Since the school’s opening, extracurricular
activities have been an important part of the students’ formative experience.
Presently, there are around 40 clubs for students to choose from. Students
enjoy competition in sports ranging from baseball, and rugby, to track and
field, archery. On the cultural side of things, students participate in clubs
that specialize in flower arrangement, broadcasting, music, cooking, and many
Student council is very active and enthusiastically seeks out involvement
with the community. Once a month, on the first Sunday of the month, students
and teachers get together to pick up litter around town in an event called
Maru Gomi (Trash Circle, which transmits the meaning: “Let’s all clean up together”). They also
get actively involved whenever there’s a disaster, not only in Japan but
anywhere in the world, by raising funds and donating to relief efforts.
As with almost all the schools in Japan, students
at Seishikan have a set of two uniforms, one for cold and another for warmer
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