Tomi Tobu Junior High School

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Tomi Tobu Junior High School
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2-300 Tokida Tomi Nagano


Coordinates 36°21′31.44″N138°20′33.47″E / 36.3587333°N 138.3426306°E / 36.3587333; 138.3426306 Coordinates: 36°21′31.44″N138°20′33.47″E / 36.3587333°N 138.3426306°E / 36.3587333; 138.3426306
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Type Public
EstablishedMarch 1, 1961 (1961-March-01), 58 years ago
Grades7-9
Elevation565m
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Tōmi Tobu Junior High School(東御市立東部中学校,Tōmi-shiritsu Tōbu Tyūgakkou) is a public junior high school in Tomi, Nagano, Japan.

State schools are generally primary or secondary schools mandated for or offered to all children without charge, funded in whole or in part by taxation. These schools are generally inclusive (non-selective) in admitting all students within the geographical area that they serve.

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The school opened 58 years ago in 1961, as a municipal junior high school, whose name was 東部町立東部中学校(Tōbu tyōritsu tōbu tyūgakkou).

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