From 11th to 12th grade, students build their basic academic skills and decide which colleges they would like to apply to. They gradually establish good study habits as they get used to school life. Furthermore, students are encouraged to develop strong characters based on “Four Qualities of Globally Educated Persons” through club activities and events.
From 11th grade, Okinawa Shogaku High School formally organizes classes based on the students intended college choices, grades, etc. This encourages students to develop friendly competition with their friends who have similar ambitions.
There are five course divisions: University of Tokyo / Medical Departments at National and Public Universities / Shogaku Pioneer Course α, International Baccalaureate / and Shogaku Pioneer Course β. This allows students to effectively study subjects such as English and Math based on their development and learning goals.
There are six courses based on students’ college choice, motivation, and progress in designated course materials. They are the University of Tokyo / Medical Departments at National and Public Universities / Elite / Liberal Arts and Sciences Universities / International Baccalaureate / and Shogaku Pioneer Course β. Classes are aimed to prepare students for the entrance exams based on their target universities. There is no enrollment limit for each course.
Students can change their course when advancing to 12th grade. If enough students apply, a Liberal Arts-focused course and Science-focused course will be opened. In the 12th grade, practical exercise classes are emphasized accompanied by classes directly linked to entrance exams based on the National Center Test for University Admissions and second-stage exams. Furthermore, some teachers offer supplementary classes on Saturdays and holidays to help students improve their weaknesses.
Okinawa Shogaku carries out check tests for each subject. Students’ learning progress is regularly assessed by examinations and mock examinations. The school also aims to ensure that all students are able to maintain basic academic skills by implementing supplementary lessons and individualized teaching when necessary.
Our goal is for students to find their strengths and enroll in a college that is right for them, allowing them to become self-actualized and make a contribution to society in whatever future path they choose.
※Depending on colleges that students want to enter, the Liberal Arts Courses and the Science Course will be opened.
University of Tokyo and Medical Departments at National and Public Universities Course
Shogaku Pioneer Course α
Medical Departments at National and Public Universities Course
International Baccalaureate Course
Shogaku Pioneer Course β
The Science at National, Public, and Private Universities Course
The Liberal Arts at National, Public, and Private Universities Course
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