Morioka First High School

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Coordinates: 39°42′48.4″N 141°8′30.7″E / 39.713444°N 141.141861°E / 39.713444; 141.141861

Morioka First High School
盛岡第一高等学校
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Motto 忠實自彊・質実剛健
Established May 13, 1880
Type Public secondary, co-educational
Principal Kenji Chiba
Students 939
Grades 10-12
Location 3-2-1 Ueda, Morioka-shi Iwate-ken, Japan,
Morioka, Japan
Campus Urban
Colors White
Website www2.iwate-ed.jp/mo1-h/
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Main building

Iwate Prefectural Morioka First High School (岩手県立盛岡第一高等学校 Iwate-kenritsu Morioka Dai-ichi Kōtōgakkō?), often abbreviated as Morioka Ichikō (盛岡一高?), is a public, coeducational, university preparatory high school in Morioka city, Iwate, Japan. Founded in 1880, Morioka Ichikō is the second oldest high school in Iwate prefecture and one of the oldest in Japan.[citation needed] As of March 2008, it has 939 enrolled students.[citation needed]

Its logo stands for pine needles; each needle represents truth, virtue, and a heart of gold.

Motto[edit]

  • Faithfulness, effort (忠實自彊 Chujitsu Jikyō?)
  • Sturdiness (質実剛健 Shitsujitsu Gōken?)

Courses[edit]

  • General Course, full-time
  • Science and Mathematics Course, full-time

Club activities[edit]

kyudo, kendo, baseball, football, judo, swimming, skiing, tennis, soft tennis, table tennis, climbing, basketball, badminton, volleyball, handball, rugby, track and field, softball, igo, shogi, drama, chorus, chemistry, sadō, kadō, photography, calligraphy, newspaper, wind orchestra, biology, astronomy, fine arts, geography, literature, amateur radio, anime, simulation, dance

Student activities[edit]

cheering, broadcasting, annual bulletin, student government

Access[edit]

Academic calendar[edit]

April
  • Freshman Orientation
  • Cheering Practice
  • Entrance ceremony
May
  • Athletic Festival
June
  • Ball Game Festival
July
September
  • School Festival
December
  • School excursion
February
  • Farewell party
  • Cheering Practice
March
  • Graduation ceremony

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