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College Zoom Seminar

Dear Parents of High Schoolers:

Many parents wonder about New Life International students' college and career choices.  We are a young school, so we haven't had any graduates yet, but this school year, we are proud to announce we will celebrate our first student to graduate. He is already planning on going to a university in New Zealand. The second student to graduate will be next year, and she is planning on attending a university in Australia, further demonstrating the global opportunities our school provides. Many of our ninth and tenth-grade students are looking at national and international universities in Japan.  I've already received brochures from universities in Europe, Korea, and America. The world is open to our students, but we need to find the right doors. 

Since this is new ground for our school, I have reached out to our affiliated school, the Christian Academy of Japan in Tokyo.  They have over 60 years of experience, and have seen many students graduate from colleges around the world. They have graciously agreed to hold a Zoom online seminar for parents to help answer questions that you may have. They want to know how to plan the meeting, so they ask you to fill out the questionnaire.  The Google form is in English, so if you need help, please see any of our staff or teachers.  The meeting can be bilingual, so please don't let the English Google form deter you. Here is the link:

If there is enough interest, the meeting will be in September or October this year.  

If you have any questions, please talk to me or the staff.  We are here to help you and our students!


Suzy Brown

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