Over the weekend, our entire UWC ISAK Japan community, from staff, students and faculty to students’ families and board members, were on campus to celebrate the graduation of our beloved second class of graduates! It was truly a day of
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Written by Gary Goodwin Mr. Goodwin teaches Global Politics and Theory of Knowledge (ToK) at UWC ISAK Japan.
As students study various subjects here at UWC ISAK Japan, it is important that they learn content and also strategies that they
Written by Angeles (Class of 2018, Venezuela)
The warmer weather has undeniably been a blessing for our intrepid explorers in the Outdoor Education program! We had a plethora of exciting trips the past month, from bouldering to hikes, that allowed
Written by Brendan McGibbon Mr. McGibbon teaches G10 Design Innovation and IB Music. He is also the Activities Director at UWC ISAK Japan.
This year UWC ISAK started a new program to support students in the boarding houses and it
If you walk around campus, you are sure to come across someone proudly wearing a UWC ISAK Japan hoodie. These hoodies were designed and sold by our very own Merch Club, which was just started this year by some very
Cultural Days are back! After a short interlude, we came together to celebrate European Cultural Day on April 13th. Our European students decided to change things up a little, and do away with the traditional show at the end of
Written by Daisuke Masui Mr. Masui teaches G10 Japanese at UWC ISAK Japan. He is also the Grade Level Coordinator.
“Why do I want my students to learn what I want them to learn? Why is it so essential to
Written by Emily (Class of 2018, Japan/USA)
Some of the Grade 12 Chinese class students alongside Ms. Chien enjoyed cooking a variety of 中国菜 (Chinese dishes) last Wednesday! Our menu included 饺子 (dumplings),宫保鸡丁 (Kung Pao chicken), 西红柿炒鸡蛋 (fried eggs with tomato), 红烧肉
On April 7th and April 8th, we held the Interfaith Festival! Centered around the theme “Shin-gi-tai (心技体) – Body and Space: Feeling the Infinite“, the event invited members of our community to engage with the three major relationships in their
Written by Izumi Tsurumi Ms. Tsurumi coordinates the Leadership program at UWC ISAK Japan.
“A creative life is any life when you consistently, habitually, routinely and constantly choose the path of curiosity over the path of fear” – Elizabeth Gilbert