共栄で学ぶ留学生

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SHAW DANIEL (通称 DAN) アメリカ (春日部ロータリークラブ)
2年12組 (特進英語コース)
 1988.4.8生 
 趣味 音楽(ジャズ・楽器演奏)
 法学・哲学に興味あり

Greetings and salutations. My name is Dan Shaw, and I have come from the state of Ohio. Since my father is a Zen Buddhist, we have been longing to visit Japan for many years. These past two months have been wonderful, especially because of the chance to attend such a prestigious school.
Kyoei High School is a breath-taking example of scholarship. Never before have I seen such a superb community of dedicated faculty combined with a voraciously academic student body. It is a school of integrity, effort, and character, which the two major clubs reflect. The brass band sounds like the Tokyo symphony, and all the players on the baseball team possess the talent to play professionally. I consider myself lucky to have this rare opportunity to study among the intellectually elite and skilled youth of Japan.
With utmost sincerity and gratitude to all: Thank You Very Much.


DUNLEAVY RYAN (通称 RYAN) アメリカ (春日部南ロータリークラブ)
 2年7組 (特進理系コース)
 1989.9.28生 
 趣味 小説・収集・楽器(クラリネット)
 数学・建築に興味あり

Hello! My name is Ryan Dunleavy. I am a 17- year- old from America. I think I have been here just over 3 months and am greatly enjoying myself. I have found that Japan and it's people are both wonderful hosts and great friends. Attending Kasukabe Kyoei high school has only added to my cultural experience. I have made a great many friends and I hope to create many memorable times with them. One thing that I found that makes Kyoei wonderful is the clubs. Personally, I have only visited a small number of them but from what I hear, Kyoei's clubs are strong (especially the swim, baseball, and soccer plus the bands). I look forward to spending the rest of my exchange at such a great place as Kyoei.



PIONTEK PETER デンマーク (春日部西ロータリークラブ)
 2年13組 (特進理系コース)
 1990.3.16生 
 趣味 バトミントン
将来 エンジニアになりたい

Hi! My name is Peter Piontek and I am a 16-year-old exchange student from Denmark. I have now been living in Japan for nearly 2 months and already established many relationships with students, teachers and members of the judo club which I attend. My impression of Kasukabe Kyoei is that it is very competitive, both in the classrooms and in the sports clubs, yet fit for every level. Also, Kasukabe Kyoei is showing huge interest in international goodwill, as it is currently hosting no fewer than foreign exchange students!
I truly hope that I will continue to enjoy Kyoei and Japan as much as I am now, and that I will master the Japanese language by the end of the year, with the help of every body at Kyoei.


taking a Japanese lesson