There are over 18 different clubs, many of which meet daily after school.
Students spend long hours practicing in sports clubs like Kendo, Tennis,
Badminton, Swimming, Track and Field, and of course, Meito’s excellent
Soccer Club, which has fielded numerous champions and was flown to play
matches in Turin, Italy in 2007. Apart from the sports clubs, there are
traditional cultural activities such as Tea Ceremony or Noh Club, or more
modern ones such as the Drama or Computer Clubs. The Foreign
Languages Club is popular with both English and general majors, who get a
chance to practice speaking in a more relaxed setting.
Meito hosts the annual Meito English Speech contest, whose
contestants compete in front of judges from the local universities. Another
annual event that brings the school a lot of attention is the School Festival,
renowned for its creativity and spirit of fun. Add to this the annual Meito
Art Jam and the Spring and Fall Sports Days, and you get some idea of the
energy and vitality of this campus and its fully packed calendar.
Tennis Track ＆ Field Soccer Rugby Kendo
Table Tennis Volleyball Basketball Rhythmic Gymnastics
Badminton Baseball Swimming Handball
Fine Arts Computer Brass Band Broadcasting Drama
Homemaking Foreign Languages Noh Play Natural Sciences
Tea Ceremony Movie Study Junior Red Cross Comics Dance
Educational Objectives|Club Activities
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