The 1st year students (Athletes, Global, and Medical) went to Inner Tainai at the top of February for a day of skiing! Being in snow country, we would not be a proper school if we didn’t embrace the nature around […]
One of our students has been participating in an online course offered by Stanford University. Using a computer for distance learning, she has been studying about the history and relations between the U.S.A. and Japan, and discussing many topics with […]
A few days ago, we had a Christmas party to celebrate the upcoming winter holiday! About 20 students joined, and most of them brought small presents for our secret present exchange. We played games, enjoyed hot cocoa, listened to Christmas […]
Our 2nd year global class organized a Christmas party for all the 2nd year students at Kaishi! About 80 students and teachers gathered in the school library and we enjoyed 6 events. First we played a quiz game about Santa […]
Today, seven of our Global course students headed out to Nagaoka for the TOEFL exam! We offer it twice a year for 2nd and 3rd year students in the Global course. We can’t wait to see how they’ve progressed!
Today, the 16 students at our school got to watch a video (in Japanese) from their penpals in America. The American students even sang a song in Japanese! We …need to send something back to them. Maybe a Christmas song?
Starting this week, we are beginning a language exchange with the students of Lebanon High School in Lebanon, Tennessee, USA. There, about twenty of the students in a Japanese class are talking with our students through email, Skype, Facebook, and […]
Kaishi Kokusai had its 2nd school festival on October 16th, 2016. The students had been preparing for weeks, working to set up food stalls, games, face painting, and more! The school opened up for about 4 hours for students, families, […]
Each year after the September final exams, the students at Kaishi spend the afternoon playing sports. Usually, they form into teams based on their homeroom classes. This year, we played kickball and volleyball! The students had a great time, although […]
Last week, we had Mr. Max McAuley from Lebanon Valley College talk directly to our students via Skype. He works in the International Admissions department at LVC, and helps international students jump into studying in America. He talked for about […]