General Course

 In this course all students in their first year study the same subjects (excluding Art).
However, in their second and the third years, students are divided into either the Cultural Course or the
Science Course.
There they concentrate on the subjects most relevant to their future ambitions based on individual choice.



The subjects for the cultural course

Compulsory

Integrated Japanese    Contemporary Japanese B    Classical Japanese B  World History A   
Contemporary Sociology    Politics&Economics Mathematics I Mathematics Ⅱ Mathematics A  
Basic Physics   Basic Chemistry   Basic Biology    PE  Health    Art I/Ⅱ(Music   Fine Art  Calligraphy)
Basic Home Economics  English Communication I/Ⅱ/Ⅲ  English Expression I/Ⅱ  Information Study  
the Period for Integrated Studies

Electives

Practical Japanese  World History B   Japanese History B   Geography A/B  Ethics    Mathematics B Practical Mathematics   Practical Biology   Practical Chemistry  Practical English


The subjects for the Science Course:
Compulsory

Integrated Japanese    Contemporary Japanese B    Classical Japanese B  World History A   
Contemporary Sociology    Politics&Economics Geography A/B   Mathematics I Mathematics Ⅱ
Mathematics A  Mathematics B   Basic Physics   Basic Chemistry   Basic Biology    Chemistry   PE  Health    Art I (Music   Fine Art  Calligraphy)   Basic Home Economics  English Communication I/Ⅱ/Ⅲ
English Expression I/Ⅱ  Information Study   the Period for Integrated Studies

Electives
Mathematics III  Practical Mathematics  Biology   Physics

Foreign Language Course

 As already mentioned, this is the oldest foreign language course in a senior high school in Japan.
Naturally, great importance is attached to the learning of English being the major subject
offered,
utilizing the two fully equipped language laboratories. In the third year, students can choose either German,
French, Chinese or Spanish as a second foreign language. It is not common in a Japanese high school to
learn a foreign language other than English. For those hoping to enter science related universities and
institutions, we prepare the subject choice to secure their path in this field.
The students can learn foreign languages from overseas teachers who are native speakers.
We always have exchange students from other countries, who make friends with our students.
Every year we welcome to our school quite a few guests from overseas with whom we often plan
international goodwill events. On these occasions students can have opportunities to use their foreign
languages ability in real situations. We are proud that students can study in an international atmosphere.


The subjects

Compulsory
Integrated Japanese    Contemporary Japanese B    Classical Japanese B  World History A   Contemporary Sociology    Mathematics I Mathematics Ⅱ Mathematics A  Mathematics B
Basic Physics   Basic Chemistry   Basic Biology    PE  Health    Art I (Music   Fine Art  Calligraphy)
Basic Home Economics  Comprehensive English   English Expression   Cross-Cultural Understanding
Second Language (French  Chinese   Spanish   German)    Information Study 
the Period for Integrated Studies
Electives

World History B   Japanese History B   Geography A/B  Ethics    Politics&Economics 

Mathematics Ⅲ  Practical Mathematics  Practical Biology   Practical Chemistry Chemistry      Physics   Practical Chemistry     Practical Biology   English Understanding   
Current English

Mathematics and Science Course

 This course provides opportunities for students to develop a board outlook and with the ability to develop
special skills in Nature Studies. Not only do we prepare them for the curriculum that will make them take
more interest in Natural Studies, but the curriculum very useful for university entrance examinations, because
almost all of them hope to enter science related universities.
Besides studying many high level science and mathematics subjects in class, they are given opportunities to
listen to lectures by some university professors. They are also given group related study tasks and are 
expected to give their research projects papers to the teachers and students at the end of the year.
Above the systematic understanding of science and mathematics that is taught, attention is given to training
in flexible thinking.


The subjects 

Compulsory

Integrated Japanese    Contemporary Japanese B    Classical Japanese B  World History A   
Contemporary Sociology    Geography A/B   M&S Mathematics I M&S Mathematics Ⅱ
M&S Mathematics Studies  M&S Physics   M&S Chemistry   M&S Biology    PE  Health    
Art I (Music   Fine Art  Calligraphy)   Basic Home Economics  English Communication I/Ⅱ/Ⅲ
English Expression I/Ⅱ  Information Study   the Period for Integrated Studies   Task Study

Electives
M&S Physics  M&S Biology
 (M&S = Mathematics and Science Course Special)
 

Humanities Course

 The students of this course are expected to be specialized in Japanese, English and Social Science, to
continue pursuing the studies of these fields in universities and in the future to contribute to the
development of society on a global scale. For this reason, we prepare the curriculum very useful for
university entrance examinations. Besides studying many high level subjects relatied to humanities
in class, they are given opportunities to listen to lectures by some university professors, jounalists,
deplomats and lawyers. They are also given opportunities to do some fieldwork outside the school,
visiting UNESCO World Heritage sites in Nara, experiencing excavations of archiologically interesting ruins,
observing historical and traditional cultural events (eg. ‘Omizutori (water-drawing ceremony) of Todaiji Temple.’)
and so on.


The subjects 

Compulsory

Integrated Japanese    Contemporary Japanese B    Introduction to Classic Literature  
Classical Literature Studies     Classical Chinese    Literature and Critics    World History A   
Contemporary Sociology    Current Issues    Ethics   Mathematics I Mathematics Ⅱ Mathematics A  Basic Physics   Basic Chemistry   Basic Biology    PE  Health    Art I (Music   Fine Art  Calligraphy)   Basic Home Economics  English Communication I/Ⅱ/Ⅲ  English Expression I/Ⅱ  Japanese and English Comparison   Information Study  the Period for Integrated Studies    Cultural Studies I/II

Electives
Japanese Language Studies   Hum. World History I/II    Hum. Japanese History I/II  Mathematics B  Mathematics Drill  Practical Chemistry  Practical Biology    Practical English
 (Hum. = Humanities Course Special)

Numbers of Classes and Students
Grade No. Classes
& Students
Gen.
Course
F.L.
Course
M & S
Course
Hum
Course
Total
1 No. Classes 5 2 1 1 9
No. Students 200 80 40 40 360
2 No. Classes 5 2 1 1 9
No. Students 200 80 40 40 360
3 No. Classes 5 2 1 1 9
No. Students 200 80 40 40 360
Total No. Classes 15 6 3 3 27
No. Students 600 240 120 120

1080

N.B. Gen. = General F.L.= Foreign Language Hum. = Humanities M & S = Mathematics and Science