Rokko Junior and Senior High School

Rokko Junior and Senior High School is a private Catholic secondary school for boys located in Kobe City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. Founded by the Jesuits in 1937, it was the first Jesuit secondary school in Japan. The school offers an integrated middle and high school education for boys and does not recruit at the high school level.[1]

Rokko Junior and Senior High School
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Location
Kobe City
,
Japan
Information
TypePrivate secondary school
Religious affiliation(s)Catholicism
DenominationJesuits
Established1937; 85 years ago (1937)
GenderBoys
Enrollment1,100
Websitewww.rokkogakuin.ed.jp/public_html/eng/index.html

Academics and activitiesEdit

Total enrollment is approximately 1,100 students.[2]

There is no examination for admission to high school except to fill vacancies.[2] While all English classes aim at entrance to Kyoto University, students can choose from three levels of mathematics education.[3]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ROKKO JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL". www.rokkogakuin.ed.jp. Retrieved 2017-08-16.
  2. ^ a b "六甲学院中学校 | 中学受験の情報サイト「スタディ」". www.study1.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved 2017-08-16.
  3. ^ Zoos and (lucky school) school of value - course selection school exam high school junior (boys' school Kansai + mixed-sex school in 2001) (high school exam school choice course). 2000. ISBN 401008958X.

Coordinates: 34°43′41″N 135°13′37″E / 34.7281°N 135.2269°E / 34.7281; 135.2269