From November 17 to 19, UWC ISAK Japan Grade 10 students received a special visit from an Ainu family. It deepened their understanding of cultural diversity and indigenous cultures in Japan. Ainu representatives led workshops about their language, art, and textile motifs.
Written by Marian for ISAK Insider (Thailand / Class of 2023).
$100,000 prize in the Global High School category for East Asia and the Pacific
We are thrilled to announce that a group of UWC ISAK Japan students won
Written by Pema (Bhutan / Class of 2022)
The school’s environmental club has been shortlisted for the Zayed Sustainability Prize, an annual $600,000 award that is split between six winning schools.
Towards a more eco-friendly campus
Just as the new school year was about to start in the summer of 2020, UWC ISAK Japan students had a special opportunity of learning from the Ainu of Japan. A group of our students hosted a representative of
Few would argue that 2020 was a rollercoaster of a year. For recent grad Gab Ponon (Philippines / Class of 2020), the past twelve months delivered a year with more ups and downs than he could have imagined. But a
A special effort in international diplomacy earned three UWC ISAK Japan students a Changemaker Award for their work to promote constructive dialogue between the youth of Japan and Korea. The award was given to Junpei (Class of 2022 /
In a world of inequality, obtaining a full scholarship to attend UWC ISAK Japan allowed me to experience the most powerful advantage of money: the ability to think of things besides money.
Growing up in Venezuela
The young girl from
James Earwood moved with his family to Japan in 2017 to join the UWC ISAK family. Inspired by a budding interest in Japanese historical sites and his passion for cycling, James recently started a YouTube channel, where he documents his