Dwight School Seoul
DWIGHT’S LEGACY of innovation and personalized learning dates back to 1872. We are proud of our long and rich history as a premier independent school, landmark New York City educational institution and pioneering global network of schools. From the very beginning, Dwight was designed to prepare graduates for admission to Harvard and Yale; our school’s namesake is Yale’s twelfth President, Timothy Dwight V. For more than 145 years, our visionary leaders have transformed the educational landscape, while our illustrious alumni have left their mark on the world.
Seoul Japanese School
Seoul Japanese School was founded by Seoul Japan Club(SJC) in 1972, purporting to educate Japanese children around Seoul. The school started with only 32 students in the beginning, but now approximately 400 students are registered in this school. In principle, applicants must have Japanese Nationality and must have an intention to go back to Japan for good, after a certain period of studying. This school provides the lawful and ethical educational practices, recognized by Japanese Ministry of Education. The curriculums are equivalent to schools for the same ages in Japan. The graduates of this school may not be allowed to enter any higher educational facilities that are fully recognized by South Korean Government within Korea.