Equipping students to serve Japan and the world for Christ
Equipping students to serve
People at CAJ
The staff members, who come from nine countries, are dedicated professionals who work to equip students to serve Japan and the world for Christ.
The teaching staff provides instruction in a full range of education: elementary, secondary, Bible, math, the arts, physical education, science, languages, computers, and more.
Other professionals serve in maintenance, business administration and food service. Included in the faculty and staff are over a dozen Japanese nationals.
CAJ is led by an administrative staff of the head of school and three principals, the business manager, and the School Support Services director.
CAJ's administration works under the leadership provided by a board of directors from the six evangelical missions which sponsor the school: Christian Reformed World Missions, Evangelical Covenant Church Board of World Missions, One Mission Society (OMS), SEND International, The Evangelical Alliance Mission (TEAM), and WorldVenture.
Current enrollment: 445 students in kindergarten to twelfth grade
Student body makeup: missionary children, 40%; children of business and professional people, 60%.
Student body nationalities: 37% dual passports, 21% Japanese, 15% North American, 15% Korean, and 12% other. In all, 36 nationalities are represented.
College bound: Over 80% of high school graduates go on to university studies.
Fine arts participation: Over 70% of high school students are involved in fine arts.
Students go on field trips to learn about Japan's history. One of the destinations is the Edo-Tokyo Outdoor Architectural Museum.
Snow White visited the second grade class in the library.