Kansai: Senri and Osaka International Schools of Kwansei Gakuin
Tokyo: Senzoku Gakuen High School
Kyushu: Fukuoka Jo Gakuin Junior & Senior High School
Marking the highest number of participants in the history of this event in this nation, the World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) 2017 has concluded its highly successful, and meaningful 10th anniversary season in Japan. This year was full of discovery and new challenges both for the team and the organization; hosting not only the pre-existing two rounds (Tokyo and Kansai), but a brand new round in Kyushu, making WSC accessible to more students.
As an organization, the WSC Japan Committee has re-established as an NPO, allowing all participants and staffs to be assured a insurance plan during the rounds.
We have created a press release and sent them to multiple press clubs including: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, and Kawasaki City Office. As a result, various online articles and magazine posts were published.