On November 16th, Saturday, a science presentation contest was held. The contest is part of Ehime Senior High School General Cultural Festival, and was held in the Science Museum in Niihama.
6 groups took part in the preliminary poster presentation session, and 4 groups progressed to the finals. Two chemistry groups and one earth science group won the Good Performance Award, and one earth science group won the Incentive Award.
Groups which won the Good Performance Awards are going to take part in the nationwide contest in 2020.
On November 12th, Tuesday, Interim Presentation of Multi Science I, which is the subject Saijo High School sets, was held.
Group Kabu-chan's, made a model poster presentation. Their research theme is "Mystery of horseshe crabs--why they, one of the endangered species, have escaped mass extinction." Ms Yamasaki from Okayama Prefectural Tamashima Senior High School and Mr Sato from Takamatsu Daiichi Senior High School gave them tips to improve their presentation.
Second year students, in total 57 groups of them, made a interim presentation respectively. 30 groups are working on research study in the field of liberal arts, while 27 groups on natural science. First year students also took part in the presentation as audience.
On November 10th, Sunday, Engaging Science Contest for Senior High School Students 2019 was held at Ehime University. Eight students took part in the contest. They progressed to the finals. They won the Ehime Prefectural Board of Education Award for the second prize.
On October 31st, Thursday, 1st year students had "Yu-fa-z." Students who represented each class made a presentation on "International Understanding" and "Medical Affairs." They referred to what they had learned through lectures by Saijo City Hall staff and what students themselves had researched, and they suggested their plans to improve the present situation their community is facing. The 1st year students all actively participated in the presentation and the question and answer session as well.
On October 26th, Saturday, at Osaka City University, the 16th High School Students' Grand Contest on Chemistry. Our students made an presentaion on Ishizuchi Kurocha, or black tea. Their topic was "Scientific Analysis of Ishizuchi Kurocha: For Good Taste and Good Health."