Aoyama Gakuin Yokohama Eiwa

124 Maita cho Minami-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Japan. 232-8580 Tel.045-731-2861 Fax.045-721-5340

Teamed up to Aoyama Gakuin

Today, countries all over the world are experiencing rapid changes, including in education circles. We took both our schools’ condition and necessity as a reason to make changes for the next generation. Both Aoyama Gakuin and Yokohama Eiwa Gakuin are Methodist schools: The purpose of this partnership is to fulfill the Great Commission and ensure excellence in education. Aoyama Gakuin Yokohama Eiwa starts to be a coeducational school in 2018. We teach that you can find your mission from God, and you can spend life pursuing a career. We have chosen to teach both boys and girls. Our school motto is to “Purify your heart and serve others.” – We are going to carry this out and make an effort to produce people who can help others and contribute to society.

What is a partner school relationship?

A partner school relationship is a junior and senior high school which have relationships with a specific university. The schools are run independent from each other. By satisfying a condition between the university and high school, high school students are allowed to be admitted as first priority.

Admission to Aoyama Univ.

All of those who want to be admitted into Aoyama University. and have fulfilled all conditions can be recommended.

Co-education in 2019

■entrance examination; Those who want to enter our school, must take an entrance examination of 4 subjects from 2018.

■School Lunch; We will continue our school lunch system. In regards to notcition we are going to consider the physical difference between boys and girls.

■Brother School; We are negotiating with schools to which boys can be accepted as international students and live with local families.

■Clubs; We are planning to have clubs accept boys. However, due to the influence of space, the gymnastic club and soft-tennis club cannot do so.

Aoyama Gakuin University

Aoyama Gakuin University consists of three schools which were established by three missionaries from the Methodist church in America in the early Meiji Era. In 1927, the girls’ and boys’ schools were integrated into what is now Aoyama Gakuin University. In 1949, after WW2, it was Aoyama Gakuin University that opened under a new system by the reformed education system. They were renewing departments and adding a graduate school. Now it has 10 departments, 24 courses, 12 graduate schools.