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The WorldSchool was initiated in 1997 by Masaki Matsudaira, the former Chairman and present advisor to the board of trustees at Kanto International School. Its aim is to create a truly borderless entity that will bring together high school students and teachers from all areas of the world for the purpose of helping the participants create their image of an ideal educational program. This program is designed to train students to adopt a global perspective by becoming receptive to differences and to enable them to form lasting friendships. In this way, we hope to prepare students of the WorldSchool to excel in globalized society, which we believe will gain prominence in the future.

Since the program's initiation in 1997, the World School International Forums have received the kind moral support of the Japanese Ministry of Education, the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the embassies and cultural representative offices of participating counties.

The World School Mission

In an increasingly interconnected world, we are forced to live and work in an environment that calls for a global perspective in all that we do.A rapid growth of technology has created a world where we must reach past our immediate cultural boundaries and behavioral patterns to include a set of standards that can help us to function in multiple cultural settings and in inter-disciplinary fields.To succeed in an international community means that we must continually stay in tuned to standards that are created, be a part of the creation process itself by demonstrating the ability to voice our own set of values in an international context and to incorporate the knowledge we gain by making what we learn about the world, a part of ourselves and a part of our lives.As international citizens we must learn all we can about the world by creating a network of friendships that constantly broaden our perspectives, and to adopt the attitude that as responsible globally minded leaders of our future, together all things are possible.

World School International Forum 2015

TITLE :  WORLD SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL FORUM 2015
      "Food: Feeding the Planet. Energy For Life"
      World School International Forum2015 site

ORGANIZER :  I.T.E Enrico Tosi, Busto Arsizio, Varese Italy

PERIOD :  October 19 (Monday) – October 31 (Saturday)

Australia, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macao, New Zealand, United States of America, Romania, Russia, South Africa,South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Japan

ITINERARY:
Oct. 19th (MON) Arrival Milan Malpensa Int' Airport Italy. Bus to Garda Village in Sirmione.
20th (TUE) Opening Ceremony; Keynote Speech; Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions (Garda Village).
21st (WED) Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions; Seminar Workshops & Packing for visit to Milan.
22nd (THU) Visit to Expo Milano 2015
Home stay for nine nights
23rd (FRI) Opening Ceremony; Country Introductions; Seminar Workshops; Evening Performances in the Manzoni Theatre
24th (SAT) Open School Day. Performances & Exhibits.
25th (SUN) Homestay
26th (MON) Visit to Expo Milano 2015
Dance. Aula Magna
27th (TUE) Day in Milan and Evening with Host Families
28th (WED) Visit to Expo Milano 2015
Movie. Aula Magna
29th (THU) Finalizing the Mock Trial; First Mock Trial.
Music in the Evening
30th (FRI) Final Mock Trials; Farewell Dinner.
31st (SAT) Departure from Milan Malpensa Int' Airport

World School International Forum 2014

TITLE :  WORLD SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL FORUM 2014
      "Environment: Clothing, Tradition and Innovation"
      World School International Forum2014 site

ORGANIZER :  Far Eastern Federal University Campus (Russia)

PERIOD :  September 15 (Monday) – September 27 (Friday)

Australia, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macao, New Zealand, United States of America, Romania, Russia, South Africa,
South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Japan

ITINERARY:
Sept. 15th (MON) Arrival. Vladivostok Airport. Bus to FEFU Campus
16th (TUE) Opening ceremony. Seminar (Medium Hall, FEFU Campus)
17th (WED) Country Introductions, Russian Cultural Festival (Medium Hall, FEFU Campus)
18th (THU) Vladivostok Sightseeing. Russian Language Course.
Home stay for four nights
19th (FRI) Seminar (Medium Hall, FEFU Campus). Yacht Trip. Shopping.
20th (SAT) School Festival.
Country Exhibits, Exchange Activities & Performances
21st (SUN) Homestay
22nd (MON) Seminar. Sports Activity.
Russian Ballet Dances (Medium Hall, FEFU Campus)
23rd (TUE) Seminar. Cultural Festival (Medium Hall, FEFU Campus)
24th (WED) Seminar (Medium Hall, FEFU Campus). Theater Excursion
25th (THU) Visit “Ocean” Summer Camp
26th (FRI) Seminar. Tree Planting Ceremony. Farewell Party.
Disco Night (Medium Hall, FEFU Campus)
27th (SAT) Departure

World School International Forum 2013

TITLE :  WORLD SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL FORUM 2013
      "Housing & Culture. Communities & Quality of Life"
      World School International Forum2013 site

ORGANIZER :  Kanto International Senior High School, Tokyo, Japan

PERIOD :  October 21 (Mon) ~ November 2 (Sat)

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES & REGIONS : Australia, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macao, New Zealand, United States of America, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Japan

ITINERARY:
October21(MON) Arrival. Tokyo Narita Airport. Bus to Katsuura Campus
22 (TUE) Opening ceremony; message; Seminar Introduction
Country Introductions Pt.1
( World School International Training Center . Katsuura Campus . )
23(WED) Country Introductions Pt.2, Home-stay Guidance
24(THU) Sightseeing & Visit to Tokyo Campus,
Home stay for four nights (Tokyo Campus)
25 (FRI) Preparations for international festival.
26 (SAT) Exchange with Junior High Schools
Performance Night with the Community
27 (SUN) Exhibits & Performances. School festival.
28 (MON) Sightseeing & Trip to Katsuura Campus.
29 (TUE) Seminar; Country Introductions Pt.3, Japanese Culture
30 (WED) Seminar; Country Introductions Pt.4, Board and Card Games
31(THU) Seminar; Debates; Campfire
November1 (FRI) Debates; Farewell Party
2(SAT) Departure

World School International Forum 2012

TITLE :   WORLD SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL FORUM 2012
        Environment: "Housing & Volunteerism "

ORGANIZER :  Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee USA

PERIOD :  October 22 (Monday) ~ November 3 (Saturday)

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES & REGIONS :
Australia, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Macau, New Zealand, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America

ITINERARY:
October22(MON) Arrival. Lincoln Memorial University Campus
23 (TUE) Opening Ceremony; Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions
24 (WED) Travel to Washington D.C.
25 (THU) Activities in Washington D.C.
26 (FRI) Travel to Lincoln Memorial University Campus. Meet Home Stay Families
27 (SAT) Free Day with Home Stay Families
28 (SUN) Seminar Workshops; Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions
Debate Seminar Workshop 1
29 (MON) Exhibit Booth Day for Community and Local Schools; Country and Region Traditional Performances
Debate Seminar Workshop 2; Group Activity
30 (TUE) Debate Seminar Workshops 3 and 4;Faculty Museum Tour; Professional Development Seminars; World School Project; Volunteer Activity; Faculty Reception at the President's Home; Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions
31 (WED) Debate Seminar Workshop 5; Debates; Evening Masquerade Party
November1(THU) Tree Planting Ceremony; Faculty Development; Student Museum Tour; Field Day with Academy Students; Teacher Meeting-Recap, Guidance for World School 2013; Evening Country and Region Traditional Performance for Host Families
2 (FRI) Excursion to Gatlinburg, Tennessee; Evening Banquet
3 (SAT) Departure

The debates, power point presentations and daily pictures of the forum can be viewed at:
http://www.lmunet.edu/world-school-2012/

World School International Forum 2011

TITLE :   WORLD SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL FORUM 2011
       "Environment. Rebuilding From Disasters"

ORGANIZER :  I.T.C Enrico Tosi, Busto Arsizio, Varese Italy

PERIOD :  October 13 (Thursday) ~ 26 (Wed)

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES & REGIONS :
Australia, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macao, New Zealand, United States of America, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea,Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Japan

ITINERARY:
October13(THU) Arrival Milan Malpensa Int' Airport Italy. Bus to Garda Village in Sirmione.
14(FRI) Opening Ceremony; Keynote Speech; Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions (Garda Village).
15 (SAT) Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions; Seminar Workshops & Packing for visits to Venice, Rome & L'Aquila.
16 (SUN) Day Trip to Venice with Overnight Travel by bus to Rome
17 (MON) Day Trip to Rome with Overnight Stay in a Hotel on the way to L'Aquila
18 (TUE) Visit L'Aquila; Travel to ITC Enrico Tosi School to meet Italian Families.
19(WED) Seminar Workshops; Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions; Evening with Home Stay Families.
20 (THU) Visit to Santa Caterina del Sasso Monastry; The European Joint Research Centre ISPRA; Opening Ceremony at School
21 (FRI) Seminar Workshops; Exhibit Booth Setup & Evening Performances in the Town Hall
22 (SAT) Open School Day. Performances & Exhibits.
23 (SUN) Day in Milan with Home Stay Families
24 (MON) Final Seminar Preparations; First Seminar Presentations in the Lombardia Regional Council.
25 (TUE) Second Seminar Presentations; Farewell Dinner.
26(WED) Departure from Milan Malpensa Int' Airport

The debates, power point presentations and daily pictures of the forum can be viewed at:
http://www.wscommittee.com/ws/ws2011/englishsite/index.html

World School International Forum 2010

TITLE :   WORLD SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL FORUM 2010
        "Environment. Housing & Culture "

ORGANIZER :  Yang Chung High School, Seoul, Korea

PERIOD :  October 18 (Monday) ~ 30 (Saturday)

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES & REGIONS :
Australia, Canada, China, Finland, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macao, New Zealand, United States of America, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Japan etc.

ITINERARY:
October18(MON) Arrival Incheon Int'l Airport Seoul Korea. Bus to DAEKYO HRD Center.
19 (TUE) Opening Ceremony; Keynote Speech; Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions (HRD Center).
20(WED) Introduction of Participating Countries and Regions; Home stay Guidance
(HRD Center).
21 (THU) Visit with Seoul Mayor; Tour of Seoul City; Visit to Yang Chung High School;
Home stay for 4 nights
22 (FRI) Visit with the Seoul Ministry of Education; National Performances & Exhibit Booths with Yang Chung students.
23 (SAT) Visit with the District Gov Offices; National Performances & Exhibit Booths with local schools.
24 (SUN) Day with homestay families.
25(MON) Visiting UNESCO Cultural sights in Andong; Tour of Hahoe Folk Village;
Staying 1 night in Ochun Village.
26 (TUE) Visiting Dousan Confucius Academy; Pusocksa Yonjyu Temple;
Return to DAEKYO HRD Center for remainder of the visit.
27 (WED) Seminar Workshops; DAEKYO HRD Center
28 (THU) Seminar Workshops
29 (FRI) Seminar Presentations; Farwell Dinner.
30(SAT) Departure from Incheon International Airport.

The debates, power point presentations and daily pictures of the forum can be viewed at:
http://ws2010.yangchung.hs.kr/

World School International Forum 2009

TITLE :   WORLD SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL FORUM 2009
        "Environment. Food & Value"

ORGANIZER :  Educational Foundation: Kanto International School

PERIOD :  October 19 (Monday) ~ October 31 (Saturday)

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES & REGIONS :
Australia, Canada, China, Finland, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macao, New Zealand, United States of America, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Japan.

ITINERARY:
October19 (MON) Arival. Tokyo Narita Airport. Bus to Katsuura Campus
20 (TUE) Opening ceremony; Introductions, Key Note Speech; Seminar Introduction
( World School International Training Center . Katsuura Campus . )
21(WED) Presentation of Food and Value by member countries.
Meetings on Visit to Tokyo and Home stay's
22 (THU) Visit to Tokyo Campus,
Homestay for four nights (Tokyo Campus)
23 (FRI) Preparations for international festival.
(Tokyo Campus)
24 (SAT) School Festival. Hunger Banquette; Country exhibits & performances.
Work Shops for Visiting Junior High Schools (Tokyo Campus)
25 (SUN) School festival 2nd Day. (Tokyo Campus).
26(MON) Visit to Factory & Sight Seeing. Trip to Katsuura Campus.
27 (TUE) Seminar. Presentation of Food and Value by member countries each day this week. (Katsuura Campus)
28 (WED)

Seminar; Culture night (Katsuura Campus)

29 (THU)

Seminar; Preparation for Debates on Food & Value
(Katsuura Campus)

30 (FRI) Debates; Farewell Party (Katsuura Campus)
31(SAT) Departure

The debates, power point presentations and daily pictures of the forum can be viewed at:
http://www.wscommittee.com/ws/ws2009/englishsite/index_e.htm

World School International Forum 2008

World School International Forum 2008 was hosted by ITC Enrico Tosi in Varese, Italy from October 20th to November 1st 2008. ITC Enrico Tosi is both a sister school of Kanto International Senior High School as well as an active member of the World School and representative to Italy since 1998. More than 100 students and representatives of 20 regions of the world gathered together in multinational teams to discuss and debate pertinent issues under the theme of Environment, Food & Safety.
The students discussed issues related to Food Miles, Human Water Use and Genetically Engineered Foods under the guidance of specialists such as Dr. Alinovi from FAO. The participants also were welcomed by the warm embrace of Italian culture and got to visit many sites related to Food & Safely. The debates, power point presentations and daily pictures of the forum can be viewed at: http://www.wsf2008.itctosi.va.it/index.php?lingua=1

World School International Forum 2007

After being held in Australia in 2006, World School International Forum 2007 (October 22nd to Nov 3rd) was held in Japan, where it was founded by Kanto International Senior High School.
In celebration of its tenth International Forum, Kanto International Senior High School not only invited students and teachers from 20 regions of the world but also hosted the visit of World School Alumni from 12 member regions to initiate a project to strengthen its network of future leaders to support each other and future International Forums.
More than one hundred students and teachers gathered to exchange ideas on how modern food eating habits affect us, the communities we live in and the quality of our lives. Under the theme of Environment. Food and Health. Students set out to learn the Food and Health of its represented countries as well as being challenged with the question of how they as a multinational team could come up with solutions to change modern eating habits to that of a more environmentally sustainable and healthier one. Delegates brought both research and the results of surveys on modern eating habits they had prepared in their home countries and presented this while experiencing Japanese cuisine and research compiled by the students and parents of Kanto International Senior High School on the modern Japanese diet and what Japan could tender as possible solutions.

Taking part in exhibiting Traditional dances and information on their schools and regions, the participates also joined Kanto International Senior High Schools International Festival which was open to some 5000 Junior School students and the local community. After spending four days in the homes of Kanto students, participants created a lunch box (Bento) together with their host families under the theme of "Borderless Bento" creatively mixing the food culture of both Japan and their own regions of the world. The participants were also shown on National television as they took part in cleaning the local beach in Katsuura where Kanto International Senior High School's country campus is located.

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES & REGIONS:
Australia, Canada, China, Finland, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macao, New Zealand, United States of America, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, Japan.

Daily videos and Pictures of the event can be seen on the World School International Forum 2007 Website: http://www.wscommittee.com/ws/ws2007/

*Seminar results will also be available on this website in the New Year.

World School International Forums in the Future
International Forum 2009 Tokyo, Japan
International Forum 2010 Seoul, Korea

World School International Forum 2006

World School International Forum 2006 was hosted by St. Pauls School in Queensland, Australia from October 15th to October 28th 2006. St. Pauls School is both a sister school of Kanto International Senior High School as well as an active member of the World School and representative to Australia since the World School was founded. More than 100 students and representatives of 19 regions of the world gathered together in multinational teams to discuss the creation of sustainable communities under the theme of Environment. Creating Sustainable Urban Communities. The students discussed how people live and manage the environment around them. They discussed differences in living environments, why they exist and recommend how people can minimize negative environmental impacts and enhance the positive outcomes of a cleaner, healthier environment for the future. Finally they created a Charter stating how we can live in the environment in a more sustainable manner. Member teachers also created a charter of their own under the same theme outlining the Knowledge Skills and Attitudes that student and countries around the world need schools to teach them. The Charter; PowerPoint presentations and daily pictures of the forum can be viewed at: http://www.wscommittee.com/ws/ws2006/

WorldSchool International Forum 2005

WorldSchool International Forum 2005 was hosted by Kanto International Senior High School from October 24, to November 5, 2005. The theme was based on communication and concentrated on Media Literacy in the 21st Century.Students explored the skills deemed necessary by students to help look at media from an objective, global perspective and Lesson plans were created by multinational groups that students felt best deliver these skills.

In 2006, the WorldSchool will be hosted by World School Representatives of St. Paul’s School, Queensland in Australia. The theme of Environment will be looked at in detail and the WorldSchool members will continue to create a continuum of authentic learning programs reflecting the changing needs of our societies in preparing the youth of today for tomorrow. Scenes from the event can be viewed at http://www.wscommittee.com/ws/ws2005/

World School International Forum 2004

World School International Forum 2004 was coordinated by three countries, hosted in two, and joined by representative schools from twenty countries. The event was held for one week in the United Kingdom by Invicta Grammar School, Maidstone Kent, and for one week in Germany by Kopernikus Gymnasium, Rheine.

The theme was “Living and Working in a Global Economy”. In The United Kingdom, students were introduced to the concepts of trade on a global scale. In Germany, delegates investigated examples of micro level cooperation between Germany and its cross border neighbors, as an example of how International Cooperation between nations could exist in the near future. At the end of the two weeks, the students presented their impressions concerning the theme, discussing the difficulties, the benefits, and the moral issues. Most importantly, they shared with the other delegates their suggestions for the kind of curriculum needed in schools around the world to help increase awareness of the global economic issues, and increase understanding of the intricate nature of cooperation between nations needed in order for these nations to survive, now and in the future.

World School International Forum 2005 will be hosted by Kanto International Senior High School from October 24, to November 5, 2005. The theme will be based on communication and will concentrate on exploring media literacy. We will be exploring the skills deemed necessary by students to help look at media from an objective, global perspective. We, member schools of the World School, feel the development of such skills are essential in nurturing responsible, global citizens and leaders of an ever internationalized future.

In 2006, the World School will be hosted by World School Representatives of St. Paul’s School, Queensland in Australia. The theme of Environment will be looked at in detail and the World School members will continue to create a continuum of authentic learning programs reflecting the changing needs of our societies in preparing the youth of today for tomorrow.

World School International Forum 2003

World School International Forum 2003 was held at Kanto International Senior High School from October twenty-seventh to November eighth, and was attended by more than one hundred students and teachers from twenty-one schools representing eighteen regions of the world. Multinational teams created interdisciplinary and cross-cultural lesson plans that could be used to augment learning areas taught throughout the world.

The lesson plans for 2003 were designed under the broad theme of "Citizenship" and implemented a variety of skills deemed necessary by students for the development of cosmopolitan citizens for the international society of the future.
Scenes from the event can be viewed at http://www.wscommittee.com/wsandif2003/

World School International Forum 2002

World School International Forum 2002 was hosted by Lincoln Memorial University located in Tennessee (USA) from October twenty-seventh to November ninth. It marked the first time the World School International Forum was held outside of Japan and was officially opened with a speech by His Excellency Ambassador George Staples, the American Ambassador to Cameroon and the Equatorial Guinea. His Excellency spoke about what it meant to be an ambassador and reminded each of the members that they came to the World School International Forum as representatives of their countries and would return home as ambassadors of the world and of peace.

Students and teachers gathered to demonstrate lessons in personal and social development. Included were the presentation of cross-cultural interdisciplinary skills, attitudes and behavior that the students felt were needed for the development of sensitive, peace-loving, global citizens of the future. Workshops included a wide range of topics that could be implemented to augment present curricula found worldwide. Social and personal development professionals from all over the United States attended and gave their insights on new and advanced teaching methods.
Scenes from the event can be viewed at http://home.att.ne.jp/omega/worldschool/ktv/

update: Sep 17, 2015

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