Nada High School , is the highest-ranked, private, college-preparatory, boys school located in Kobe, Japan. Nada High School is well known for its severe entrance examination and superior education especially in sciences. Nada High School has sent the largest number of its students to The University of Tokyo, Kyoto University, and other top-tier medical universities in Japan. Nada High School also sends its graduates to prestigious universities abroad Nada High School offers courses in English, Mathematics, Science, History, Ethics, Political Science, Economics, and a range of electives. In addition, the school offers a concentration program in Judo. The Judo class during freshman year are intended to commemorate the founder of the school, Kanō Jigorō.Nada High School also offers a range of extracurricular activities, including thirty-six interscholastic teams in sports, academic clubs, and student-run publications.Ranking and ReputationEvery year, Nada High School receives over 140 applications for 40 Class positions. A considerable number of students from Tokyo and Kyushu attempt Nada's entrance examination to see how they are. The Nada ranks number one amongst private high schools in Japan.Nada High School completes the national curriculum by junior year. The last year is devoted to intense review and preparation for the university entrance exam. Nada High School excels especially in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology. Students of Nada High School often receive Gold Medals for international science olympiads. In total they have won 8 Gold Medals in international science olympiads. Many alumni of Nada High School succeeded as scholars including Ryōji Noyori, a Nobel laureate of Chemistry in 2001. Nada High School has traditionally created many well-known writers as well, including Shusaku Endo, Ramo Nakajima, Genichiro Takahashietc.
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