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School Life in iGlobal Division

iGlobal School Events

April
・Entrance Ceremony
・New student orientation
May
・Sports Festival
・Midterm Exams
・College Briefing Session
June
・University Information Session
・Art Exhibition
July
・Final Exams
・Closing Ceremonies
・Special Lectures
・English Intensive Study
August
・University Summer Camp
(1st Year)
・English communication
program
・University Campus Tour
September
・School Festival
10October
・Midterm Exams
・Trip to San Francisco
(2nd Year)
11November
・Cross country
・Career interview
12December
・Final Exams
・Closing Ceremony
・Special Lectures
January
・University admission test
 (3rd year)
February
・University entrance
examination(3rd Year)
March
・Final Exams
・Graduation Ceremony
(3rd year)
・Special Lectures
(1st and 2nd years)
・Closing Ceremony

School Trip to San Francisco (USA)

※ October Participation

iGLOBAL STEAM Students final presentation during their comprehensive study at a prestigious university in the United States will be made using school tablets. Students will present their research results in English to other students and professors from one of the world’s top research universities. They will challenge to talk about their research achievements by making full use of my English abilities cultivated in the EIRI Language Arts English classes. While studying at university, I can experience life as a Japanese student studying abroad at an American university.

Visiting High Tech Companies in the USA

We will visit high tech corporations and research facilities, such as the Intel Museum in the heart of Silicon Valley where the world's most advanced information industry gathers. It is this type of experiential learning that inspires innovation and gives students personal insights into creating the world of the future.

Diversity and Cultural Experience

Students explore the city of San Francisco by themselves. Using tablets, students will make a video in English that introduces the city of San Francisco and considers the diversity of people from various countries that make up the city. Having the tablet at all times provides a secure safety system that allows teachers always to track students' positional information.

Visiting a National Park

Students visit Yosemite National Park and experience America's natural wonders first hand.

Overseas & Domestic Global Cultural Experience

Students have a chance to stay overseas for a period of one to two weeks during long vacation and participate classes and cultural programs or study English. Participants acquire more than just language skills, they gain a deeper understanding of the diversity of cultures and ways of thinking needed as an active member of a global society.

iGlobal Daily Schedule

  • 8:15
  • Going to School

    Together students make their way to school on a flat road from the nearest station (Tokyu Toyoko, JR Yokohama Line “Kikuna” Station, about a 7-minute walk)

  • 8:15 - 8:30
  • Morning Review

    Students take a short quiz using their tablets which allows teachers to monitor the degree of understanding of course content and make adjustments or mentoring if needed.

  • 8:30 - 8:40
  • SHR

    Morning attendance and announcements from the home room teacher about the schedule of the day and learning goals.

  • 8:45 - 12:35
  • Morning Classes

    There are four-morning classes which are 50 minutes each.

  • 12:35 - 13:10
  • lunch break

    There are four-morning classes which are 50 minutes each.

  • 13:15 - 16:05
  • Afternoon Classes

    In the afternoon, there are three-afternoon classes which are 50 minutes each. (On Wednesday there are only two-afternoon classes.)

  • 16:05-16:15
  • HR/Cleaning

    After announcements and or homeroom activities, students will clean the homeroom and prepare for club or returning home.

  • After School

    Students can meet with their tutor teacher and review the morning quiz or study material that they fully did not understand in class. Students can also participate in a club, online English classes and collaborative projects with universities and companies.

iGlobal Facilities

Students study in a new school building compatible with IoT

ILearning environment supervised by Dr. Ken Sakamura

The first time in the world IoT (Internet of Things: Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo, Toyo University), who was advocated the idea of ​​IoT (everything connected through the Internet), supervised by Toyo University I will study at the corresponding school building. It is the state-of-the-art facility equipped with the whole building wifi support, short focus projector, and Makers’ Hub (electronic work space with 3D printer, laser cutter, scanner etc installed).

⇒For a video tour of iGlobal Division Facilities, please click here to start.

iGlobal Makers' Hub

An electronic work space with a 3D printer, laser cutter, paper cutter, and scanner. Have an idea for a cute accessory? Well you can easily create it using “3D printer” or “laser cutter” when you want to make it. In addition, students can also create “character” with support of teachers using design software. Based on what students make, becoming an entrepreneur within their reach.

Student Tablets

The tablet acts as the students virtual assistant. It is used in classes, at home, in extracurricular activities, as well as many other places. The tablet will help students better understand themselves and help them realize their goals.

Digital Signage

Using digital signage transmission of information from paper to digital is the first step in realizing a sustainable environment in the iGlobal Division. Digital signage provides the most up to date source of information for students and are installed on each floor.

3D Printer

iGlobal has two 3d printers that allow students to easily turn ideas into reality. Being able to move from concept to prototype to evaluation, gives students the experience of working in an agile environment.

Smart Locker

Smart lockers are design to pe opened using a smart card. Students in learn to code a smart card that allows them to open and close the lockers. From this simple programming project, students learn to code and experience how “apps” are an important part of the world we live in.

ILearning environment supervised by Dr. Ken Sakamura
iGlobal Makers' Hub
Student Tablets
Digital Signage
3D Printer
Smart Locker

iGlobal Uniform

Dark blue blazer with wine red piping and Tartan check skirt.
A classic design that is comfortable for everyday school life.

Blazer
A modern take on the classic navy blue blazer with red piping around the collar.
Skirt
A plaid skirt based on the same colors and pattern of the original skirt designed by the founder, Ms. Takagi.
Tie
A navy tie with red accents. You can wear either the tie or the ribbon to suit your mood.
Ribbon
A navy ribbon with red accents. You can wear either the ribbon or the tie to suit your mood.
Summer Skirt
A summer skirt with a brighter pattern than the winter skirt.
Summer Shirt・Vest
A sax blue shirt and white cotton vest for a cool and relaxing look.
Summer Shirt・Vest
A sax blue shirt and navy cotton vest for a cool and relaxing look.
Cardigan

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