Christian Academy in Japan
Christian Academy in Japan – 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 many other families who desire this type of education for their children. CAJ is committed to equipping students to impact the world for Christ.
Our program is communicated in the English language and is based upon an American approach which uses United States educational standards, course sequences and options (college preparatory and career), instructional materials, standardized tests, educational research, and cocurricular activities.
The school has been fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges since 1976; affiliated with the Association of Christian Schools International and Christian Schools International and the East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools.
Students take core academics, choose electives, explore the richness of Japanese culture in field trips, and apply their learning through service projects. CAJ, conveniently located in northwest Tokyo, has a four-acre campus.
CAJ has a wide range of activities for its students. Chapel is included for all ages. Elementary school activities include several musical groups and various field trips. Middle and high school activities include the CAJ Student Council, sports, drama, music, field trips, yearbook, school newspaper, and community service opportunities.