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Renaissance High School Group

Renaissance High School Group

The Renaissance High School Group utilizes devices such as smartphones and tablets to operate three wide-area, online, credit-based e-learning schools, Renaissance High School, Renaissance Toyota High School and Renaissance Osaka High School, as well as six affiliated campuses.

The Group’s mission is to, by utilizing new technologies, provide better educational services, expand the possibilities of learning beyond the simple cramming of knowledge and information, and revitalize Japan through the domain of education.

Business details

  • The operation of the three wide-area, online, credit-based e-learning high schools of the Renaissance High School Group
  • A diverse array of courses are available for students to concentrate in eSports, entertainment, or beauty care, study abroad or prepare for university entrance exams, among other programs.

Features/Business Deployment

Features of the Renaissance High School Group

Based on online education, the Group systematically allows students to freely learn at their own pace and spend more time on the things they really want to accomplish, a strength of the Group’s unique learning style. Beyond awarding graduation certificates, the Renaissance High School Group supports each student’s efforts to make their own dreams come true. By connecting teachers to classes that enable students to excel and providing career guidance and other programs, the Group meticulously supports students in accordance with their individual lifestyles, displayed by the many graduates of the Group’s schools.

Since its establishment in 2006, the Renaissance High School Group has been aggressively committed to the introduction of Internet and digital teaching materials to enable students to learn anytime and anyplace, and continues to engage in high school education rooted in a new style of e-learning utilizing devices such as smartphones, tablets and computers. Beyond basic high school education, the Group pursues early specialized education geared for providing the latest IT literacy education, education that supports students’ goals, and environmental education based on interaction with local communities.

What is an online high school?

An online high school is a formal educational process by means of electronic transmission that aims to meet the needs of the student. Students who want to balance study and work are able to hold a job while earning a high school diploma that is equivalent to those earned by students attending full-time high schools. Online high schools are an attractive option for working people, those following their dreams and aspirations and who cannot attend school, or those who for various reasons had to withdraw from school.

October 2005, The company is established in Daigo-machi, Kuji-gun, Ibaraki (formerly Renaissance Academy Corporation)
April 2006, Renaissance High School opened
October 2011, Renaissance Toyota High School opened
April 2014, Renaissance Osaka High School opened

eSports courses

In April 2018, an eSports course was offered for the first time at Renaissance Osaka High School, the first of its kind among high schools in Japan. With first-class instructors in eSports, languages, psychology and other subjects, the eSports course has classes designed for students to nurture the logical thinking necessary for winning, English conversation and communication skills at practical levels and mental strength. As applications for admission exceeded our initial expectations, the eSports course was extended and relocated in April 2019 to the Umeda eSports Campus, the largest facility dedicated to eSports in western Japan. Shinjuku Yoyogi Campus, and Nagoya Sakae Campus, affiliated with Renaissance High School and Renaissance Toyota High School, respectively, also feature eSports courses.

Renaissance High School

A wide-area, online high school that opened on April 1, 2006. Students use PCs or mobile phones for basic education learning via an e-learning system. Students need only attend our main campus in person about four days, once a year in Daigo, Ibaraki prefecture, which has been designated as a special education zone by the Cabinet Office.

Renaissance Toyota High School

A wide-area online high school and sister school of Renaissance High School that opened on October 1, 2011. Students, who use PCs or mobile phones for basic education learning via an e-learning system, need only attend the campus in person about four days, once a year in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, which has been designated as a special education zone by the Cabinet Office.

Renaissance Osaka High School

A sister school of both Renaissance High School and Renaissance Toyota High School that opened on April 1, 2014. The difference between this school and the previous two schools is that this school is located in an urban center, a five-minute walk from Osaka and Umeda Stations. Students must attend the school in person about four days a year and one day for exam.