Ehime Prefectural Matsuyama Minami HighSchool SSHWebsite  


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Matsuyama Minami High School

 11-1, Suehiro-cho,
       Ehime, JAPAN

 TEL: +81-89-941-5431
 FAX: +81-89-933-3114

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about Matsuyama Minami High School

 Ehime Prefectural Matsuyama Minami High School has been designated as a Super Science High School (SSH) by Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology since 2002. We have been researching and developing programs for science education in cooperation with universities and research institutes. We try to bring fascinating and inspiring science activities not only to our students but also to the local community.  Each of our students does a great deal of individual research, and because of their strenuous effort, they have won prizes in various kinds of science fairs.

about SSH

 The SSH project was started in 2002 as part of the "Scientific Literacy Enhancement Initiative" by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. It aims to develop student abilities and develop global leaders with great ambitions in the field of science. And technology. As of 2021, there are 218 high schools designated as SSH, including ours. 

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2020/12/17 Advanced Science

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 On December 15th and 16th, the 1st grade students from science course visited many places as the advanced science lecture.  They went to advanced laboratory to attend technical lectures.  We showed the eagerness about our research.
 On the first day, we visited Ehime fisheries experimental station and Ehime mandarin experimental station in Uwajima.  We learned the issues about agriculture and fisheries.  After that, we attended the lecture about earthquakes and medical treatment.
 On the second day, we visited a science museum to learn how to wrestle SSH program.  And we attended the lecture about Masataka Ogawa, who invented blue LEDs.  We were all interested in his story.  After that, we went to the paper laboratory.  They used very expensive machine.
 Through the advanced science lecture, we learned about the research to solve local issues.  And we learned the hardship that people working there had.  The most important thing that we learned is “Added Value”.  It is important for regions to survive in the world.  We have to find my own “Added Value”.  We should challenge many things.
 (109HR  Aoto Shinozaki)