Japanese After School Clubs
Typically, Japanese high schools also have after school clubs that students can attend. Students may only attend ONE club at a time and very rarely change clubs throughout the school year. spice.stanford.edu Getting to School At School Extracurricular Activities "Cram Schools" Entrance Examinations Free Time Questions for Consideration References and Resources
In addition to after school clubs, there are also "cram schools". 60% of students attend these schools, which teach "nonacademic" subjects such as arts, swimming, and calligraphy. spice.stanford.edu Getting to School At School Extracurricular Activities "Cram Schools" Entrance Examinations Free Time Questions for Consideration References and Resources
The students determine the clubs daily activities. Clubs require a minimum number of members. tvtropes.org Japanese schools' extra-curricular activities are centered on "club activities" organized by the students themselves. Each club will generally be assigned its own room or other facilities, will have an advisor (who doesn't always appear on screen …
A video explaining clubs and comparing American and Japanese after school clubs. Clubs can last up to 6 hours a day and are everyday. www.youtube.com YouTube
The activities that a club can partake in can vary from sports to hobbies to arts. culturequest.us Education In Japan
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Japanese after school activities are socially required. blog.thejapanesetutor.com