Keio Academy of New York 慶應義塾ニューヨーク学院


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Keio Academy of New York

Spring Campus



Since its establishment in 1990, Keio Academy of New York has accepted students from thirty different countries.    Information sessions are held in the US and Japan as well as other major cities.  There are three admission periods in every admission year. Applicants may apply up to three times.

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On Campus

 video artwork by Andy Yamada '02 (gift)



Keio at sunset


The curriculum is based on both the American and Japanese systems. Classes are taught mainly in English, but Japanese is compulsory for all. It is School policy that English must be spoken throughout the day. Teachers encourage students to participate in class and cultivate independent thinking. Debating and public speaking are an important part of the curriculum, as is the study of citizenship.     Learn More

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Academic Extension

For Senior Academic Extension (Grades 11&12), regular additional academic courses in literature, history, technology and science are held for all year groups in order to broaden their thinking and academic experience. These are taught outside the standard timetable. For Junior Academic Extension (Grades 9&10), These courses consist of passages for reading and discussion in English in small groups.         Learn More

Arts and Music at Keio Academy

Art & Music

A Saturday morning program for Juniors (Grades 9 and 10) ensures that there is plenty of opportunity for students to learn about and experience the performing arts. Concerts and plays are performed as part of this program. Sunday trips into New York City are arranged as an extension to this program.      Learn More


Lecture Series

The Keio spirit as represented by Fukuzawa Yukichi has, since its beginning, championed the concept of Transpacific Studies. The transnational context in the 21st century makes the transpacific imperative more realistic. We should not only imbibe western ideas but also digest them and create our own “voice” in the tricultural milieu consisting of American, Japanese, and Keio cultures.     Learn More


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