Admissions

Tuition and Fees for classes (Japanese Academic Year: April ~ March) for 2018

Note For Classes: Pre-K and Kindergarten, Elementary, and Mommy and Me please review the requirements at the bottom of this page.

[Elementary classes]

  • Annual Fee — $35 per year per family
  • Insurance — $13 per student per term
  • Tuition

1st term  ( 9 class meeting days)  — $135 per term per student
2nd term (17 class meeting days) — $306 per term per student
3rd term  (11 class meeting days) — $198 per term per student

 

[Pre-K and Kindergarten Classes]

  • Annual Fee — $35 per year per family
  • Insurance — $13 per student per term
  • Tuition

1st term  ( 5 class meeting days) — $75 per term per student
2nd term (10 class meeting days) — $180 per term per student
3rd term  (6 class meeting days) — $108 per term per student

 

[Mommy and Me classes]

  • Annual Fee — $20 per year per family
  • Insurance — $13 per student per term
  • Tuition

1st term  ( 5 class meeting days) — $40 per term per student
2nd term (10 class meeting days) — $100 per term per student
3rd term  (6 class meeting days) — $60 per term per student

 

[Adult Japanese classes for beginners]

  • Annual Fee — $20 per year per family
  • Tuition

1st term  ( 5 class meeting days) — $90 per term per student
2nd term (9 class meeting days) — $198 per term per student
3rd term  (6 class meeting days) — $132 per term per student

*No prior knowleage of Japanese is required for this class for Japanese for Beginners l.

NOTE:

* Sibling discount applies from 2nd child.(Elementary Classes,Pre-K & Kindergarten Classes)
* Registration is payable annually at the beginning of the first term (April), unless enrollment is at the beginning of a different term.
* Temporary absence for a particular term(s) is also accepted.
* Tuition is payable each term.
* Class meeting days and tuition are subject to change.

Requirements

For students of Elementary & Pre-K/K Classes, and parents of Mommy-and-Me Classes:

All K-6 children who can speak and understand Japanese at their appropriate grade levels, regardless of nationality, are eligible for enrollment. Our school is a supplementary school for Japanese speakers and all classes are taught in Japanese. It is imperative to understand and speak Japanese in order to follow teachers guidance during the class. There will be an interview conducted by our teachers to assess your children’s Japanese proficiency prior to enrollment.

Students study kokugo or Japanese as the national language in Japanese at each grade level using the curriculum and textbooks approved by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, & Technology. Our textbooks are the same as those used at schools in Japan.

We ask parents and guardians of students to administer home study.  In order to maintain and improve Japanese language skills it is imperative to assist children with reading, speaking, and homework. It is not enough to maintain Japanese skills by solely attending the school.

Parents and guardians of students are expected to volunteer in the operation of the school. JJS is an organization that requires parental support for all other school events and operations.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Tour and Free Trial Class

A tour of the school and free trial class are always welcome!

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Non-Discriminatory Enrollment Policy
The Jacksonville Japanese School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.