Introducing Hiroshima Saniku Gakuin

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Hiroshima Saniku Gakuin is a private Christian co-educational boarding institution of secondary education, whose educational philosophy stresses the harmonious development of man's physical, mental, and spiritual powers.

The school is comprised of a Junior High school, a Senior High school, and an Elementary school. It is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and is part of a nation-wide system of Adventist schools. Other SDA schools in Japan include: 5 kindergartens, 10 elementary schools, 2 junior high schools, and one college. These schools are part of a world-wide system of schools operated by the church - the largest Protestant education system in the world.

Hiroshima Saniku Gakuin offers a unique style of student life, partly because it is a boarding institution with students coming from all over Japan, from Hokkaido to Okinawa, and partly because it remains small enough (approx. 310 students) to retain something of a family atmosphere. As well as promoting academic excellence, Hiroshima Saniku Gakuin encourages its students to participate in the physical, social and spiritual elements of life which combine to make up a balanced education.

Hiroshima Saniku Gakuin is also accredited by the Prefectural Board of Education as a school catering for Japanese returnees, providing them with a smooth transition back to a Japanese educational system.


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