Educational Policy

Educational Policy

Discover the joy of unravelling the world’s many mysteries. Develop the self-confidence and strength to set and achieve goals.

Foregoing the conventional educational approach that places too great an emphasis on numerical grades and scores, we aim to educate individuals capable of contributing actively to the world by also cultivating students’ independence, creativity and communication skills.
Linden Hall High School’s curriculum builds upon the skills gained through being immersed in English in our Elementary School. In both curricula, students gain the reading comprehension and analytical thinking skills needed to derive solutions independently.
With our teaching staff from all over the world and countless opportunities to learn about Japanese culture and values, Linden Hall High School develops true global citizens who can balance appreciation for diversity with Japanese national identity. In contrast to a teacher-centric educational approach, our classroom methods encourage students to engage actively in their learning process and discover the joy of unravelling the world’s many mysteries. These methods, we believe, are of inestimable value in modern times as they lead to the self-confidence and resilience needed to set and accomplish goals.

School Evaluation Report (Self-Evaluation)

Due to our English immersion and environmental education curricula, Linden Hall School has been designated a Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Curriculum Specially Selected School. The results of our self-evaluation of this system are shown below.

Basic Policy to Prevent Bullying

In accordance with the Law for the Promotion of Measures to Prevent Bullying, Linden Hall High School has formulated the following basic policies.