October 28, 2013

Boys Soccer move on to the semi-finals for Tokyo!


After their 1-0 win on Oct 21, the boy's soccer team has moved up to the semi-final match for Tokyo on November 9 against Takanawadai.

The whole school will be going to the 11/9 game, which kicks off at 11am at Nishigaoka soccer stadium, only a 10 minute bus ride from Akabane station near Seiritsu. Anyone needing tickets should contact the school.

Good luck boys!

準決勝 全校応援(高校3年・中学3年以外)
11/9(土) 11:00kick off 西が丘サッカー場にて vs 東海大高輪台高校

October 5, 2013

October 13th starts boy's soccer drive for Nationals!


On Sunday, October 13th, the Boy's Football (Soccer) Club's official A team will be playing in the 2nd round of the Tokyo A Block National qualifier series. There are 4 rounds to get to the finals, which will be broadcast live on local TV on November 16th. The team that wins the finals goes to Nationals at the end of December.

The upcoming game kick-off time is 11:30am at the Jissen Gakuen School field, which is the opposing team. To get there take the Chuo Line from Shinjuku west to Takao, then it's a 7 minute walk.

To see the whole tournament drawsheet and links to locations, click here.

Good luck boys!

October 4, 2013

Mongolian Junior High School students visit Seiritz!

In July, a group of Mongolian junior high school students visited Seiritsu for a week. It was a great international experience for our students because the focus was on sharing our school while making new friends from Asia.


October 4, 2013

Cultural day: karate club demonstration!


During the school's annual Culture Fair (bunkasai) last Saturday and Sunday, the junior & high school karate club put on an excellent karate demonstration. The demonstration included full club basics, 3 teams kata performances, sport fighting demonstrations and board break the girls and boys. Check out some of the pictures below!









October 3, 2013

Seiritsu Culture Festival 2013!

Seritisu was alive and buzzing with activity as it held its annual cultural festival on the weekend of September 28-29.


This year's theme was 'happiness', and it certainly fit the carnival atmosphere as everyone had fun throughout the two days.

The English Conversation Club ran its now-annual fortune telling stand, with the rise in Japanese student members over last year helping out and impressing everyone with their English skills.


The stage was busy with demonstrations, music, and dance performances throughout the festival.




The cheerleading group also put on a great show!


The weather also held out, providing a perfect warm weekend for everyone to remember.



about Seiritsu

Seiritsu Gakuen is a private co-educational high school created in 1925 and it is located in Tokyo, Japan.

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