June 13, 2018

Intro blog from American student Kosei

Hello my name is Kousei, and I'm staying at Seiritsu for 3 weeks. I'm a Japanese born in America but I only know a little Japanese. It's a long story. All the staff in Seiritsu are very friendly and they try to speak English to you. Even the students here try to speak English to me, even though I'm really quiet. If your a Japanese American, or even if you are a foreign who wants to study in Seiritsu or visit here I think you would love your experience. You should try!! It's not going to hurt. I'm the one on the right in the picture below.


June 4, 2018

Laurence's May blog


Hello everyone! JET teacher Laurence here.

So many things changed at the international department in May! The biggest thing being, of course, preparing the new international room. It is called the SGC. SGC stands for Seiritsu Global Center. The room will serve many purposes. In the SGC, students can read English books, study, practice for the TOEFL and TOEIC tests. They can also enjoy English media during lunch time and after school.

The SGC will also be the new office for the JET teachers and some of the international staff.

Sometimes, the SGC will also be used as a classroom too.

Finally, a few times a week, there will be seminars in the SGC about lots of different topics. We are very excited to bring all of these things to Seiritsu Gakuen in a way that is accessible and useful for the students.

If you come to Seiritsu, please visit the SGC! It’s on the second floor of the taiku (orange) building.

Thank you for reading! See you next month!


June 1, 2018

Teresa's May blog


Welcome back to Seiritsu News. You are probably wondering what the graph is representing. Let me tell you in one word: Heat.

Goodness, the sun is shining like it’s a Hollywood celebrity and subsequently frying me from the outside in. Everyone, be sure to wear sunscreen. You should actually wear sunscreen everyday even in those dark, cloudy days. Let’s be proactive in protecting our health.

Speaking of health, let’s be sure to hydrate ourselves. Signs of dehydration include: dry mouth, headaches, dizziness, dark yellow urine, dry skin, and low energy. With so much at stake, let’s drink that cup of water even if you think you don’t need it!

Happy summer times!



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

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