AICJ Junior & Senior High School (Hiroshima)

Website:  http://www.aicj.ed.jp/english.htm (in English) http://www.aicj.ed.jp/(in Japanese)

2-33-16 Gion, Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima 731 0138
Phone +81 82 832 5037 Fax: 082-875-5364  Email

AICJ Junior & Senior High School is a bilingual private Japanese school that offers the IB Diploma Programme taught in English. It has been an authorized IB World School since June 2009.

The school accommodates 420 students in the junior high school and 220 students in the senior high school. The junior high school follows a tailor-made curriculum which satisfies Japanese MOE requirements. Most subjects in grades 7 and 8 are taught in English and in Japanese, and lead students to an immersion English programme in grade 9. This programme benefits students who wish to pursue their further studies overseas.

The school’s junior high school staff are licensed teachers from Japan and overseas, teaching Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Design Technology, Physical Education as well as English. Our foreign teachers are currently from New Zealand, Australia, Philippines, India, Mauritius,United Kingdom, Malaysia and the United States.

The head of the school is Carolyn Solomon. The school has boarding facilities and is open to male and female students.

7 thoughts on “AICJ Junior & Senior High School (Hiroshima)”

  1. This school seems great! I am very interested in going to a Japanese school, but currently live elsewhere. If anyone has more information on this school’s acceptance of exchange students, please tell me!!! Thanks alot~!

  2. Is there some way to contact someone at the school to have my high school students communicate with students at this school? My students are reading the John Hersey novel, Hiroshima, and I would like them to have some communication with Japanese students.

  3. We are living in South Africa and would like our son to come study in your school. He is Lethabo Ramekgoe born in 2002 and currently doing grade 9.
    Kindly sent us info on possibilities.
    Thank you

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