St. Louis Nihongo Kyoshitsu
(St. Louis Japanese Language School)
Post address: c/o Webster University 470 E. Lockwood Avenue St. Louis, MO 63119
Location: Sverdrup Business/Technology Complex
8300 Big Bend Blvd. St. Louis MO 63119
Tel (314)963-6930(Sat. only) www//stlnihongo.org/
St. Louis Nihongo Kyoshitsu is a non-profit organization that focuses on teaching Japanese children Japanese, Math, Culture, History and Geography. It is operated by the parents of students who attend the regular classes and supported by the Japanese Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Education, the Japanese Chamber of Commerce of St. Louis, and the Japan America Society of St. Louis.
International Classes (Kokusai I and II)
The purpose of the St. Louis Nihongo Kyoshitu International classes is to introduce both young and adult students who wish to learn Japanese as a second language and become familiar with the culture.
The curriculum consists of basic conversation, reading and writing basic Japanese characters. Students will also learn about Japanese traditions and customs by participating in various activities, such as New Year’s Celebration, Field Day, the Japanese Festival at the Botanical Garden, and writing an essay for an annual school year book.
Kokusai I (Youth class) 8 years old ~ 18 years old as of April 1st
Kokusai II (Adult class) Over 18 years old as of April 1st
Class Course: Beginning 8:30 AM - 9:40 AM
Intermediate 9:45 AM - 10:55 AM
Advanced 11:00 AM - 12:10 PM
Introductory 12:20 PM - 1:30 PM
Semesters: 1st Semester: April – August (summer vacation: July through - August)
2nd Semester: September – December
3rd Semester: January – March
Tuition: Kokusai I Deposit $50, Initial fee $50, tuition per month $45
Kokusai II Deposit $50, Initial fee $50, tuition per month $60
* College student discount with valid ID $45
Contact: Noriko McLeer email@example.com November, 2015