CHRISTIAN ACADEMY IN JAPAN
Christian
Academy
in Japan
Overview
Christian Academy in Japan (CAJ) is a K-12 school established in 1950 to provide Christ-centered education to the children of evangelical missionaries. While continuing in this purpose, CAJ also serves other families who desire this type of education for their children. We serve approximately 450 students in our day school program and more than 300 students in our School Support Services program. Our program uses English as the language of instruction and a North American curriculum.
Day School Students
The school serves a student body that is composed of the dependents of missionaries (40%) and dependents of business and professional people (60%). Our students come from over 25 countries with many holding dual citizenship.
School Support Services (SSS)
A division of CAJ, SSS has been meeting the needs of English-speaking homeschoolers in Japan since 1983 with consultancy, resources, and programs. Some SSS families homeschool all subjects while others send their children to Japanese schools and supplement with English studies at home. SSS also provides support for affiliated schools.
Campus
A 4-acre main campus in the western suburbs of Tokyo which includes:
  • 370-seat auditorium
  • 26,000-volume library with periodicals collection, elementary library, Internet
  • 450-seat gymnasium
  • 3 tennis courts
  • Dining hall with hot lunch program
Founding Missions
  • Resonate Global Missions
  • Evangelical Covenant Church Board of World Missions
  • One Mission Society (OMS)
  • SEND International
  • The Evangelical Alliance Mission (TEAM)
  • WorldVenture
Contact
1-2-14 Shinkawa-cho
Higashi Kurume-shi Tokyo 203-0013
Japan

https://caj.ac.jp
infodesk@caj.ac.jp

Phone
Within Japan: 042-471-0022
Outside Japan: +81-42-471-0022

Administration
Head of School: Anda Foxwell
High School Principal: Damon Ealey
Middle School Principal: Winnie Langelaar
Elementary School Principal: Jacquie Willson
School Support Services Director: Flossie Epley
Business Manager: Rick Seely

Accreditation
Western Association of Schools and Colleges since 1976


Government Status
Gakko Hojin (School)

Affiliations
Apply to CAJ