Welcome to Seiryo Junior-Senior High School’s Website
Seiryo Junior-Senior High School is a comprehensive six-year co-ed institution.
Our junior high school students are 12 to 15 years old and our high school students are 16 to 18 years old. The majority of our students go on to four-year degree programs upon graduation.
Along with academic studies, our students actively participate in sports, after-school clubs, festivals and many other academic and cultural pursuits.
We have a robust and active international program that features relationships with sister schools throughout the world.
We aim to develop a set of core values among our students that will help them become more understanding of different values and cultures.
We hope this leads to their increased contributions to the creativity and strength of a new era.
Seiryo Junior and Senior High School is a secondary institution located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Established in 1975, Seiryo High School emphasizes academic achievement, athletic and cultural pursuits, and environmental awareness. Established in 2011, Seiryo Junior High School utilizes a comprehensive 6-year curriculum which aims to send its graduates to top universities in Japan.
Seiryo Junior and Senior High School has an annual enrollment of approximately 1400 students across four academic tracks.
Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology
SEIRYO Junior High School Principal : KAZUHIRO WATANABE
SEIRYO Senior High School Principal : KAZUHIRO WATANABE
- Do everything earnestly
Think of others and act responsibly
- To develop students that are healthy, independent and highly educated
To teach students to be original and independent learners
To have students respect culture and tradition
- To teach students the fundamentals of scholastic aptitude, and to appreciate each educational opportunity
To educate students on living with vitality and aspiration
To have students be disciplined, healthy and safe
To impart upon students the importance of nature and living peacefully with others
Global Education and International Relationships
The Global Education Department makes it a goal to raise international awareness among our students so that they will be able to effectively navigate global issues now and in the future. With that in mind, the school aims for “international exchange” to become a regular part of student lives.
Our students have the opportunity to participate in short- and long-term exchange programs with sister schools in the USA and Australia. This opportunity provides students with the chance to communicate with their international peers and host families in English, and learn about cultures different from their own.
- Global Connections
- Seiryo has sister school relationships with five schools around the globe.
Students partake in reciprocal short- and long-term exchange programs with each of the schools.
Cannon Hill Anglican College is a private institution located in Brisbane, Australia. The college is a co-ed school that teaches approximately 300 students from elementary to high school.
The college has high educational standards and offers a strong language program, with many students studying Japanese and French.
More than 95 percent of the graduates continue on to higher education, including at top universities like Queensland University and Queensland University of Technology.
Our students visit Cannon Hill annually for a two-week homestay program during the third-term. We also host two exchange students annually in the winter. Our relationship with he college stretches back over a decade.
Mount Clear College is a public high school located in Ballarat, Australia, about a 90-minute drive from Melbourne. Mt. Clear College has a strong international program that offers lessons in Japanese, Chinese, and German. The campus has a specialized language and science building dedicated to foreign language studies and international students.
Our school visits Mount Clear College annually and this year we hosted two exchange students in the third term.
Seiryo is a member of the UNESCO Associated Schools group.
From the UNESCO ASPnet website:
UNESCO Associated Schools practice peace and international cooperation in order to realise the ideals of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as set forth in the Constitution of UNESCO.
To share information and experience through exchanges between schools around the world and students and teachers by utilizing the UNESCO ASPnet.
To develop and refine new educational curricula and methods to prepare young people to deal with global issues.
New Academic Year Ceremony
Student Proficiency Exams
Orientation camp (first-years)
Day Excursion (second- & third-years)
School Founding Anniversary
Parents Teacher Association Assembly
School Festival “Seiryo-sai”
Career course lecture(first-years)
University Professors’ Lecture (second-years)
Term Closing Ceremony
- August（Summer holidays）
Summer special class
SEIRYO English Immersion Program
Vocational school visit High School/University Summer Experiments Course(second- & third-years)
Term Opening Ceremony
Student Proficiency Test (first- & second-years)
Emergency Preparation Drill
Student Council Elections
Course Selection Lecture for Literature (first-years)
Course Selection Lecture for Historical inquiry (second-years)
Course Selection Lecture for Scientific inquiry (second-years)
University Professors’ Lecture (first- & second-years)
School Trip (second-years)
Term Closing Ceremony
Winter special class
Term Opening Ceremony
Junior high school Entrance Examinations
Final Exams (third-years)
Student Proficiency Exams (first- & second-years)
SDGs Research Presentation Meeting
High school Entrance Examinations
Alumni Induction Ceremony (third-years)
Graduation Ceremony (third-years)
Final Exams(first- & second-years)
Student Council Elections
End of the Year Ceremony
University Exam Experience Lecture (second-years)Spring holidays
Overseas Language Program
- Culture Clubs
- Art Club
- Biology Club
- Photography Club
- Physics Club
- Shogi & Igo Club
- Astronomy Club
- Literature Club
- Math Club
- Audio Visual Club
- Japanese Red Cross (JRC) Club
- Drama Club
- Ceramics Club
- Brass Band Horticulture Club
- Research Club
- Tea Ceremony Club
- Sports Clubs
- Soft Tennis
- Table Tennis
- Track & Field
2015 University Acceptances
- National and Public University［79］
- The University of Tokyo［1］
- Tohoku University［1］
- Tokyo Institute of Technology［1］
- Yokohama National University［1］
- Kobe University［1］
- Chiba University［2］
- Kanazawa University［2］
- Shizuoka University［26］
- Hamamatsu University School of Medicine［1］
- University of Shizuoka［10］
- Shizuoka University of Art and Culture［2］
- Tokyo Metropolitan University［1］
- Osaka Prefecture University［1］
- Yokohama City University［1］
- Tsuru University［4］
- University of Government Program［1］
- National Defense Academy of Japan［1］
- Private University［483］
- Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology［20］
- Waseda University［7］
- Keio University［1］
- Sophia University［2］
- Tokyo University of Science［10］
- Gakushuin University［2］
- Meiji University［9］
- Aoyama Gakuin University［10］
- Rikkyo University［6］
- Chuo University［12］
- Hosei University［15］
- Kansai University［5］
- Kwansei Gakuin University［4］
- Doshisha University［3］
- Ritsumeikan University［12］
- Seikei University［6］
- Meiji Gakuin University［11］
- Dokkyo University［2］
- Tsuda College［2］
- Kyoto Women’s University［3］
- Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal Arts［2］
- Nihon University［16］
- Toyo University［10］
- Komazawa University［11］
- Sensyu University［7］
- Kitasato University［2］
- Showa University［1］
- The Nippon Dental University［1］
- Juntendo University［9］
- Tokyo Women’s Medical University［1］
- Shibaura Institute of Technology［3］
- Tokyo University of Agriculture［6］
- University of the Sacred Heart［1］
- Nanzan University［1］
- Tokoha University［60］
- Chukyo University［5］