OVERVIEW

■Founded in 1937 by Yonekichi Koga
■Schools
 ・Ichikawa Junior High School (J1-J3)
 ・Ichikawa Senior High School (S1-S3)
 ・3 Kindergartens (K1-K3)

  • Founder: Yonekichi Koga

  • Chairman: Masaichi Koga

  • Principal: Akira Miyazaki

FACILITIES

  • Main Campus - Buildings: Total 33,200 ㎡ / Outdoor Facilities: Total 28,900 ㎡

  • School Building: 26,600 ㎡

  • Koga Memorial Arena: 4,800 ㎡

  • Kunieda Memorial International Hall: 1,800 ㎡

  • Multipurpose Ground: 16,134 ㎡

  • 1st Sports Ground: 25,487 ㎡

  • 2nd Sports Ground: 15,711 ㎡

  • Baseball Ground: 8,216 ㎡

  • Dormitory - Keiwa (Near School Campus)

CURRICULUM & PROGRAM

Overseas Study Programs

  • Global Understanding

    Ichikawa Junior and Senior High School fosters global understanding. Students have chances to acquire cultural knowledge and build on their academic ability for their future dreams through Overseas Study Programs in Canada, at our sister schools in New Zealand, and Cambridge Univ. & Oxford Univ., Eton College in the UK, Dartmouth College in the U.S. and through a firm relationship with our sister school in China. Junior high grade 3 students go on a school trip to Singapore. Furthermore, our school accepts overseas students and helps students pursue opportunities to study abroad.
  • Designated as a “Super Science High School” (SSH)1st (2009-13) , 2nd (2014-18) & 3rd (2019-23) Term 

    SSH: A special model school designated by MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) to educate and encourage top students in science and engineering. A further aim is to develop an excellent educational system in science.
  • UNESCO Associated School

    Ichikawa Junior and Senior High School has been a UNESCO Associated School since 2012. Our subjects of research are international education, environmental education, and science instruction.
  • The World-Wide Learning (WWL) Project

    The WWL Project was launched in 2019 by MEXT. Its goal is to bring together internationally-minded individuals from various nations to build a global community who can share ideas for the good of our world.
  • Alumni Association
    The number of graduates: 39,375

    • Junior High / Senior High School Crest

Curriculum (Classes: 6 days a week)

  • Junior High School

    • Contemporary Japanese Language
    • Algebra
    • Music
    • Industrial Arts
    • Japanese Classics
    • Geometry
    • Art
    • Home Economics
    • Geography
    • Biology
    • Physical Education
    • Moral Education
    • History
    • Earth Science
    • Kendo
    • English Conversation
    • Civics
    • English
    • Dance
    • 10-Min Morning Reading
    • Calligraphy
  • Senior High School

    • Contemporary Japanese Language
    • Modern Social Studies
    • Earth Science
    • Music
    • Information Technology
    • Japanese Classics
    • Mathematics
    • English
    • Art
    • World History
    • Physics
    • Physical Education
    • Calligraphy
    • Japanese History
    • Chemistry
    • Health
    • English Conversation
    • Geography
    • Biology
    • Kendo
    • Home Economics

STUDENTS’ SPORTS AND CULTURAL CLUBS (ASSOCIATIONS)

    • Baseball
    • Handball
    • Rugby
    • Soccer
    • Basketball
    • Volleyball
    • Tennis
    • Table Tennis
    • Track and Field
    • Gymnastics
    • Skiing
    • Cheer Dance
    • Swimming
    • Sumo Wrestling
    • Kendo
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Biology
    • Physical Geography
    • Mathematics
    • Shogi & Go
    • Tea Ceremony
    • Railway and Trains
    • Cooking
    • Quiz
    • Orchestra
    • Choir
    • Brass band
    • Art
    • Calligraphy

EVENTS

1st Term

Apr.Entrance Ceremony (J/S)

June. Athletic Meet (J), Art Appreciation (J/S)

Summer
Vacation

July.Summer School - Mt. Fuji (J1), Kyoto & Nara (J2) Overseas Study Program - Eton College (J3-S2), Boston (S1/S2)

Aug.Overseas Study Program - Cambridge Univ., Oxford Univ. (J3/S1), Canada (J3) Empowerment Program (S1/S2)

2nd Term

Sep.School Festival (J/S)

Oct.Ball Games Competition (S)

Nov.School Excursion - Singapore (J3), Okinawa (S2)

Dec.Thank The Year Concert (J/S)  Winter Vacation

3rd Term

Jan.Admission Examinations (J/S)

Feb.Chorus Competition (J)

Mar.Overseas Study Program - New Zealand (J3/S1),
Ichikawa Academic Day (J/S)
Graduation (J/S)
Spring Vacation

These events in bold type were canceled, but several online programs are held in place of them.

ACCESS

Ichikawa Gakuen Ichikawa Junior & Senior High School
2-38-1 Motokitakata, Ichikawa-shi, Chiba 272-0816, Japan