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HIGASHINO HIGH SCHOOL

ABOUT OUR SCHOOL

English name Eishin Gakuen School Foundation Higashino High School
Managing Director Susumu Nakagawa
Principal Yoko Kitamura
Address 112-1 Nihongi, Iruma City, Saitama Prefecture, 358-8558
Phone +81 4-2934-5292
Limit Capacity of Students 1,050 350 in each grade
Land Area 64,786.89 ㎡

HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL

1925 Eishin Gakuen (Elementary school) was established where is currently known as Nishi-Tokyo City.
1985 The Eishin Gakuen corporate headquarter was moved to Iruma City in Saitama Prefecture and Higashino High School was opened.The school building and lay-out design was planned by Professor Christopher Alexander.
2005 The20th anniversary ceremony of the school's opening was held.
2007 The school uniforms for students were introduced. Comprehensive courses for university exam/entrance were coordinated and inaugurated.
2011 The construction of an artificial turf field was completed, and the entirety of the central courtyard was paved in order to provide safe and comfortable accessibility.
2013 Completion of a new building "Study House 21" which is equipped with digital study rooms.
2014 The beginning of school overseas excursion. The first destination was Southeast Asia.
2015 The ceremony for the 90th anniversary of the founding of Eishin Gakuen and for the 30th anniversary of the opening of Higashino High School was held.
A commemoration ceremony was conducted along with the publication of a magazine.
2016 The overseas excursion’s destination was changed from Southeast Asia to Canada.
2019 The class names will be changed, as follows; International “I” Class, Super “S” Class and Advanced “A” Class

CLUB ACTIVITIES

  • Physical Activity Department

      • ● Baseball
      • ● Dance
      • ● Boys’ Soccer
      • ● Girls' Soccer
      • ● Track and Field
      • ● Table Tennis
      • ● Badminton
      • ● Hardball Tennis
      • ● Archery
      • ● Kendo
      • ● Volleyball
      • ● Girls' Basketball
      • ● Boys' Basketball
  • Cultural Activity Department

      • ● Wind Ensemble
      • ● Choir
      • ● Pop Music
      • ● Theatre
      • ● Traditional Arts
      • ● Tea Ceremony
      • ● Calligraphy
      • ● Go
      • ● Japanese Chess
      • ● Art
      • ● Photography
      • ● Manga Study
      • ● Literature
      • ● English
      • ● Biology
      • ● Home Economics
      • ● Broadcasting
      • ● Table-talk Role Playing Games

MAIN ANNUAL EVENTS

  1. 4APRIL

    • ● Opening Ceremony

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  2. 5MAY

    • ● Camp for 1st Grade Students
    • ● School Open House

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  3. 6JUNE

    • ● Open House for Regional People
    • ● Sports Festival
    • ● Parent, Teacher and Student Meeting
    • ● English Proficiency Test (for every student)

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  4. 7JULY

    • ● Founding Anniversary
    • ● Summer Seminar
    • ● Summer Australian Overseas Language Studies (open to applicants)

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  5. 8AUGUST

    • ● Summer Seminar
    • ● Study Camp

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  6. 9SEPTEMBER

    • ● Cultural Festival (“Eika” Festival)
    • ● Audiovisual Classroom (Lectures from celebrities)

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  7. 10OCTOBER

    • ● English Proficiency Test (for every student)

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  8. 11NOVEMBER

    • ● School Open House
    • ● School overseas excursion to Canada (for 2nd Grade Students)

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  9. 12DECEMBER

    • ● Winter Seminar
    • ● Study Camp

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  10. 2FEBRUARY

    • ● Ski Training Camp
    • ● Parent, Teacher and Student Meeting
    • ● School Open House

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  11. 3MARCH

    • ● Graduation Ceremony
    • ● Spring Seminar
    • ● Guidance for New Entrance Students

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