スタンフォード大主催の教育講座にて最優秀賞受賞 / Won in the Stanford e-Japan Award

米国スタンフォード大学が昨年度主催した日本の高校生向けのオンライン教育講座「Stanford e-Japan」にて、本校高等部3年生の佐野智咲さんが最優秀賞3人のうちの1人に選ばれました。おめでとうございます!





Last year, Stanford University in the U.S. hosted Stanford e-Japan, an online course for Japanese high school students, and one of our 3rd year senior high school students, Chisaki Sano, was selected as one of the 3 winners. Congratulations to her!

Ms. Sano is scheduled to participate in the award ceremony to be held at the university in March 2021.

About 30 high school students from across the country who have passed the selection process for English composition and other subjects by a ratio of nearly 10 to 1 will participate in this course.

She attended weekly lectures and online discussions on a variety of topics, including politics, history, war, and economics, for several months. For the final project, the students wrote an English paper on how the 7-Eleven stores in Japan and the United States contribute to the economic and cultural development of both countries.