ASIJ seniors prepare for college

Seniors from the Class of 2009 during last year’s Senior Walk, an ASIJ tradition that dates back to 1963 and culminates in the unveiling of the class stepping stone. This year’s Senior Walk will take place the day before graduation, on June 4th. ASIJ

Over the past three years, 33% of graduates from The American School in Japan have attended Barron’s Most Selective colleges, and 23% chose a college outside of the United States. Once again, many ASIJ students have been accepted by top tier schools in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and Japan.

This year’s seniors join recent graduates at Princeton University, Yale University, Harvard University, Cornell University, U. Pennsylvania, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, The Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University, Duke University, MIT, UCLA, U. Michigan, U. Chicago, Georgetown University, Oberlin College, Vassar College, Durham University, Cambridge University, University College London, Imperial College, U. Melbourne, U. Toronto, McGill University, U. British Columbia, Parson’s School of Design, Central St. Martin’s School of Art and Design, Waseda University, and Sophia University.

The ASIJ community wishes the seniors well as they make their final choices and prepare to head off to university.


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