• MS students needed
    Need of MS students to unload cars during Thrift Shop.
  • Middle school drama festival
    Actresses & actors, we NEED YOU!
  • Thrift Shop Readiness : donations
    Check out here on what to bring and NOT to bring.
  • Today’s main dish is chicken nimono.
    See the lunch calendar for future offerings.
  • Please no glass bottles on campus
    Do not to bring glass bottles on campus.
  • Interested in studying in Australia?
    Study in Australia Fair 2016 on Oct. 8 (11am-6pm)
  • HS helpers for Thrift Shop
    Tues, 10/18 and Sat, 10/22 sign up via this link.
  • Teal night/volleyball/senior concessions!
    Support Dig Teal night and enjoy sr. concessions!
  • Thrift Shop Readiness : tags
    Tags available in the business office: 110 yen for 50
  • College visit - Whitworth University
    9/29: atrium (break); mock admissions, Rm 100 (lunch)
  • Teal, TEal, TEAL! Wear teal on 9/27!
    Watch the volleyball team play Seisen starting at 5:30!
  • College visit - International Christian U.
    Information Session - 9/30 (Fri), HS lunch, Room 100
  • Ovarian cancer informational meeting
    September 27, 3:45, Room 204
  • Please do not eat your snacks in the halls
    Please be a responsible caretaker of our campus.
Upcoming Events
We invite you to use our website to explore the programs and opportunities available at CAJ.

Our college and career preparatory program provides rigorous academic and co-curricular experiences that prepare students to serve Japan and the world for Jesus Christ. Our alumni are testimony to the extra-ordinary combination of excellent teaching, caring and collaborative community, and unique exposures that CAJ offers.

We hope that as you explore the Christian Academy in Japan web site, you will see many examples of what makes CAJ a special place and will find answers to your questions. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact us.

Enjoy your visit to Christian Academy in Japan.

Musical Ministry
The CAJ Chamber Singers toured Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido. One concert took place in a glass pyramid.

Culture connection
Fourth graders visited a tatami maker to learn how traditional Japanese flooring is made.

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