Kansai Christian School
Kansai Christian School (KCS) was established in 1970. The school exists to provide an education in the English language that is committed to an evangelical Christian worldview, and, while being particularly instituted for missionary children, is available for anyone who meets entrance requirements, grades 1-12.
The students at KCS are able to study under Christian instruction and example in the context of high academic standards. Within this framework, students are able to obtain a strong foundation from which they can fulfill their God-given callings and service to society.
KCS has a distinct Christian family atmosphere, quality teaching, low student-to-teacher ratio and many of the other advantages associated with smaller schools.
The academic year begins in September and runs into June. Special events are planned by the Faculty, PTA, and Student Council throughout the year. Report cards are distributed at the end of each quarter. Parent-teacher conferences are held in the fall and at other times as needed.
KCS has a secure campus with a strict closed-campus policy that requires all visitors to identify themselves first through an interphone camera and then sign in at the office before they are allowed to have access to the school facilities. All visitors are required to carry at all times a visitor’s badge that will identify them as having permission from the administration to be on campus.
The KCS facilities are: a two-story multi-purpose building (housing a multi-purpose hall, a library and a computer laboratorium); a three-story administration/middle school/high school building, a two-story elementary school building, a storage building, and a playground.
The school makes regular use of excellent public facilities, which are located just minutes away. Such facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, soccer field, basket ball courts and tennis courts.