Curriculum

A.C.E.

Abide International School offers education through the A.C.E. (Accelerated Christian Education) curriculum actually used in the United States. Our school is a school which was approved by the United States A.C.E. (Www.aceministries.com) The ACE curriculum is based on the Protestant Christian Bible, and there are courses from kindergarten to high school. When you complete all of them, you will receive an American high school diploma certificate . In the future, we will consider English learning which is necessary for studying abroad and entering in the country, and also through the A.C.E. curriculum, not only English proficiency, nurture personal character with a purpose conscious and firmly say your opinion I also aim for it. It is important to study abroad and it is not too early even if you educate young children. The Admissions Assessor at the Princeton University in the United States says this for one student of the ACE. “He is one of the students who showed amazing excellence, he is a truly deliberate person, we never met such students.”

“He is one of the students who showed amazing excellence, he is a truly deliberate person, we never met such students.”

      Admissions Assessor,  Princeton University

Learning by personal ability

The curriculum of A.C.E is learning by individual ability from elementary school to high school except kindergarten process. For each academic year, we will learn 12 texts called PACE (pace) for each subject (English, mathematics, science, society etc). Students aiming at high goals, students studying at normal pace, students wanting to learn slowly, with texts corresponding to the level of their respective skills, study at individual desks called offices. I set my own goal while consulting with the supervisor, and I will ask questions to the supervisor to understand where I do not understand. PACE will be in English at a lower level of 2 to 3 in the United States and higher than Japanese middle school students.

Self-responsibility

Students using the program of A.C.E. have achieved achievement above average. One of the reasons is that they can acquire self-responsibility regarding their learning.
In the program of A.C.E., I am taking a system that grades myself for what I learned. It is also possible to conduct fraud at this self-scoring. However, I learn self-responsibility by experiencing the fact that the injustice brings down my grades. Students also learn that acting sincerely without seeing anyone will cause true success.