International school is changing. A completion ceremony was held for 19 Japanese high school students aiming to graduate from high schools in Japan and the United States at the same time, broadening their career and future options. Eleven affiliated

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International school is changing. A completion ceremony was held for 19 Japanese high school students aiming to graduate from high schools in Japan and the United States at the same time, broadening their career and future options. Eleven affiliated high schools also gathered to talk about the future of international education. U.S. Dual Diploma Program Spreading at Domestic Global Preparatory Schools Expanded to 23 schools nationwide in just 2 years

While attending high school in Japan, you can acquire a diploma from a prestigious American school online.
JAAC Japan-American Studies, which operates the “PCD Global Campus, US Dual Diploma Program”
The Jutsu Center consists of 23 domestic preparatory schools that focus on global education, and the PCD Global Campus.
Japan Alliance” signed a contract with a member school, and in just two years of opening the program, the number of students participating in the program
With over 120 students, a program completion ceremony will be held on January 29, 2023 (Sunday) for the first batch of 19 students. [Image 1d69917-14-63e55cef78f8d7c292b6-0.png&s3=69917-14-27911b7f2b7a035851c5725fead4610f-1879x355.png
This program is a two-year online education program for students of member schools (second year of junior high school to second year of high school), and is awarded a diploma from Providence Country Day School, a prestigious school on the east coast of the United States. Earn credits through live classes taught by US high school teachers and through assignments using online teaching materials. Students take a total of 9 subjects in this program, and when combined with the credits earned in high schools in Japan, they acquire the credits necessary for graduation. there is
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It is possible to improve the English skills (academic English skills) required at overseas universities while in high school, and two countries, two high school graduation qualifications are recommended admission to high-ranking universities in the United States, benefit-type scholarships The fact that the path to obtaining a degree is clearly presented is a great attraction, and it tells us that it is highly evaluated by domestic preparatory schools that focus on global education.
Toshifumi Tsuzuki, vice-principal of Ikubunkan Junior and Senior High School, where 15 students are already enrolled in the program, said, “For the graduates of the program, admission to 19 prestigious universities ranked in the top 5% in the United States is
guaranteed.・There is no other precedent for this program.” was the main reason for joining the alliance. In addition, “PCD Global Campus is an international education program that is being developed in 22 countries around the world. It is also a great attraction that a variety of physical activities are provided abundantly, such as training and summer programs at the local main school.”
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Each member school, together with the PCD Global Campus DDP Management Secretariat, will set up a complete support system, including on-campus program briefings, individual counseling, program admission procedures, and learning guidance during the program period. The above-mentioned Vice Principal Watanabe said that when he entered the program, his English proficiency was about level 2 of the Eiken, but he said, “I was worried that the students at our school would really be able to keep up. There are no students with poor grades.I believe that this program is beneficial not only for returnee students, but also for all students who dream of playing an active role overseas.” I predict deaf.
PCD Global Campus will hold the first DDP completion ceremony at the Tokyo American Club on January 29th (Sunday) with a visit to Japan by a representative of PCD Global Campus and the Director of Educational Affairs. In addition, the first member school forum was held with the aim of strengthening the network among member schools through the exchange of opinions on the efforts of each member school.
PCD Global Campus Japan Alliance member schools (October 2022) Kanda Jogakuen Junior and Senior High School (Tokyo)
Nihon University Sakuragaoka High School (Tokyo)
Morimura Gakuen Junior and Senior High School (Kanagawa)
Ikubunkan High School (Tokyo)
ID Gakuen High School (Wide area communication system/credit system) Kaetsu Ariake Junior and Senior High School (Tokyo)
Himeji Jogakuin Junior and Senior High School (Hyogo)
Seiryo Junior and Senior High School (Tokyo)
Shotoku Gakuen Junior and Senior High School (Tokyo)
Yokohama Seifu High School (Kanagawa)
Showa Gakuin Junior and Senior High School (Chiba)
Kanto Gakuin Mutsuura Junior and Senior High School (Kanagawa) Kyoto Kouka Junior High School/High School (Kyoto)
Takatsuki Junior and Senior High School (Osaka)
Hiroshima Nagisa Junior and Senior High School (Hiroshima)
Shinwa Junior High School/Shinwa Girls’ High School (Hyogo)
Josai Junior and Senior High School attached to Josai University (Tokyo) Fukui High School attached to Fukui Institute of Technology (Fukui) Seibu Gakuen Bunri Junior and Senior High School (Saitama)
Hiroshima Jogakuin Junior and Senior High School (Hiroshima) J. F. Oberlin Junior and Senior High School (Tokyo)
*In no particular order
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