A Curriculum That Fosters High Academic Abilities
*OCPD (Oral Communication for Presentation and Debate) - Courses designed to cultivate practical English skills through presentations and debates
* LHR (Long Home Room) - Homeroom Activities
Science Literacy (SL)
Science Literacy I, II, and III are the "Task-Based Research" courses offered in the first, and the second, and the third year, respectively, in which students learn about and conduct scientific research.
"Literacy" is the ability to utilize education, knowledge, and skills in real life.
Global Studies (GS)
Global Studies II and III are the "Task-Based Research" courses offered in the second and the third year,respectively, in which students conduct research on one of the global issues.
Geography, History, and Civics
Second-year "World Histroy A" and "Japanese History A" are courses in which students learn modern history.
Science and Mathematics Subjects
・Mathematics, Science and Information Studies are categorized as "Science and Mathematics" .
・Science and Mathematics courses are taught in small classes.
・Mathematics is taught according to students' learning levels.
・In the first year, all students study Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Second-year students
are required to choose two of the four subjects: Physics, Chemistry,Biology, and Earth Science.
・In Information Studies, students learn topics coordinated with Mathematics, Science and Science Literacy courses.
|8:45～9:35||Period 1 (50 min.)|
|9:45～10:35||Period 2 (50 min.)|
|10:45～12:20||Period 3 (95 min.)|
|12:20～13:05||Lunch Time (45 min.)|
|13:05～13:55||Period 4 (50 min.)|
|14:05～15:40||Period 5 (95 min.)|