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WELCOME TO SMAN 1 JEMBER

http://www.sman1jember.sch.id

WELCOME TO SMAN 1 JEMBER http://www.sman1jember.sch.id

SMA NEGERI 1 JEMBER AT A GLANCE

Established in 1953

The Head of Jember Regency was the initiator of the willing to establish SMA Negeri 1 Jember as an educative institution at that time

Peop le su pp orted the government of the regency through colleting empty bottles for gettin g money

• Peop le su pp orted the government of the regency through colleting empty bottles for
SCHOOL PROFILE
SCHOOL PROFILE
SCHOOL PROFILE
SCHOOL PROFILE
Vision and Mission
Vision and Mission

Vision:

Be Smart and Civilized on International Community Mission:

Adapting international curriculum from OECD countries into national curriculum

To des ign qua lifie d outputs with in ternationa l s tan dard cr iter ia.

Creating learning process that enables the students to creatively, innovatively, effectively and attractively develop their multiple intelligence in line with their interest and talent

Creating an assessment system with valid results

Developing professionalism for teachers and administration staffs

Applyin g quality mana gement s ystem e ffectivel y, e ff iciently and accountable

Creating positive school culture for students mental development and for productive and qualified working environment

D eveloping students’ ta lent, interest an d creativ ity through selfdevelopment and training

VALUES • Religious • Honesty • Humble • Responsibility • Nationalism School Policies  Strong

VALUES

Religious

Honesty

Humble

Responsibility

Nationalism

School Policies

Strong Indonesian Characters

Gender Equality

Multicultural

Global Perspective

TEACHERS AND STUDENTS  Teachers and Staff = 84 persons  Students = 740 persons

TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

Teachers and Staff = 84 persons

Students = 740 persons

10 years = 8 class group

11 years = 8 class group

12 years = 8 class group

Study Programs

a. Regular Program

b. Accelerated Program

Curriculum  National Content Curriculum  Local Content Curriculum  International Content Curriculum,

Curriculum

National Content Curriculum

Local Content Curriculum

International Content Curriculum, etc:

a. ESP and TOEFL

b. IGCSE, AS Level CIE Curriculum

Learning Process :  Following the national process standard of learning  Appl ying l

Learning Process :

Following the national process standard of learning Appl ying l earn i ng models use d i n OECD country schools Using good Indonesian and English es p eciall y for the subjects of Math, Physics, Chemistry and Biolo gy Applying ICT based learning

A ssessment S ystem:  Following the national standard of assessment an d eva l

A ssessment System:

Following the national standard of assessment and eva lua ti on process

Applying assessment models used in OECD country schools Using good Indonesian and English especially for th e subjects of Math , Physics, Ch emi stry and Biology

Appl ying ICT based assessment

Certificates for students  School Certificate  National Certificate  ITP ‐ TOEFL C ertifi

Certificates for students

School Certificate

National Certificate

ITP TOEFL Certifi cate

Optional International Certificate

C ertifi cate  Optional International Certificate a. IGCSE b. AS Level c. ICAS (New South

a. IGCSE

b. AS Level

c. ICAS (New South Wales University)

Management  National School Management Standard  SBM Quality Model  ISO Quality System (ISO

Management

National School Management Standard

SBM Quality Model

ISO Quality System (ISO. 9001:2008)

ICT Based Management System SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP

a. Erlangga University

b. Jember University

c. Polte k Jemb er

d. Henderson Secondary School

e. ICAS , Jakarta

f. CIE Centre SMAN 5 Surabaya

School Facilities  Classroom with internet hot spot area, Portable ICT Equipment, Central Audio System

School Facilities

Classroom with internet hot spot area, Portable ICT Equipment, Central Audio System

Office

Counseling room

Laboratory rooms of science, language and computer

Library with digital system

Multimedia room for learning activities and online examination, TRRC

Workshop room for Vocational Skill Programs

School Facilities (cont….)  Café  Mosque  S por t s Area  Hall

School Facilities (cont….)

Café

Mosque

S por t s Area

Hall

ICT for Management Sys tem

Digital Security System

Di gital Check lock

SMS Gate Way Information System

Learning Activities

Learning Activities

Learning Activities
Learning Activities
Learning Activities
Student Achievements i n Nat i ona l Exam i nat i on UJIAN NASIONAL

Student Achievements i n Nati ona l Exami nat i on

UJIAN NASIONAL

05/06

06/07

07/08

08/09

09/10

IPA

8,70

8,63

8,71

8,66

8,78

IPS

8,46

8,37

8,68

7,92

8,57

THE LATEST STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENTS IN SCIENCE AND MATH COMPETITION  Gold medal in The 4

THE LATEST STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENTS IN SCIENCE AND MATH COMPETITION

Gold medal in The 4 th International Zhautykov Olympiad on Math e matics a n d Phys ics 2 008

Gold medal in The 9 th Asian Physics Olympiad 2008

Silver medal in The 39 th International Physics Olympiad

2008

Award of Excellence in Australian National Chemistry Quiz 2009 The Royal Austra lia Ch em i ca l I nst i tute

The Data of Cambridge Exam Takers     N um b er o f Participants

The Data of Cambridge Exam Takers

   

Num b er o f Participants

Number of Graduates

No.

 

Year

IGCSE

AS/A Level

IGCSE

AS/A Level

1.

2005

2006

4

11

4

7

2.

2006200 7

23

1

23

1

3.

20072008

26

5

26

4

4.

20082009

   

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The Scores of Institutional TOEFL Year The Highest The Lowest Average 2007 ‐ 2008 547

The Scores of Institutional TOEFL

Year

The Highest

The Lowest

Average

20072008

547

477

507,63

8

200 2009

6

17

457

523, 3

20092010

600

407

472,03

Successful Graduates Data
Successful Graduates Data

Universities

20052006

2006

2007

2007

2008

2008

2009

2009

2010

UI

3

 

9

 

10

 

11

 

19

ITB

3

 

7

 

9

 

5

 

7

IPB

5

 

9

 

9

 

14

 

14

UGM

6

 

6

 

5

 

16

 

19

UNAIR

24

 

39

 

30

 

27

 

41

ITS

18

 

32

 

24

 

33

 

34

UNIBRAW

11

 

20

 

13

 

3

1

 

30

UNEJ

111

 

99

 

98

 

98

 

127

STT

3

 

15

 

4

 

22

 

6

TELKOM

       

STAN

15

 

4

 

13

 

22

 

28

Other Univ.

42

 

31

 

24

 

5

 

14

TOTAL

241

 

271

 

239

284

 

339

Num of

290

 

303

 

25

3

290

 

268

Graduates

     

%

83,10

89,44

94,47

97,93

126.5(100%)

The Data of graduates who continue their study overseas     University/States   Year NTU

The Data of graduates who continue their study overseas

   

University/States

 

Year

NTU

J

EPANG

MALAYSIA

LAINNYA

2007

2

2008

1

1

2009

1

Stu d ent Activities ( Art and Culture )

Stu d ent Activities

( Art and Culture )

Stu d ent Activities ( Art and Culture )
Student Activities A griculture

Student Activities

Agriculture

Student Activities A griculture
School Activities Reforestation

School Activities

Reforestation

School Activities Reforestation
School Activities Reforestation
St u d en t Ac ti v iti es Outbound

St u d ent Acti v iti es

Outbound

St u d en t Ac ti v iti es Outbound
St u d en t Ac ti v iti es Outbound
St u d en t Ac ti v iti es Outbound
St u d en t Ac ti v iti es Outbound
St u d en t Ac ti v iti es Outbound
VisitinVisitingg toto SchoolSchool abroadabroad Principal,Teachers, Students  2007 (SHS in Shanghai, Cunan, Souchou)
VisitinVisitingg toto SchoolSchool abroadabroad
Principal,Teachers, Students
 2007 (SHS in Shanghai, Cunan, Souchou)
 2008 (Monford SCS,Anglican SHS
Singapore)
 2009 (SHS in Thailand)
 2010 (SI in Singapore, Bestari SCS
Malaysia)
VisitVisit inin 20102010
VisitVisit inin 20102010