Seibudai Chiba Junior High School and Senior High School is striving to achieve greater things as we enter our 35th year of high school and 29th year of junior high school. From among more than 10,000 graduates, we have produced many significant individuals. With a tradition of “cheerful greetings” and “good manners” we promote educational activities based on a curriculum that “enhances the intelligence of youth, cultivates good manners and develops strong character and body” These are the roots of our school’s culture.
As part of our educational policy, Seibudai Chiba’s goal is to develop capable students using the three main pillars of “learning activities”, “club activities” and “experience activities (education).” These activities are represented in the initials of Seibudai Chiba High School’s emblem which reminds us to do our best to “be polite”, “consider the feelings of others” and “strive to improve and strengthen ourselves to better serve others”.
Specifically, for this fiscal year we are developing educational activities with the following “priority goals”.
（1） As an integrated junior and senior high school, we aim to develop high-quality academic skills through advanced-learning and supplementary classes.
（2）Promote ability and aptitude.
（3）Improve teaching ability by refining teachers’ skills.
（4）Develop and enhance club activities and educational experiences to suit the needs of students.
（5）Improve career education and guidance.
（6）Promote international understanding and exchange activities that relate to our global society.
（7）Create a safe and secure educational environment.
（8）Enhance collaboration with the parents and the community.
In a rapidly changing world, I would like to steadily improve our school with the goal of developing well-balanced individuals who can progress in their careers as circumstances in our global society require.