing weather. I hope everyone balanced some relaxing time indoors with active time outdoors.

 

The Super Singaku second- and third-year students visited Tokyo DisneySea on May 2ndas part of their class trip, while the first years had another opportunity to ride roller coasters at Nasu Highland Park in Tochigi Prefecture. Meanwhile, the Tokushin students had a more artistic experience, traveling to Mashiko to make pottery. The Singaku students weren’t left out either, taking buses toTokyo Skytree and Tokyo Disneyland for the day.


Students had the opportunity to spend time with their classmates outside of school after a month of classes, exams, and homework. Although it’s always nice to have abreak to recover our energy and determination, it’s important to remember to focus when we do return to work. Stay strong!

 


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