Shibuya Junior and Senior High School
|Shibuya Junior and Senior High School|
Shibuya Ward, Tokyo Prefecture
|Other name||Shibu-shibu (渋渋|
|School type||Private Secondary School|
|Motto||Japanese: 自調自考, romanized: jichōjikō|
(Seek and Think for Oneself)
|Sister school||Makuhari Junior and Senior High School|
Waseda Shibuya Senior High School
|Age||12 to 18|
Shibuya Junior and Senior High School (Japanese: 渋谷教育学園渋谷中学高等学校, romanized: Shibuya Kyōiku Gakuen Shibuya Chūgaku Kōtō Gakkō) is a private co-ed secondary school in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, Japan. People commonly call the school Shibu-Shibu for short. Only the junior high school accepts new students. The senior high school only accepts students coming up from the junior high school. Students go to each school for three years (for a total of six years).
Overview[change | change source]
Shibuya Kyoiku Gakuen (Japanese: 学校法人渋谷教育学園, romanized: Gakkō Hōjin Shibuya Kyōiku Gakuen) is the educational institution that runs Shibuya Junior and Senior High School. Students go to the school for six years. The school is in Shibuya, Tokyo. One of the school's goals is to develop students' skills in succeeding in an international society. The school is highly ranked as one of the top ten most competitive junior high schools in the country. Recent rankings put it at 4th place in Tokyo and 8th place nationally.
Educational objectives[change | change source]
The school has three main educational objectives:
- 自調自考, jichōjikō, 'self investigation, self thinking'
- 高い倫理感, takai rinrikan, 'high moral standards'
- 国際人としての資質を養う, kokusaijin toshite no shishitsu o yashinau, 'cultivate qualities as a citizen of the world'
Notable alumni[change | change source]
- Setsuko Inoue - Volleyball player; Silver medalist at the 1968 Mexico Olympics
- Misato Nakamura (中村美里) - Judoka; bronze medalist of 2008 and 2016 Summer Olympics; gold medalist of 2009 World Judo Championships, 2011 World Judo Championships, and 2015 World Judo Championships
- Sarah Asahina (朝比奈沙羅) - Judoka
- Beni Takemata (竹俣紅) - Professional shogi player
- Eri Okamoto (岡本英理) - Photographer
- Suzume Uchida (内田すずめ) - Painter
- Rika Kawasaki (川崎理加) - NHK announcer
- Erina Iwata (岩田絵里奈) - Nippon TV announcer