International Christian University High School

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International Christian University High School
Koganei, Tokyo
School type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Christianity
Founded 1978
Headteacher Ichiro Nakamura
Grades 10-12
Gender Co-educational Male:Female 1:2
Age 15 to 18
Pupils 720
Average class size 40 (home room) 20 (lessons)
Campus size 75,869.88m2
School colour(s) Blue      Gold     
Nickname ICUHS, ICU High
Team name ICUHS Falcons
National ranking Joint 7th
Affiliation International Christian University

International Christian University High School (国際基督教大学高等学校, Kokusai kirisutokyō daigaku kōtōgakkou) is a private high school located in Koganei, Tokyo, Japan.


International Christian University High School was founded in 1978 and is dedicated to the principles of the Christian faith and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The purpose of the school is to educate young people by providing them with the academic and social skills needed for making decisions based on eternal values, while cultivating a discriminating intelligence necessary for becoming responsible citizens of the world.

About two thirds of the student body are students returning to Japan with valuable educational experiences abroad. Classes are divided according to achievement levels.

The whole curriculum is directed towards both high academic and high moral standards and is designed to prepare its graduates to proceed to a broad spectrum of first-rate universities. Students who show outstanding results in academic studies and school activities are recommended to ICU.

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Coordinates: 35°41′23″N 139°31′51″E / 35.68972°N 139.53083°E / 35.68972; 139.53083