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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
• People supported the government of the 
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regency through colleting empty bottles for 
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getting money
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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 design qualified outputs with international standard criteria.
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 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
 Applying quality management system effectively, efficiently and 
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accountable
 Creating positive school culture for students mental development and for 
productive and qualified working environment
 Developing students’ talent, interest and creativity through self‐
D l i   d ’  l  i   d  i i  h h  lf
development and training
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
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, etc:
a.  ESP and TOEFL
b.  IGCSE, AS Level CIE Curriculum
Learning Process :
 Following the  national process standard of 
learning
 Applying learning models used in OECD country 
schools
 Using good Indonesian and English especially 
for the subjects of Math, Physics, Chemistry and 
Biology
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 Applying ICT based learning
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Assessment System:
 Following the national standard of assessment 
and evaluation process
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 Applying assessment models used in OECD 
country schools
 Using good Indonesian and English especially for 
the subjects of Math  Physics  Chemistry and 
the subjects of Math, Physics, Chemistry and 
Biology
 Applying ICT based assessment
Certificates for students
 School Certificate
 National Certificate
 ITP‐TOEFL Certificate
ITP TOEFL C ifi
 Optional International Certificate
a.  IGCSE 
a   IGCSE 
b.  AS Level
c.  ICAS  (New South Wales University)
Management
 National School Management Standard
 SBM Quality Model
 ISO Quality System (ISO  9001:2008)
ISO Quality System (ISO. 9001:2008)
 ICT Based Management System 
SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP
a. Erlangga University
b. Jember University
c. Poltek
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d. Henderson Secondary School
e.  ICAS, Jakarta
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f.    CIE Centre SMAN 5 Surabaya
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 
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examination, TRRC
 Workshop room  for Vocational Skill Programs
School Facilities (cont….)
 Café
 Mosque
 Sports Area
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 Hall
 ICT for Management System
 Digital Security System
 Digital Check lock 
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 SMS Gate Way Information System
Learning Activities
Student Achievements
in National Examination
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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
SCIENCE AND MATH COMPETITION
 Gold medal in The 4th International Zhautykov Olympiad 
on Mathematics and Physics 2008
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 Gold medal in The 9th Asian Physics Olympiad 2008
 Silver medal in The 39th International Physics Olympiad 
2008
 Award of Excellence in Australian National Chemistry Quiz 
2009 The Royal Australia Chemical Institute
The Data of Cambridge Exam Takers 
Number of 
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Number of Graduates
Participants
No. Year
IGCSE AS/A Level IGCSE AS/A Level

1.  2005‐2006 4 11 4 7

2. 2006‐20077 233 1 233 1

3. 2007‐2008 26 5 26 4

4. 2008‐2009 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐
The Scores of Institutional TOEFL 
Year The Highest The Lowest Average
2007‐2008 547 477 507,63
2008‐2009 617 457 523 3
523,3

2009‐2010 600 407 472,03


Successful Graduates Data
Successful Graduates Data
Universities 2005‐2006 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
U 11 20 133 331 330
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 2 3
253 290 268
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 JJEPANG MALAYSIA LAINNYA
2007 ‐ 2 ‐ ‐
2008 1 ‐ 1 ‐
2009 ‐ 1 ‐ ‐
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Student Activities
(
(Art and Culture)
)
Student Activities 
Agriculture
School Activities
Reforestation
St d t A ti iti
Student Activities
Outbound
Visiting to School abroad
Principal,
p Teachers, Students
 2007 (SHS in Shanghai, Cunan, Souchou)
 2008 (Monford SCS,
SCS Anglican SHS
Singapore)
 2009 (SHS in Thailand)
 2010 (SI in Singapore, Bestari SCS
M l i )
Malaysia)
Visit in 2010