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What is CHIST?

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Parents and guardians of children with Japanese nationality have a responsibility to send their children (Elementary school for 6 years, Middle school for 3 years) to receive Japanese compulsory education under the School Education Act.
 
Our school as a free school will provide students an opportunity to attend our school, who are unable to attend state school for a variety of reasons. 

The purpose of CHIST, as a free school, is to develop young people capable of playing a role on the international stage by providing elementary and junior high school education in English for children and students with foreign nationality, and for who are not familiar with the conventional Japanese school environment conducted based on the Japanese custom of group education, based on the spirit of Buddhism.

 

Eligibility for Admission


The Elementary school of CHIST is for children aged 6 years or older, the Junior High school of CHIST is for students aged 11 years or older, and the High school of CHIST is for students aged 15 years or older. 

Applicants with Japanese nationality who are relevant to the age of Japanese compulsory education must be restricted to children of parents or guardians who have been granted deferment or exemption from the obligation of school attendance based on the School Education Act. 

Applicants with Japanese nationality who are enrolled at authorized schools based on the School Education Act will be accepted if they are not familiar with the conventional Japanese school environment and do not or cannot attend state school due to psychological, physical or social factors.