School guidance

School guidance
 
We here in Akenohoshi believe all people are the children of God and are loved by Him.
Our Christian-based educational system aims to develop the special talents of each student
so they can be use them in the service of all mankind.

History

April, 1949   Fukuyama Akenohoshi Girl's Junior High School established
April, 1952   Fukuyama Akenohoshi Girls' High School established.
December, 1956   Construction of the Provisional Gymnasium 
February, 1962   Lecture hall completed
April, 1963   Athletic ground completed
December, 1967   Gymnasium completed
May, 1968   Home economics classroom completed
September, 1970   Athletic ground extension completed
July, 1974   Classroom remodeling
February, 1978    Joan of Ark Building completed
March, 1980   Fukuyama Akenohoshi Education Training Center completed
June, 1980   The natatorium completed
May, 1984   New gymnasium completed
April, 1986   Prayer Temple completed
April, 1994   The east school building (sixth grade classroom, library) completed
August, 1998   The new lecture hall completed
September, 2005   Irene building repair work completed
2010 ...   
September, 2012  
School building seismic strengthening construction completed
March, 2012  
 
 
Regent Christian Academy
(Regent Christian Academy)
Sister school relationship established (Canada)
March, 2013  
 
 
 
Saleh Genting Highland School
(S. M.S. Saleha Genting Highlands,and,Highlands International Boarding School)
Sister school relationship established (Malaysia)
March, 2015  
 
 
Villa Maria college
(Villa, Maria, College)
Sister school relationship established (New Zealand)
Founder Mary Therese de subiran
Founder Mary Therese de Subiran
Our school was established by the Maria Auxtrice  Order of nuns headquartered in Paris, France.  This Order, founded in 1864 by Mary Therese de Subiran, aimed to serve both God and country by meeting the various social needs of the community. 
Fukuyama Akenohoshi Educational Instituion was established by four sisters who  visited Japan in 1947 and gave hope and joy to the people through the power of Christ. They established a kindergarten, an elementary school, a junior high school, and a high school in an attempt to meet the educational needs of the people of Fukuyama.