Class Updates (Feb - Mar 2022)
With the spread of the new coronavirus Omicron strain, we are currently conducting online classes. Although the number of newly infected people has been decreasing since last week, we have decided to continue online classes until Tuesday, 15th March, with the safety of students and faculty members as our top priority.
However, for the convenience of graduation, guidance and surveys for the new year, face-to-face classes will be held at school on Friday, 25th February, Friday 4th March, and Friday, 11th March. In addition, the final exam on Wednesday, 16th March, the graduation ceremony on Thursday, 17th March, and the final class on Friday, 18th March will be held face-to-face.
We will inform you about classes and any changed on our homepage and Facebook page.
Tuesday, 15th March
Online Classes held via ZOOM Mon - Thurs
Friday, 25th February
Friday, 4th March
Friday, 11th March
Face-to-face classes held at school on Fridays
Friday, 25th February
Please bring all homework from 28th Jan - 24th Feb
Also, new homework and materials will be distributed
Wednesday, 16th March
Final exam held at school
Thursday, 17th March
Graduation Ceremony will be held at Tokyo Fuji University.
Participation of all students is required
(graduates and existing students)
(This may change depending on the pandemic situation)
Friday, 18th March
Face-to-face class will be held at school
(ONLY for current students)
Wear a mask at all times
Gargle, wash your hands, and disinfect frequently
3 Avoid C's (crowded / close / closed)
Don't go to places with a lot of people
Do not get together to eat, drink or have a party
If you have a fever, sore throat, or cough, go to the hospital immediately
If you have any problems, please contact the school
If you suspect that you or your roommate is infected, wear a mask at home and avoid as much contact as possible.
If you have any problems, contact the main office on 03-6233-8175
About Face-to-face Classes
Building 1 will be open from 07:30 for students wishing to avoid rush hour mornings.
Wear masks, check temperature, ventilate, disinfect hands, and social distance in the school building.
If you suspect that you are infected with coronavirus, do not go to school.
If you have any of the following symptoms, you may be infected with the new coronavirus Omicron strain, so be sure to visit a medical institution (fever outpatient department) where you can perform a PCR test. Fever (37.5℃ or more), Cough, Fatigue, Throat pain, discomfort, Runny nose, stuffy nose, Headache, etc.