Admissions

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The Application Process

Horizon Japan International School welcomes applications of students from all socio-economic, ethnic, religious, linguistic and national or international backgrounds who seek a challenging academic program and active participation in an inclusive, diverse and multicultural community.

HJIS Online Application Form with all of the required documents needs to be completed within a month of the submission of the initial registration. Students are accepted on a space-available basis throughout the current school year. Applications are released in January for the upcoming school year that begins in August.

There are five steps to complete the application for Horizon. Please see below for specific information on each step.

Applications and documents can be submitted to the admissions office only through the online application form.

To enquire about availability of seats, request more information or to book an admissions appointment, please contact the Admissions Office at +81-45-624-8717 or admissions@horizon.ac.jp

We strongly suggest prospective families visit our campus, view the facilities, meet our staff and see our school in action. Admissions team members will be available to answer questions you may have.

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Preparation

Review our Admissions Policy 

Prepare the following documents*: 

  • Academic Records for applicants for Grade 1 – 12
  • Proof of payment of the application fee of 20,000 JPY
  • A photocopy of the student’s passport or birth certificate for verification of birth date
  • Photo of the student and guardian(s)
  • A guarantee letter from your company if it is paying the school fees and tuition
  • Teacher’s recommendation letter for Primary and Secondary school applicants 

 

*Please check our Admissions Handbook for more detailed Information 

Assessment  and Parents Interview 

After your online submission, your child may or may not then be invited for an interview and placement assessment. A placement assessment helps us determine the placement and whether English-as-an-Additional-Language (EAL) or other specialized assistance is required.

 

Admission Decision

After reviewing the assessment results and previous school records, the school will decide whether the child may register. Families will be notified as soon as possible of the outcome of the process by email and it is at this stage that the actual registration takes place.

Enrollment

Admissions office will determne first day of the school and family orientation will be organized (if applicable).

WIDA Test (for English as an Additional Language (EAL) Learners ) will be coducted.