Kumon Kokusai Junior/Senior High School (KKG) is a co-educational private school unique in that it has no set school uniform or school rules. Although the six-year curriculum is conducted in Japanese, the school emphasizes international understanding and has a high percentage of returnee students and students with foreign citizenship within its student population of just under 1000 boys and girls.

In 2014, Kumon was selected as one of only 50 schools throughout Japan to take part in the Japan Ministry of Education's "Super Gobal High School" programme. The programme aims to nurture students who are internationally well-grounded.

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School Features

The features of the school include:

  • A large University-style campus that is divided into three sections or "Zones". Each zone houses two grades.
  • A dormitory catering to students from all over Japan.
  • A multi-level English programme designed to fulfill the needs of all students from beginners to the most fluent speakers. There are five full-time native speakers in the English department.
  • A curriculum supported by the Kumon Study Method which allows students to advance at their own pace.
  • An active student body responsible for large portions of school life.
  • Activities for international understanding including Japan's first international Model United Nations Programme.