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Frequently asked Q's

This is a collection of frequently asked questions about enrollment selection, curriculum, school life, etc.

Can I take the aptitude test in English?

Only Japanese is available. At first, junior high school classes are mainly in Japanese, and we want to evaluate Japanese language proficiency in the aptitude test, so we will conduct it in Japanese.

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Is it possible to apply from outside the prefecture? Also, is there a frame outside the prefecture?

You can apply regardless of the place of residence of the parents / examinee.
In addition, we will not set up a frame outside the prefecture.

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How many people can enroll?

There are 40 people. As a general rule, 20 boys and 20 girls.

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Is there a system to reduce the burden on parents?

各種支援制度として

○Junior high school
・Municipalities have a school support system that provides support for school supplies to parents of students who are found to have difficulty attending school due to financial reasons. Please contact the board of education of the municipality where you live.
・Hiroshima Prefecture also provides medical expenses and school lunch expenses to parents of students who are found to have difficulty attending school due to financial reasons.

○High school
・Students in households with less than a certain amount of income (municipal tax income percent less than 507,000 yen) can use the high school enrollment support fund, so there is no real burden of tuition (9,900 yen per month).
・There is a scholarship system for high school students in Hiroshima prefecture.

There are various other systems, so please contact us from the inquiry page for details.

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I'm not good at English, is that okay?

Not only in English classes, but also in subjects taught in English, we will learn with the first priority being to acquire English proficiency as well as the content of the subject. We want children to enroll with the feelings of “I like English,” “I want to study using English,” and “I want to communicate my opinion in English and understand the opinions of others and collaborate.” thinking about.

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Can I study abroad?

It is possible.
In the case of high school, whether or not studying abroad is accepted as credits at our school depends on the school and period of study abroad, so please consult with us individually.

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What kind of career path do I have after graduation?

At our school, we have a policy of providing guidance to each student to independently choose their own course for the future they want to realize. We will carry out educational activities to think together about a course suitable for the realization of the future and to acquire the power necessary to proceed to that course.
The course after graduation depends on each student, and the basic policy is that the school will support it.

Perhaps some students will go on to universities at home and abroad, while others will start a business, and I assume that there will be a variety of career paths.

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Can I go home or go out on weekends?

You are free to go home or go out within the designated time on holidays.
When you go out of the dormitory, you can basically move by bicycle owned by the school. You are also allowed to bring your own bicycle.
In addition, during long holidays such as Golden Week, summer vacation, autumn vacation, winter vacation, and spring vacation, the dormitory will be closed, so all students will return home.

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How will the meal be served?

Except during the closing period, the contractor cooks three meals every day (not in the delivery).
The service is provided by the cafeteria method, and students are responsible for serving and cleaning up.

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I think it's a difficult age to interact with men and women. Is it possible to monitor the dormitory sufficiently, including holidays? What kind of sex education do you do?

The boys’and girls’ buildings are separated by separate buildings, giving maximum consideration to privacy and discipline. In the dormitory area, dormitory staff, including faculty and staff, are stationed and supervised.
In addition, we will provide sex education through health and physical education classes, etc.。

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It is said that English proficiency is not required for the entrance examination. Should I acquire English proficiency by the time of admission?

In the entrance examination, English ability is not required for both the first and second selections. For this reason, our school does not present the English proficiency that should be acquired by the time of admission, but we will try our best to learn English at Hiroshima Eichi Gakuen Junior High School by experiencing English in foreign language activities at elementary schools. I hope you will enter the school with feelings. Currently, we are closely grasping the situation of each student and providing appropriate guidance according to individual needs.

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How can I apply?

Application registration and payment of admissions selection fee will be done through the Internet application system. Information on how to register your application will be provided in the enrollment selection implementation guidelines that will be announced after September.

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What should I do with my resident card if I am going to school from outside the prefecture?

Although it is not a condition for application to live in the prefecture, we ask that you change your resident card after going on to school.

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Do you have a uniform?

There is. The following uniforms will be worn during ceremonies such as entrance ceremonies and graduation ceremonies and activities designated by the school. There are blazer jackets for spring, autumn and winter uniforms, and short-sleeved polo shirts for summer uniforms. As a general rule, trousers and skirts are free. In addition, it is not compulsory to wear it in daily classes and dormitory life except on ceremonial days.

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Do you have club activities?

At our school, we do not take the style of “doing the same activities every day” like the club activities of other schools. For this reason, please note that we will not carry out activities such as “I will do my best in specific sports and cultural activities, aiming for prefectural and national competitions.” As for the content of after-school activities, the school will prepare a certain program, but on the other hand, the school will not prepare everything, but will respect the independence of the students themselves.

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Can I continue my current lessons?

Please contact us individually. Basically, we think that you can continue the lessons that students can go directly from the dormitory, but at our school, we are engaged in various activities even after school and on weekends. We find it difficult to return home frequently and continue my lessons.

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How do you deal with medical institutions and emergencies?

There are 5 internal medicine departments, 1 surgery department, and other dentistry departments on the island, and it is possible to deal with normal injuries and illnesses (see pp.14-15 of the school guide for the location of the hospital). In an emergency, ambulances and doctor helicopters can also be operated.

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Is it possible for parents to go to school to meet their students on weekends? Is there a space that can be used when parents go to see them on holidays?

It is possible for you to come to school. The dormitory administration building has a space where students and parents can talk. There is no accommodation space in the dormitory, so please use private accommodation.。

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Is there a pick-up service when I go home?

We will not pick you up on regular Saturdays and Sundays. Parents will be required to pick you up or use public transportation. When returning from a long vacation, we will prepare a bus from the port on the island.

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What are your thoughts on security? How do you keep your students safe in the dormitory?

Visitors are required to register and wear a name tag. For those who are not accepted and those who do not wear name tags, the faculty and staff will actively speak to you.
There is a clear distinction between open and non-open areas, and all dormitories are non-open. Also, regarding the open area, it is not always open, and the opening time will be set clearly. We will also install an electric lock gate.

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Is it possible to take another high school when I go on to high school?

Since our school is an annexed junior and senior high school, it is a general rule that you will do your best for 6 years at our school after enrollment. We will consider a good path together. After that, if you decide to take an examination to go on to another school, you will not be able to go on to our high school.

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