Sheridan Japanese School Awarded Grant for Japanese Language Education Activities from the Japan Foundation, Los Angeles

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The Sheridan Japanese School is a charter school founded by parents and teachers who wanted to provide their children with an academically challenging, college preparatory, and public education in 1994. Students learn Japanese language & culture while studying the classic core subjects which are math, science, English, and social studies. The school serves 88 Students from grades 4-12.
For the 2016 fiscal year, the Japan Foundation, Los Angeles has provided a grant to Sheridan Japanese School to support the salaries of Japanese language teachers. The grant amount was presented by Consul General Uchiyama in a ceremony at the Sheridan Japanese School on October 7th.