Hiroshima Saniku Gakuin / Hiroshima Saniku Senior High School (Hiroshima-ken, Daiwa-cho, JP)

A secondary school located in Hiroshima-ken, Daiwa-cho, Japan. It is nestled on a hillside of 84 acres (34 hectares) surrounded by evergreen hills, abundant in trees and seasonal flowers. It is ideal for study, self-reflection, and prayer. From Hiroshima city this ideal location is about a 45-mile (70-kilometer) drive along a scenic country road. There are three separate programs carried out on the school campus, namely, the senior high school, junior high school, and elementary school. Each is headed by a principal under the directorship of the president, who coordinates the functions of these three independent schools. About 99 percent of the total academy, senior and junior enrollment, live in the dormitories. The school is far from the concentration of church members. This institution ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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