Initiatives in Each Subject

 Japanese is not only an academic subject but one through which we lean essential communication skills. Japanese expressions are sometimes not direct, so it is sometimes difficult to understand what the speaker or writer actually means to say. Studying ambiguous expression and their usage is important for us to be able to communicate well with each other. We need to study how such expressions evolved in order to be able to use them correctly, so reading classical literature is important.
 Also, a deeper level of the study of Japanese can enrich our lives and contribute to our overall experience.
History, Geography, and Civics
 There are many issues that arise in modern society. How should one go about analyzing and solving these problems? The purpose of our humanity subjects is to provide students with the means to make judgements and decisions themselves. Our social studies program has equal focus on the humanities (Japanese history, world history, geography) as well as civic studies (Modern societal studies, Politics/economic studies) and aims to help our students develop the necessary skills to become internationally minded and well-rounded individuals. Also, our newly established local tourism course aims to create young minds who can take on the task of delivering new societal and economic growth for the future.
 Mathematical ideas are used in our daily lives. For example, quadratic functions are involved making dish antennas, trigonometry is useful when competitors are planning their throwing events in track and field and calculus can be seen in the engineering of roads.
 The teachers of our math department aim to instill in our students a knowledge of mathematics which will benefit them in their future regardless of whether it is to be able to analyze things in daily life critically or whether it is to help them succeed in getting to higher education.
 We aim to give inspiring classes which get to the essence of science for students. We want our students to look forward to learning something new in class every day.
 In order to raise their interest in natural science, cultivate their ability and motivation to do scientific research, we have our students learn by doing experiments, observations. We try to use ICT when possible, for example using projectors and tablets. This helps them to grasp basic scientific concepts, principals and laws even more. We encourage our students to make presentations giving them the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills.
Health and Physical Education
 Through working together in team activities our students are given opportunities to work on their communication skills, to work on their approach to team work and to engage actively in physical activity.
 We make it a goal for our students to enjoy exercise. Our physical education program allows our students to engage actively in improving their own health over the three years.
 Our health education also seeks to aim to educate our students about the importance of health, safety and how to better improve their own personal well-being. We also focus on the importance of the health of our communities and the protection of our environment.
 Our aim is for our students not only to acquire the necessary knowledge while at school but also to continue to lead healthy lifestyles after graduation.
‘English opens up possibilities for our future.
 English a tool for communication, and one that has to be developed. Our school aims for students to heighten their four skills of English communication (listening, speaking, reading and writing) and to develop practical English skills. In order to facilitate this, we have integrated aspects of training, self-study, group meetings and using a variety of ICT tools to our English course.
 We have also established tasks for our students to exchange ideas and thoughts using tablets when they work in groups. We believe that the best way to approach English is to actively engage in the language, pushing ourselves a little further as we go without worrying too much about making mistakes. We also want our students to open your eyes to the world around them.
Home Economics
 Having our students acquire the skills to live in a rapidly changing society is the focus of our classes. In Home Economics, which all the students study, they learn basic knowledge about clothing, food and shelter as well as focusing on issues and problems facing their generation. We also aim to help each student build on their own identity. Also, the students can choose Fashion Design or Food Design in the second and third grade.
 First year students have the option to study music, art or calligraphy. Second and Third year students can then to choose to pursue their studies further in more technical aspects of either music or art.

 Appreciating a broad range of music, students who study music will be given the opportunity to develop performance skills through chorus and piano performances during the course of their studies.
 Art studies provide our students with the opportunity to attempt a wide range of techniques. Using oil paints to put what they have imagined on canvas, designing new innovations, metal and wood work are all skills our students are able to develop.
  Calligraphy lessons give an opportunity to examine the fundamentals of writing while giving students the opportunity to express themselves using a brush. In doing so, they can develop their own expressions and enjoy the traditional art-form as a whole.
/ Information Technology
 Since job categories are also diversified with corporate office automation, our students learn the necessary knowledge and skills to engage in many companies.
 Students foster the ability to understand the role of business that supports the economic society, and cultivate the abilities and attitudes to conduct business activities rationally and practically.
 Our students strive to acquire the qualifications that they can use in the future such as bookkeeping, word processing and information processing qualifications etc.
Special time
 We strive to put our institution’s slogan of Dignity and Dedication into practice in the local community. Our school designates time for our students to participate in volunteer work, as well as events taking place in the local area. These include volunteer activities at welfare institutions for the elderly, participation in locally run events, and holding special lectures every year. Marie Louise Kambenga, President of the Society for Thinking about the Education in Rwanda, gave one such lecture in 2015.