Keio Gijuku's Philosophy for Establishing a High School in the United States

  1. To provide a place of bilingual and bicultural secondary education for the children of Japanese parents assigned abroad.
  2. To educate talented young students who, with a full international experience, are capable of understanding diversity and who will play active and significant roles in a global society.
  3. To culturally serve the neighboring communities in which the school is located.
  4. To establish an institution to promote academic, cultural, and educational activities overseas.

The curriculum at Keio Academy of New York is based on both the American and Japanese education systems. Depending on curriculum needs, classes are taught in English, Japanese, or both languages. Teachers encourage students to cultivate independent thinking with a broader, flexible perspective while respecting diversity. In this way, students learn to deepen their insights and how to express themselves.

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