West Zone of Shizuoka Prefecture Educational Support Information for Foreign Children Publisher Hamamatsu NPO Network Center

Guidebook for entering Senior High School in Shizuoka Prefecture

Only about 60% of the foreign students enter into senior high school. This percentage is considerably low when compared with Japanese students. It happens because some students drop out of primary school or junior high school. There are others who want to get in senior high school but are not able to go because of financial reasons, or the lack of understanding of their parents.
We think that it is important to make getting in senior high school a viable choice for them. To increase the education continuance rate and to decrease the number of children who are not attending to school, we need to provide enough information to give them could a clear vision of their future in Japan.

Therefore, N-Pocket have been organizing the [Guidance of entering a Senior High School] and providing information through the [Guidebook for entering Senior High School] and consulting since 2004.
We published the Guidebook in 6 languages: Easy Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, English, Tagalog and Chinese for foreign children and their parents be able to understand the Japanese educational system and how to enter into senior high school in Japan.
Feel free to download and print the File of the guidebook. (No needs permission of use but we will be glad to hear your opinion about the guidebook.)

  • Uploaded HTML and PDF ver. new. (Updated on March, 18th, 2020)
  • The guidebooks ver. 2020 (HTML) with the newest information were updated. (Updated on December, 5th, 2019)
  • Uploaded PDF ver. 2020. (Updated on December, 5th, 2019)

Guidebook for entering Senior High School in Shizuoka Prefecture 2020

English HTML PDF
Japanese (Nihongo) HTML PDF
Portuguese (Português) HTML PDF
Spanish (Español) HTML PDF
Filipino/Tagalog (Tagalog)   PDF
Chinese (中国语)   PDF

*This site and contents was made by Hamamatsu NPO
Network Center (N-Pocket) with the donation of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. and Hamamatsu Fundation for Intelnational Communication and Exchange (HICE) (2011-2019). It is not the project by the Hamamatsu city or Shizuoka prefecture.

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