Kansai University Hokuyo Senior High School/Hokuyo Junior High School
Kansai University Hokuyo Senior High School, with a history of over eighty years, was reborn on April 1, 2008 as Kansai University's second annex school. At the time it was renamed Kansai University Hokuyo Senior High School. Hokuyo had been a boys' high school throughout its history but became coeducational in 2008. There are three main objectives listed in the school's educational policy:
1. Developing the intellectual capacity of our students scientifically and methodically.
2. Advising our students regarding what it means to live in a society, and how act properly within it.
3. Helping our students acquire the mental and physical ability to enable them to act independently based upon proper judgment.
Kansai University Hokuyo Junior High School aims to foster students who can play active roles in learning and club activities as well as other occasions in school life. In keeping with the philosophy of the school "Succession of Knowledge", we provide a unified six-year education from junior high to senior high school working towards entering university, while cultivating human resources capable of making local and international contributions.
Hokuyo Senior High School
Hokuyo Junior High School