Hikawa Middle School (under old educational system)

  • 1898 May
    Opened as Hikawa common middle school
  • 1900 April
    Renamed as Hikawa Middle School
  • 1902 April
    Moved to Taisha community

Shimane Prefectural Women’s Teachers School

  • 1903 April
    Opened in Izumo as Shimane Women’s Teachers School
  • 1913 September
    Welcomed Ministry of Education and Culture and Governor of Shimane Prefecture
    who named school’s botanical hill as Kyu-cho-en or Hirata Botanical Garden

Imaichi Higher Women’s School

  • en21920 March
    Was affiliated to Shimane Prefectural Women’s Teachers School
  • 1923 March
    Became Shimane Prefectural Imaiti Higher Women’s School after Women’s
    Teachers School moved to Hamada.
  • 1948 April
    Two hundred fifty students were the final graduates.

Izumo Senior High School

  • en11949 April
    The school became coeducational and newly named as Shimane Prefectural Izumo
    Senior High School
  • 1969 April
    Science and Mathematics Course was opened.
  • 1971 April
    The Part-time Division was set up and Domestic Science Course was opened.
  • 1974 April
    Nursing Course was opened in the part-time division.
  • 2007 Mach
    Nursing Course was closed.
  • en32013 March
    The Part-time Division was closed.
  • 2013 April
    Was designated as Super Science High School by the Ministry of Education,
    Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  • 2014 April
    Was designated as Super Global High School by the Ministry of Education, Culture,
    Sports, Science and Technology.

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SCHOOL HISTORY