Shigakukan High School, is located in Japan’s 4th largest city, Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture. Aichi, situated on the pacific coast of central Honshu, is home to many global industries such as Toyota, Noritake, and Brother.
Shigakukan High School is managed by Shigakkan University, along with a Junior College and Kindergarten. Originally Chukyo Sewing Girls School was established in 1905, before changing its name to Chukyo Women’s University High School in 1948. Our new name Shigakukan commemorated a fresh start as a coeducational High School in 2005.
We presently have over 1500 students supported by more than 100 faculty members, and over 30,000 graduates since our founding.
Once again, we warmly welcome students, full of hopes and dreams. Major changes were demanded of schools and society due to Covid-19 over the past few years. Although, we have struggled with the need for masks and vaccines, the light at the end of the tunnel is in view, so let us continue to take responsibility for our actions.
We at Shigakukan are proud to assist our students realize their dreams. We have departments: General, Home Management, and Business, for each of our diverse group of students to realize their full potential.
Furthermore, we support club activities and numerous school events, to ensure each of our students accomplish an abundant high school life. We inspire Shigakukan students to pursue their dreams through proactive study, sport, and friendship. We instill the spirit of Dream Chaser, the title of our school song, in the hope that all our students reach their maximum potential.
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