Osaka Prefectural Board of Education


Osaka Prefectural Board of Education

Osaka Prefectural Board of Education is a branch of the government of Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

The board supervises individual municipal school systems and directly operates public high schools in Osaka prefecture.

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Schools operated by the prefecture

[1]

High schools operated by the prefecture

[2]

Daito

  • Nozaki High School [3]
  • Ryokufukan High School [4] (Merger of Daito High School and South Neyagawa High School)

Fujiidera

  • Fujiidera High School [5]

Habikino

  • Habikino High School [6]
  • Nishiura High School [7]

Higashiosaka

  • Fuse High School [8]
  • Fuse North High School [9]
  • Hanazono High School [10]
  • Ikejima High School [11]
  • Kawachino High School [12]

Hirakata

  • Hirakata High School [13]
  • Hirakata Nagisa High School [14]
  • Hirakata Tsuda High School [15]
  • Korigaoka High School [16]
  • Makino High School [17]
  • Nagao High School [18]

Ibaraki

  • Fukui High School [19]
  • Ibaraki High School [20]
  • Ibaraki East High School [21]
  • Ibaraki West High School [22]
  • Kasugaoka High School [23]

Ikeda

  • Ikeda High School [24]
  • Ikeda North High School [25]
  • Shibutani High School [26]

Kadoma

  • Kadoma West High School [27]

Kashiwara

  • Kashiwara East High School [28]

Katano

  • Katano High School [29]

Kawachinagano

  • Nagano High School [30]
  • Nagano North High School [31]

Matsubara

  • Ikuno High School [32]
  • Ohtsuka High School [33]

Minoh

  • Minoh High School [34] (Japanese: [35])

Mishima District

Moriguchi

  • Moriguchi East High School [37]

Neyagawa

[38]

  • East Neyagawa High School [39]
  • Neyagawa High School [40]
  • West Neyagawa High School [41]

Osaka

Abeno-ku
  • Abeno High School [42]
  • Tennoji High School [43]
Asahi-ku
  • Asahi High School [44]
Chūō-ku
  • Otemae High School [45]
Higashiyodogawa-ku
  • Higashiyodogawa High School [46]
Hirano-ku
  • East Sumiyoshi High School [47]
  • Hirano High School [48]
Ikuno-ku
  • Katsuyama High School [49]
Minato-ku
  • Ichioka High School [50]
  • Minato High School [51]
Nishinari-ku
  • Nishinari High School [52]
Nishiyodogawa-ku
  • Nishiyodogawa High School [53]
Sumiyoshi-ku
  • Hannan High School [54]
  • Yamatogawa High School [55]
Taisho-ku
  • Izuo High School [56]
  • Taisho High School [57]
Tennoji-ku
  • Kozu High School [58]
  • Shimizudani High School [59]
  • Yuhigaoka High School [60] (English: [61], Japanese: [62])
Tsurumi-ku
  • Matta High School [63]
Yodogawa-ku

Osakasayama

  • Sayama High School [66]

Sakai

  • Kanaoka High School [67]
  • Mihara High School [68] (Japanese: [69])
  • Mikuni Gaoka High School [70]
  • Ohtori High School [71]
  • Senyo High School [72]
  • Tomioka High School [73] (Japanese: [74])

Settsu

  • Settsu High School [75]
  • Torikai High School [76]

Shinjonawate

  • Shijonawate High School [77]
  • Shijonawate North High School [78]

Suita

  • Kitasenri High School [79]
  • Suita High School [80]
  • Suita East High School [81]
  • Yamada High School [82]

Takatsuki

  • Abuno High School [83]
  • Akutagawa High School [84]
  • Mishima High School [85]
  • Shimamoto High School
  • Ohkanmuri High School [86]
  • Takatsuki North High School [87]

Tondabayashi

  • Kanan High School [88]
  • Kongo High School [89]
  • Tondabayashi High School [90]

Toyonaka

  • East Toyonaka High School [91]
  • Sakurazuka High School [92]
  • Shoji High School [93]
  • Teshima High School [94]
  • Toneyama High School [95]
  • Toyonaka High School [96]

Toyono District

Yao

  • Seiyu High School [98]
  • Yamamoto High School [99]
  • Yao High School [100]
  • Yao Suisho High School [101]

Former schools

See also

References

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