at 東灘区向洋町中4-1, Kobe-shi, Hyogo, Japan , 658-0032
Canadian Academy, founded in 1913, is an independent pre-K - 12 international school in Higashinada-ku, Kobe, Japan on the man-made Rokko Island; more than 35 nationalities are represented in its student body. Prior to its move to Rokko Island, the school was located in Nagamine-dai, a residential area located below Mt. Maya and Mt. Rokko and overlooking the city of Kobe, for many decades. The school is accredited by the US-based Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Council of International Schools, and is certified to award both International Baccalaureate and US high school diplomas. CA has implemented the IBO Primary Years Program . and Middle Years Program . The curriculum is in English.CA is a member of the Asia Pacific Activities Conference . The school's sports teams and arts groups send students to annual tournaments and festivals in coordination with other international schools from China, Hong Kong, Korea and the Philippines and participate in the Western Japan Athletics Association.As of 2002, with 730 students, CA is the third-largest expatriate international school in Japan and the largest such school in the Keihanshin area. In 2003 Alex Stewart, in the The Journal of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, wrote that CA was "the top-rated school in Kobe", and that among the international schools in Asia CA had a "high" reputation. The school gets many students from the Rokko Island area as it is a preferred location for Kobe's foreign expatriates.
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