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What kind of cram school is Shingakukan?

[Teaching method that Shingakukan advocates] -From the homepage-

Shingakukan is a juku school specializing in junior high school exams for first to sixth graders, targeting super-difficult junior and senior high schools such as Nada, Koyo, Todaiji, Kobe College, and Rakunan. The feature is not "how much you have learned" but "quality" rather than "quantity" based on the idea of "how much you can make use of what you have learned". In other words, we provide well-developed good questions and provide thorough scientific guidance to acquire systematic understanding and applied skills.
This scientific learning system, proud instructors, and detailed guidance that values each individual support the high pass rate of the entrance to school. The goal is to pass all first-choice students.


There are 12 classrooms mainly between Hyogo and Hanshin in Osaka, and it is a junior high school examination specialized school targeting difficult junior high and high school integrated schools such as Nada, Koyo, Todaiji, Kobe College, Rakunan. The curriculum is designed so that you can gradually acquire the ideas and knowledge necessary for solving math, Japanese, science, and social problems that are necessary for taking the junior high school exam. In addition, questions and self-study classrooms are called "independent classrooms", and instead of simply teaching the answers to students' questions, we focus on supporting the students to think and learn independently. And it seems. In addition, it seems that there is a tendency for many homework to be given, such as reviewing lessons on a personal computer and giving lesson prints to review the contents of the lessons. It seems that they are focusing on "quality" -oriented instruction that can apply what they have learned at the cram school by providing opportunities to think carefully, rather than learning instruction that increases the "quantity" of learning by cramming.


・ Provide well-developed good questions and thoroughly provide scientific guidance to acquire systematic understanding and applied skills.
・ Through support for receiving questions in an independent classroom, we will cultivate the thinking ability that can be obtained by thinking through one problem, and teach students to acquire useful ability even in junior high school, high school, and adults.
・ It seems that there are many opportunities to conduct questionnaires to students and interview parents in order to reflect the voices of the students, and there is little confusion after entering the school.


・ Because there are many prints every day, it is easy for the task to be undigested. In addition, it is easy to give guidance according to the learning progress of the student, and the grade depends on the student's efforts, for better or for worse.
・ There is a tendency for the cram school to be held for a long time and to return home late.
・ In the "independent classroom", there are few instructors who receive questions and provide support, so it may not be possible to ask questions as expected.
・ Because there are differences in the way teachers teach, there may be cases where it does not suit each person. Because the classroom is small, it is easy to make a difference in the teacher's guidance.

Take a look at the school center near you.

Shingakukan Nishinomiya North Exit School
1-5-22 Kofuen, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0832
TEL: 0798-64-1800 FAX: 0798-64-1575
Shingakukan Naruo School
3-2-19 Naruo-cho, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo 663-8184
TEL: 0798-56-9400 FAX: 0798-41-1510
Shingakukan Okamoto School
In front of Hanshin Naruo station.
1-3-24 Okamoto, Higashinada-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo 658-0072
TEL: 078-431-0065 FAX: 078-431-0076
Shingakukan Korakuen School
5-9 Minamikoshikiiwa-cho, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo 662-0075
TEL: 0798-56-9900 FAX: 0798-74-6401
Shingakukan Ashiyagawa School
1 Tsukiwaka-cho, Ashiya-shi, Hyogo 659-0084 Ashiyagawa Station South Building 2F
TEL: 0797-21-4500 FAX: 0797-21-4700
Shingakukan Shia Sumiyoshi School
1-2-1, Sumiyoshihonmachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo 658-0051 Shia 5F
TEL: 078-856-0065 FAX: 078-856-0046
Hankyu Ashiyagawa Station premises
Inside the station building of JR Sumiyoshi Station
Inquiries such as requesting materials
11:00 to 19:00 (excluding Sundays)
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