Frequently Asked Questions: October 2021

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October, 2021


KEIO ACADEMY OF NEW YORK FAQ Table of Contents ★ School Life

1

★ Boarding & Commuting

2

★ After Graduation

3

★ Qualifications for Applying

3

★ Entrance Examination

5

★ Application

6

★ School Fees

7

★ Other Matters

7

Appendix 1 Curriculum Appendix 2 Extracurricular Activities Appendix 3 After Graduation Appendix 4 Statistics for the 2020 – 2021 Entrance Exam Admissions Office Keio Academy of New York E-mail: admissions@keio.edu www.keio.edu


1 ★ School Life Q1. When does the academic calendar start?

A. Our academic calendar starts in September and ends in June.

Q2. Are the Grades structured in the “American-style”?

A. Yes, we are a Grade 9 to Grade12 high school. Grade 9 is equivalent to the 3rd grade of Junior High School in Japan.

Q3. How many students are enrolled?

A. The total enrollment for the 2021-2022. 2021-2022 # of students

9th Grade 23(14)

Q4. Are all classes taught in English?

*( )indicates the number of female students 10th & 11th Grade Total 239(116) 262(130) As of September 01, 2021

A. All our classes are taught in English except for Japanese. English is spoken throughout the working day. The School provides extra help for those who need it in English and Japanese. Please refer to Appendix 1 for more information on the curriculum.

Q5. How much conversational English is necessary in daily life?

A. Daily life is conducted almost entirely in English. This is because the School is committed to graduating all students with proficient English.

Q6. Are classes separated in terms of levels?

A. Yes, the main subjects are separated depending on proficiency levels. Please refer to Appendix 1 for more information on the curriculum.

Q7. Do you have courses specified for liberal arts or science courses?

A. We do not have specified courses. However, students who aspire to attend the faculty of Medicine, Science and Technology, or Pharmaceuticals, will need to take certain designated science and mathematics courses in order to be eligible when choosing such faculties.

Q8. How do students study after school? Are there academic offerings after school?

A. In a boarding school, which Keio is almost entirely, there is no “after school”. Academic Extension (AE) classes, music lessons, clubs and sport fill the day in addition to core curriculum classes in the daily schedule. In the evenings students work in Evening Study Hall, when teachers are available to give support. There is also a Saturday Morning Program that includes classes in Art and Music, Debating and Public Speaking. Please refer to Appendix 1 for more information on AE.

Q9. What kind of extra-curricular activities do you have?

A. Please refer to Appendix 2 for more information on extra-curricular activities.

Q10. Is it possible to take individual piano lessons or other instruments besides extra-

curricular activities? A. Yes, the Director of Music will arrange this for you.

Q11. If my parents return to Japan, is it possible to transfer to other Keio affiliated schools?

A. No, you cannot transfer to other Keio affiliated schools. If you are a commuter and your parents come back to Japan, you can become a boarder.


2 Q12. I heard that the campus was closed and you switched to online classes due to the rising

concerns of COVID-19. How were the classes run? A. As many of the parents live outside of the United States, the School had for many years has had a strong intranet to connect the School and families. Therefore, transitioning into online classes was fairly smooth. The timetable was fixed from Monday to Saturday in Japanese Standard Time and we used both Zoom and Google Classroom to conduct an interactive online learning experience. For students who lived in different time zones, teachers were in contact individually for support.

★ Boarding and Commuting Q13. Do we need to live in the houses?

A. The great majority of students are boarders and the school runs as a boarding school, but we do have about 30 day students (commuters).

Q14. How many students are in a room?

A. There are two students per room.

Q15. How are the roommates in the houses decided?

A. The School will decide the roommates for incoming students. For those who are currently enrolled, the students will submit their own choice of roommates and the School will decide with consideration.

Q16. Can we/you go off campus?

A. You will need special permission to go off campus on week days. On weekends, there are certain towns close to Keio, White Plains and Harrison, where students can visit without chaperones. With prior permission from parents, Grades 11&12 can go to Manhattan without chaperones. There are off-campus study trips to the museums and shopping tours regularly sponsored by the School. *As of October 2021, students are not allowed to go off campus without chaperones due to covid-19 safety measure.

Q17. Who takes care of the students in the houses?

A. The Head of House is your house parent. He or she is assisted by a Boarding Assistant adult. There are 50 students in each house, spread through Grades 9-12. In case of health issues, the Heath Center is open from 8:00 to 18:00 on the week days, 13:00 to 18:00 on Saturdays, and 13:00 to 18:00 on Sundays.

Q18. Do the students do laundry and clean the houses on their own?

A. Students clean their own rooms and the janitors take care of shared spaces like hallways and shower rooms. Students do their own laundry in the houses free of charge.

Q19. Do the students need to leave the house during long vacations?

A. Yes, the houses are closed during vacations. (2021-2022 School Year)

Q20. How do the commuters commute to school?

A. Commuters can commute to school via private cars or school buses. If you are using a private car, the car may only be driven by parents. Students are not allowed to drive on their own. The availability of school buses depends on the school district of where you live.


3 ★ After Graduation Q21. Can students attend Keio University after graduation?

A. Our graduates can attend one of the 10 undergraduate departments upon the recommendation from the President.

Q22. What qualifications do the students receive upon graduation?

A. Our School is accredited by New York State as an educational institution. Upon graduation, students may enter Keio University or other universities around the world.

Q23. If a student chooses to attend Keio University, is it possible for the student to choose

his/her faculty? A. You can freely choose the faculty as you wish, but the President of Keio Academy of New York will make its decision based on your overall accomplishments in the school.

Q24. Which faculties do the graduates move on to?

A. Please refer to Appendix 3 for more information.

Q25. What are the choices the students have in terms of faculties starting in September?

A. At Keio University, the faculty of Law, Policy Management, and Environmental Studies admit students starting in September, as does the PEARL program offered by the faculty of Economics starts in September.

★ Qualifications for Applying Students may apply for admission into Grade 9 or Grade 10 of Keio Academy of New York if they meet either of the following criteria: 1) An applicant for Grade 9 must be enrolled in Grade 8 of primary education or Grade 9 of secondary education either inside or outside Japan (overseas Japanese schools inclusive), as of December 31 of the year before he/she wishes to enter the school. In addition, the applicant must expect to complete his/her Grade 8 or 9 by August 31 of the year he/she wishes to enter the school. 2) An applicant for the Grade 10 must be enrolled in Grade 9 or 10 of secondary education either inside or outside Japan (overseas Japanese schools inclusive), as of December 31 of the year before he/she wishes to enter the school. In addition, the applicant must expect to complete his/her Grade 9 or 10 by August 31 of the year he/she wishes to enter the school.


4 1.

Place of Residence

Q26. Do you need to be residing in the United States to apply?

A. No.

Q27. I am currently living in Japan. Can I apply for the School?

A. Yes, you can.

Q28. I am in Grade 7 in the United States but if I were in Japan, I will be in the 2nd grade of

Junior High School. Can I apply for the School? A. Please refer to the regulations with the current school you are enrolled in. Q29. From what countries do the students come?

A. Students come from about 30 countries around the world. In the past, students have come from the following countries. Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, Venezuela, Argentina, Guatemala, Peru, Paraguay, Panama, Canada, the United States, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Russia, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia, Ukraine, Pakistan, India, Switzerland, Denmark, Czechoslovakia, Spain, Turkey, Egypt, Belgium, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, China, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Myanmar, Vietnam, Hong Kong , South Africa, UAE and Kenya.

2.

Status of Residence

Q30. Do I have to be living abroad with my parents to apply?

A. No. The place you reside or the fact that you may or may not live with your parents do not affect your qualifications for applying

3.

Transfer

Q31. Is there an entry point for students at Grade11 and Grade 12 level? A. No. Q32. Is there an opportunity to transfer to the School during the school year?

A. No, there is not.

4.

Applying Multiple Times

Q33. I applied for Grade10 this year but was not admitted. Is it possible to go into

another school and try again for Grade 10 next year? A. Yes, as long as you clear the requirements, you can apply for the School.

Q34. If I am not accepted in the first admissions process, is it possible to apply again in the

same academic year? A. Yes, as long as you clear the requirements, you can apply multiple times in the same academic year. rd

Q35. I am a 3 grade student in a Japanese Junior High School. I applied and was not

admitted as a Grade10 student. Is it possible for me to apply again in the same year as a Grade 9 student? A. Yes, as long as you clear the requirements, you can change the grade that you wish to be admitted into.


5 ★Entrance Examination

2022 Admissions

We will post further details on our website when available.

Fall Admissions / Spring Admissions I / Spring Admissions II First Screening: Document Screening Second Screening: Written Exams (English, Mathematics, and Japanese) Interview (English and Japanese)

Q36. What is the deviation score?

A. As we take a more holistic approach, incorporating the three written exams (English, Math, and Japanese), the interviews and the submitted documents, we do not have a deviation score.

Q37. Is there a minimum cut line?

A. We do not have a fixed cut line for our exams.

Q38. Can you tell me details about the exams such as distribution of points or other

standards regarding the process? A. We do not disclose any details regarding the application process.

Q39. Can I bring a dictionary to the written exams?

A. No dictionaries or other references may be brought into the exams.

Q40. I am planning to apply from Japan. How many students are permitted entrance from

Japan? A. We do not have a set number of entrants that depends on where the students reside.

Q41. Are there separate questions for students applying from Japan? A. The test material is the same for everyone. Q42. Is it possible for students who have only studied English in Japan, and for those who

are not returnees, to pass the entrance examinations? A. Online submission by PDF is allowed besides mailing.

Q43. Please tell me about the units covered on the math examination?

A. The test will cover materials up until the 3rd grade of Junior High School which is the equivalent of Geometry and Algebra I in the United States. Q44. Can I use a Scientific Calculator during the math exam?

A. You may not use any calculators during the written exams.


6 Q45. When are the interviews conducted?

A. The interviews are conducted immediately after the written exams or the day after. The School will designate the date and time accordingly.

Q46. What is the acceptance rate? How many students apply from Japan?

A. Please refer to Appendix 4 for more information.

Q47. Do you recommend taking English proficiency tests?

A. Yes. These help the School to determine your level in terms of English fluency. We recommend the TOEFL (iBT), TOEIC, and EIKEN in that order.

★ Application Q48. Will a copy of the transcript suffice in place of the 入学志願者調査書 (Japanese form)?

A. We do not accept copies of the transcripts. A sealed 入学志願者調査書 will need to be submitted directly from the school. Q49. As my school does not rank students, we cannot fill in the criteria in the 入学志願者調査書 What should I do?

A. A rank helps us to determine your academic capabilities, but if that is not possible, please tell us the reason why. As a supplement, detailed comments about you will help your application.. Q50. How important is the 入学志願者調査書?

A. Our admissions process lies on the holistic view which incorporates all aspects of the student. Therefore, we do not have a set criterion when viewing grades. We conduct our first screening process based on the submitted documents and the second screening process will be the written exams and interviews. Q51. I want to apply for Grade 10, but, I just entered high school and it is difficult for me to

prepare the recommendation portion of my documents. Do I still need to submit these? A. These documents are important for assessment so they cannot be discharged. If there are some parts of the documents you cannot prepare, ask your School to write in the reasons as comments where necessary.

Q52. Is it better for me to write the essay in English or Japanese?

A. Either language is fine. The content of the essay is more important than which language you use to write in.

Q53. It is difficult to send the documents via ground mail due to the infrastructure of where

I live. What should I do? A. Online submission by PDF is allowed besides mailing.

Q54. Is there financial aid for incoming students?

A. We have information regarding financial aid in our admissions information. Please refer to the admissions information for more details. We have a limited bursaries program to assist applicants who need financial support.


7 *Request from the Academy Recently, there has been an increase in the number of applicants who send their application documents from their schools before the deadline. However, if they are incomplete, there is a possibility that the submission of documents will not be completed on time. Please note that the School will not start your application process unless we receive all necessary documents.

★ School Fees Q55. What is the cost for the year?

A.

For the 2021-2022 Academic Year:

1 2 3 4 5 6

Admissions Fee Tuition Fee Room and Board (Boarder) Commuter Fee (Commuter) Deposit on Materials (includes student insurance) Facilities Fee

<Fee for the first year> Boarders (1・2・3・5・6) Commuters (1・2・4・5・6)

$3,700 $29,000 $16,500 $3,500 $2,000 $2,400

$53,600 $40,600

In addition to the standard fee, the following costs will normally apply ・Entrance Examination Fee $500 ・Parent’s Association Fee ・School uniform costs ・Club activities fees (costs vary depending on the activity) ・Participation fees for official School events (Theatre trips etc.) ・Participation fees for unofficial School events ・Travel fees for long vacations ・House-ware storage fee for summer vacation cost or cost for shipping ・Allowance * The above fees may be revised for the 2022-2023 school year. ★ Other Matters Q56. How should I spend my time until I attend School in September? Are there specific

programs for the students to study English in Japan? If you need assistance, please contact the School for advice. If you are attending the Grade 9 and are currently residing in Japan, you need to belong to a school as it is a legal requirement. Being independent and self-disciplined is key to successful boarding life. Therefore, it would be beneficial to work on your time management skill on a disciplined daily schedule.


8 Q57. I heard that you need to obtain a visa to study in the United States. Do I need one to go

to Keio? A. If you do not hold a visa, you cannot participate in any educational programs or camps hosted by a school in the United States. You will also need to be registered in a Japanese school up until the 3rd grade. As we are an educational institution accredited by the state of New York, if you do not hold any of the status below, you will need to petition for an F-1 visa.

  

American citizen Green card holder Other visas(E, G, H, L etc) If you are a holder of any of the above, you do not need to apply for a visa. On the other hand, if you do not hold any of the above status, be careful not to attend any language courses provided by other US schools prior to the Induction Program as this will conflict with your visa status.

Q58. I would like to see the campus in person. Do you hold open campuses or is it possible to

visit individually? A. As of October 2021, our campuses are closed for public so you cannot visit the campus at the moment, but normally you can visit our campus during Open Days or other information sessions. You can also visit the campus individually. We have a “SCHOOL VISIT FORM” on our website so please register with one week prior notice. We are hoping to open our doors to you soon so please check in our website for the newest updates.

<<For the most recent and detailed information, please check our website>>

http://www.keio.edu Contact:

Keio Academy of New York Admissions Office TEL: 914-694-4825 E-mail: admissions@keio.edu


Appendix1 10/19/2021

As of

2021-2022 Courses and Credits (Grade 9 - 12)

SUBJECT

ENGLISH

教科

英語

LANGUAGE 授業言語

R.

10

English 9,10,11,12

英語 9,10,11,12

E

Language Arts

ランゲージアート

E

English as a Second Language Advanced Language Arts Creative Writing

Introduction to Performing Arts Language Arts 12

JAPANESE

Japanese 9, 10

Introduction to Public Speaking 9

ESL

ランゲージアート (上級)

クリエイティブライティング 演劇入門 ランゲージアート 12

日本語

国語9年10年

パブリックスピーキング入門

Japanese Language and Literature 11, 12 言語と文学 11年12年 Research & Presentations 11, 12 Advanced Research & Presentation 12 Advanced Japanese Language and Literature 12 JHL 9, 10, 11, 12

MATHEMATICS

リサーチとプレゼンテーション 11年12年 リサーチとプレゼンテーション 12年(上級)

E

J J J

J

Precalculus

基礎解析

E

Statistics

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

線形代数 統計学

理科

E

Computer Literacy

コンピュータ

E

Biology Physics

Earth Science

Environmental Science Honors Chemistry Honors Biology Honors Physics

保健 生物 物理 地学 環境

化学(上級) 生物(上級) 物理(上級)

E.

A.

10

R.

E E E E E E

12 th

R.E.

5

A.

2.5 2.5 2.5

5

5

5

2.5

2.5

2.5

2.5 2.5 2.5

5

5

5

5

5

10

2.5

5

5

2.5

5

5

2.5 2.5 5

5

5

5

E

6

E

6

E

E.

5

E

E

Health Science

11 th

R.E.

E

科学とは何か 化学

5

R.

5

E

The Nature of Science Chemistry

A.

J

E

Linear Algebra

E.

J

J

微積分

5

10 th

R.E.

E

代数と幾何

Calculus

R.

E

継承日本語9年10年11年12年

代数と三角関数

A.

E

Algebra and Geometry

Algebra and Trigonometry

E.

E

言語と文学 12年(上級)

数学

9 th

R.E.

6

5


SUBJECT

教科

SOCIAL STUDIES Geography for the Global Citizen Discovering World History and Cultural Studies

U.S. Government and History Japanese History and Government Economics and Business Honors Political Thought Advanced Cultural Studies Research

LANGUAGE 授業言語

R.

E

5

社会 世界地理

世界史と異文化理解

E

アメリカ史と政治 日本近現代史 経済 政治(上級) 異文化理解研究

9 th

R.E.

E.

A.

R.

体育 体育9,10,11,12

E

MUSIC Beginner Brass Advanced Brass Beginner Percussion Advanced Percussion Beginner String Advanced String Beginner Winds Advanced Winds Chorus

音楽 音楽 音楽 音楽 音楽 音楽 音楽 音楽 音楽 音楽

E E E E E E E E E

ACADEMIC EXTENSION Jun AE: Independent Living Skills Sen AE*

アカデミックエクステンション インデペンデントリビングスキルズ リベラルアーツ科目

SATURDAY MORNING PROGRAM 土曜プログラム Jun SMP Art 美術 Jun SMP Music 音楽 Sen SMP Debate and Public Speaking ディベートとプレゼンテーション

E E/J

2

Note:

R. = Required(必修科目) R.E. = Required Elective(必修選択科目) E. = Elective (選択科目) A. = Assigned( 指定科目)

2

9 th

2

E.

A.

0~2

5

R.

34

41~48

E.

A.

R.

12 th

R.E.

5

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2 2

2 2

2

2

2

10 th

E.

0~2

A. 5

41~43

R.

34

2

11 th

R.E. 2

E.

A.

0~7 5~1

R.

24

12 th

R.E. 12-

41~48

The elective courses might be cancelled if the number of registered students is too small.

Course Name 1

コース名

The History of War

戦いの歴史

Course Name 14 Symbiotic Sociology

コース名 共生の社会学

2

Translation 101

翻訳入門

15 The History of Popular Music

大衆音楽の歴史

3

Chinese Culture

中国文化

16 A History of Film

映画の歴史

4

Birds and Literature

鳥の文学

17 Italian Culture, Cuisine and Conversation

イタリア文化・料理と言語

5

Religions of World

世界の宗教

18 Business and Entrepreneurship

ビジネスと起業

6

Kendo

剣道

19 Understanding the Stock Market

株式入門

7

Introduction to American Law

米国法入門

20 Publishing and Media in Japan

日本の出版界およびメディア

8

Introduction to Sound, Music & Recording

音・音楽・録音入門

21 Introduction to Filmmaking

映像制作

9

Art and Science of Lego

レゴの科学

22 Environmental Science

環境学

10

Math for High Flyers

11

Astronomy

1

高等数学

23 Programming and Robotics

プログラミング

天文学

24 Science of Color

色の科学

25 Makerspace Challenge

チャレンジ科学

12

Introduction to G Suite

Gスィート入門

13

Current Events

時事問題

A.

2

2

R.E.

E.

5 5 5

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2 2

R.E.

11 th

R.E.

2

2

2 2

39

R.

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2

R.

A.

5

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

E E E

E.

5

E E/J E E E

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE 9,10,11,12

10 th

R.E.

E.

A.

0~2 0~5

41~45


Appendix2

Sports Program for 2021-2022 Varsity Sports We offer one male and one female Varsity Sports per season. 

Fall Girls: Volleyball Boys: Soccer

Winter Girls: Basketball Boys: Basketball

Spring Girls: Lacrosse Boys: Lacrosse

House Sports House Sports is an opportunity for students who are not on the Varsity Sports team. All sports will be instructed by professional coaches. 

Fall Cross Country, Dance, Kendo, Rugby, Swimming, Tennis

Winter Dance, Karate, Kendo, Swimming, Volleyball

Spring Baseball, Dance, Karate, Kendo, Softball, Tennis

Cultural Clubs for 2021-2022 ▪

Art Club

Chess Club

Mathematics Club

Photography Club

Tea Ceremony Club

Creative Writing Club


Appendix3

慶應義塾ニューヨーク学院 卒業後の進路先 / After Graduation from Keio Academy of New York Graduation Year 慶應義塾大学進学学部(学科) / Keio University 文学部 Faculty of Letters 経済学部 Faculty of Economics 法学部法律学科 Faculty of Law Department of Law 法学部政治学科 Faculty of Law Department of Political Science 商学部 Faculty of Business and Commerce 医学部 School of Medicine 理工学部 Faculty of Science and Technology 総合政策学部 Faculty of Policy Management 環境情報学部 Faculty of Environment and Information Studies 看護医療学部 Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care 薬学部薬科学科(4年制) Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacy (4 Years) 薬学部薬学科(6年制) Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacy (6 Years) 慶應義塾大学へ進学合計 Total students advancing to Keio University

2016

2018

2019

2020

2021

10

(7)

4

(2)

8

(6)

10

(7)

9

(7)

10

(7)

22

(8)

22

(7)

22

(7)

22

(7)

18

(5)

22

(6)

10

(7)

10

(8)

10

(7)

10

(4)

10

(9)

10

(7)

10

(7)

10

(8)

10

(7)

10

(8)

10

(9)

10

(4)

15

(5)

15

(7)

18

(8)

15

(9)

15

(5)

15

(8)

2

(2)

2

(1)

2

-

2

(1)

2

(1)

2

-

6

(2)

1

-

4

(1)

0

-

6

(1)

4

(3)

15

(8)

15

(5)

11

(4)

19

(2)

14

(6)

12

(3)

15

(5)

2

-

9

(3)

15

(6)

14

(4)

6

(4)

1

(1)

4

(4)

2

(2)

1

(1)

1

(1)

2

(2)

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

-

1

(1)

0

-

1

(1)

1

(1)

3

(3)

0

-

0

-

(52)

86

(43)

97

(46)

107

(48)

99

(48)

94

(45)

106

慶應義塾大学以外へ進学 Schools other than Keio University 卒業生 合計 Total Graduates

2017

0 106

(52)

過去の慶應義塾大学以外への進学先 / In previous years, graduates attended other than Keio University: Art Institute of Chicago (USA), Brown University (USA), College of Mexico (Mexico), New England Conservatoryof Music (USA), New York University (USA), Pratt Institute (USA), Soka University of America (USA), Stanford University (USA), State University of New York (USA), Swarthmore College (USA), The Julliard School (USA), The University of St. Andrews (UK), University of San Francisco (USA), Vocational School (USA), Wellesley College (USA), Persons School of Design (USA), Columbia University (USA) 東京大学、福岡大学(医)、国際医療福祉大学(医)、酪農学園大学 (獣医)

0 86

(43)

3 100

(2) (48)

2 109

(48)

0 99

(48)

2 96

(45)


Appendix4

<Entrance Examination Results for 2020-2021>

① Recruiting Number of Students

Grade 9

Year

Total Applications Submitted

Total Applicants

Total Enrolled

Admit Rate

*(

Grade 10

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 9

Grade 10

2020

2021

2020

2021

2020

2021

2020

2021

2020

2021

2020

2021

(B)

43(14)

27(14)

68(26)

40(14)

27(8)

16(9)

44(18)

35(15)

21(6)

13(9)

34(13)

20(10)

From Japan

36

18

46

30

22

11

34

22

20

11

25

16

(C)

43(14)

27(14)

68(26)

40(14)

26(8)

16(9)

42(18)

35(15)

21(6)

13(9)

34(13)

20(10)

36

18

46

30

21

11

32

22

20

11

25

16

(D)

13(6)

15(10)

16(5)

21(7)

11(3)

5(1)

16(7)

12(8)

7(2)

4(4)

13(5)

3(2)

From Japan

10

11

8

15

8

3

9

8

6

3

10

1

13(6)

15(10)

16(5)

19(7)

11(3)

5(1)

14(5)

11(8)

7(2)

4(4)

13(5)

3(2)

From Japan

10

11

8

15

8

3

8

7

6

3

10

1

(C/D)

3.3

1.8

4.3

1.9

2.4

3.2

2.6

2.9

3.0

3.3

2.6

6.7

From Japan

Total Admits

All Exams yield approximately 90 students: male and female 9th and 10th graders.

(A)

Grade

(E)

)indicates the number of female applicants

* The column ‘From Japan’ indicates the number of applicants from Japan 2020

2021

AO Exam (Fall)

FALL ADMISSIONS

Regular Entrance Exam

SPRING ADMISSIONS I

AO Exam (Spring)

SPRING ADMISSIONS II