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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creating a presentation for the final phase

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 On Tuesday, October 19th, our school was visited by representatives of FUJI Corporation, Ms. MIYAWAKI and Mr. IWAMOTO from Sales Planning and Marketing, and of SEKI Corporation, Mr. AKAO from the Information Service Industry Promotion Office and Mr. MORIOKA from the Corporate Planning Department.
 The content of the day was “creating a presentation for the final phase.”  Building on the previous lecture “on a method of verifying effects from numerical values,” we were instructed on various topics, using the purchase data provided to determine growth rate, by comparing with prior growth rates and the growth rates of comparable stores.  Analysis was performed on the number of customers from the number of receipts, category purchase rates, and other customer data, which was summarized in the presentation.  We also examined the sales at the store where our students carried out data collection.
 Ms. MIYAWAKI and Mr. IWAMOTO advised us on any matters we did not understand or were unsure of while putting the presentation together.  We are grateful that you continued to answer some of our questions even after having exceeded the scheduled time.  The program started in March, and our next meeting will be the final one.  As a culmination of the program, we hope to give a good presentation then. 
Author’s opinion; “I really appreciate all the instructors of this program for their efforts.  I will make use of what I have learned during these months after my school life.”  207 SHIMIZU Hono