沿革

1.大正・黎明期 [ THE DAWNING YEARS ]

1913 - June.

A reliable person is earnest, trustworthy, and dependable. A person brave in peace, of strong will, and deeply resolved not to follow blindly the will of others. There is no society more unhappier than one in which its people cannot rely on one another. Could it not be that the danger faced by modern man is that people have neglected to trust one another?

1915 - April.

Eiji Hori returns from the United States and establishes the Eishuji Accounting Academy in Minami Gofuku-cho, Nagoya.

1918 - October.

The name of the school is changed to "Kyoei Trade School" when it is approved as a Class Ⅱ school.

(Kyoei Trade School shortly after its establishment) The teaching staff posing in front of the main gate

1919 - September.

Move to the new building in an area near the Southeast intersection in front of Tsuruma Park.

1925 - April.

Status raised to Class I school, and name is changed to "Kyoei Commercial School." In September, the school moves to what is now its location in Mizuho-ku in Nagoya. The school in Gokiso becomes the independent "Kyoei Commercial Typist School."

1926 - May.

Zenkohji Temple (predecessor to Kyoei Temple) is moved from Tsuruma-cho to Amaike-cho. The main hall of the temple was built in 1930.

2.昭和・激動期 [ THE HARD YEARS ]

1927 - January.

Kyoei Commercial School takes its first school trip to a foreign country (Taiwan).

1933 - July.

Kyoei Trading Corporation (Kyoei Department Store) is founded. In August, the opening ceremony is held.

1933- Opening of Kyoei Department Store in front of Tsuruma Park

1942 - October.

Religious and military ceremonies are held to mark the 30th anniversary of the founding of the school.

1944 - April.

Name of school changed to "Kyoei Women's Commercial School." In the same year, the Kyoei Gakuen Foundation is formed.

1945 - August.

People released from mandatory military-related work. Classes begin once again in four different locations including Zenkohji Temple.

3.昭和・復興期 [ SHOWA - THE PERIOD of REVIVAL ]

1946 - April.

Sudden passing away of founder Eiji Hori. Yoshifumi Hori is appointed the new director.

School funeral ceremony of Founder Eiji Hori

1948 - April.

School is renamed "Kyoei Commercial High School" and "Kyoei Commercial Junior High School" in accordance with the mandatory reorganization of the school system

1951 - March.

Kyoei Gakuen recognized as an educational institution.

1954 - April.

Kyoei Kindergarten is opened.

May, 1955 - Kyoei Kindergarten shortly after opening

1958 - June.

Baseball playing field constructed in Tempaku-cho.

1962 - April.

Industrial arts curriculum established at Kyoei Commercial High School. Course in genreral industry and machinery are offered.

4.昭和・平成発展期 [ DEVELOPMENT YEARS ]

1963 - April.

Suzuka High School opened.

A view from the main gate of Suzuka High School Hiratano's School

In November, ceremonies held to honor the 50th anniversary of the founding of Kyoei Gakuen.

1915 - April.

Kyoei Junior High School closed.

1966 - April.

Suzuka Junior College opened. (Home economics department.)

Cooking lessons in Domestic Science Course

1967 - March.

Approved by Minister of Health and Welfare approves the school for training nutritionist, In October, the name of the "Kyoei High School" is changed to "Kyoei High School".

1968 - March.

Industrial education courses are stopped and from April, a standard curriculum is offered.

1969 - February.

A third home economics curriculum is approved at Suzuka Junior College.

1970 - April.

Night home economics classes for Suzuka High School offered in a factory in Suzuka. All classes become coeducational.

1971 - February.

Approval granted to increase correspondence courses for Kyoei High School. Approval granted by Ministry of Education for providing technical education.

1973 - October.

A ceremony to mark the 60th anniversary of the founding of Kyoei Gakuen is held at the Nagoya Civic Center.

1976 - April.

Kyoei Typist School becomes a technical school and is named "Kyoei Typist Institute."

1979 - March.

Night school system for Suzuka High School is ended. A school building is added in Nagano Prefecture.

1983 - April.

The Eitoku Extension of Kyoei High School opens. In October, a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of Kyoei Gakuen is held at the Nagoya Civic Center.

A view from the main gate of Eitoku High School shortly after its establishment

October, 1983 - Ceremony at the Nagoya Civic Center to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of Kyoei Gakuen

1984 - April.

Business courses are established at Kyoei Junior College. In the same month, business information courses are established at Kyoei Typist Institute.

1985 - January.

An education system observation team from China visits Kyoei Typist School.
In April, the Eitoku Extension School becomes the independent Eitoku High School. And during the same month, Kyoei Typist School becomes "Kyoei Business College" and departments for data processing, and secretarial typing are established.

1986 - April.

The Suzuka Junior High School is opened.

Suzuka Junior High School shortly after it was established

Suzuka Junior College the 20th anniversary of foundation ceremony.

 

1987 - April.

The name of the home economics course at the Suzuka Junior College is changed to clothing accessory course and business classes at the school become co-educational.

1988 - April.

Kyoei High School becomes completely co-educational. In December Eitoku High School takes its first school trip to a foreign country (China).

1989 - March.

The third section of the home economics course at Suzuka Junior College is ended and in the same month industrial education classes at Suzuka High School are closed. A food and culture class is added to the home economics courses at Suzuka Junior College. (Increased enrollment is approved.)

1990 - March.

General courses at Kyoei Business College are ended. In April, a food and culture course for those majoring in home economics is offered.

1991 - April.

The name of home economics department is changed to lifestyle science at the Suzuka Junior College. These courses are co-educational.

1992 - April.

A travel services department and medical secretary and office automation department at Kyoei Business College is opened. These classes are co-educational. In May, a sister-college agreement is established with the Northern Marianas College in the Northern Islands.

1993 - June.

A sister-school agreement is established between the Suzuka High School and Branchester High School in the state of Ohio in the United States.
In Octover Suzuka High School the 30th anniversary of foundation hold in Heiankaku, Suzuka city.

Suzuka High School the 30th anniversary of foundation (Heiankaku, Suzuka city)

In October, Eitoku High School made a bust of our director general and held the ceremony of unveiling for the 10th anniversary of foundation.

Unveiling ceremony

In October, Eitoku High School established a sister-school agreement with Dannevirke High School in New Zealand.
In December, Suzuka International University is approved.

1994 - March.

Suzuka International University was founded and start-ed in April.

Suzuka International University

Director Yoshifumi Hori making an address

In November, Kyoei gakuen the 80th Anniversary of the foundation is held in Rubrum Ohzan.

1995 - November.

Imperial Mikasanomiya-Norihito planted in commemoration in Suzuka International University.

Mikasanomiya-Tomohito, a member of the Imperial Family, performs a commemorative planting ceremony to honor Suzuka International University.

1996

In February, Kyoei Gakuen Headquarter Office moved to 3-32-26, Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya.
In March, an agreement about academic interchange is established between Suzuka International University and Sean Foreign Language University in China.
In June, a sister-school agreement is established between Suzuka International University and Shoshin Professional University in Korea.

Just signed the sister institutes contract with CHANG-SHIN COLLEGE in Korea

In December, an agreement about academic interchange is established between Suzuka International University and Toho Economic Professional School in Taiwan.

The visitors from XI'AN FOREIGN LANGUAGE UNIVERSITY President SUN-TAINTI and Director ZHANG-HUANFU

1997

In August,Suzuka International University had a groundbreaking ceremony for the new building.
In November, an Agreement on Academic Exchange was reached between Suzuka International University was Polytechnical University of Valencia.

Signing the Agreement on Academic Exchange with Polytechnical University of Valencia.

In December, Suzuka International University obtained authorization for the Graduate School of International Studies (Master Program in International Society).
In December, Suzuka International University obtained authorization to and the Department of International Studies to the Faculty of International Affairs.

1998

In February, Suzuka International University obtained authorization for the Teacher's Certificate Programs.
In March, the first Ceremony of Conferment of Bachelor's Degree was held.
In April the name of "Suzuka Junior College Is changed to "Suzuka International University Junior College"

2000

In July, Takashi Hori is appointed the new director.
In October, Suzuka International University obtained authorization to the Department of Hospitality Services, Tourism and Regional Development.

2000 In July, Takashi Hori is appointed the new director.

2001

In August, Suzuka International University obtained authorization to establish the Department of British and American Studies.

2002

In April, Toshikazu Suzuki appointed the president of Suzuka International University.
In April, Tomio Sawada appointed as the principal of Kyoei High School.
In August, Yasuo Takemura (the former president of Mie University) appointed as the first president of Kyoei Gakuen.
In August, Kyoei High School temporarily moved to the former Aichi Prefectural University site (Takata-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya) while their new building was being constructed.
In September, Kyoei Gakuen Headquarters Office moved to 3-11-16, Chiyoda, Naka-ku, Nagoya.
In October, ceremonies held to mark the 20th anniversary of the founding of Eitoku High School.

2003

In March, Kyoei High School baseball ground completed in Seto City, Aichi.

In August, the memorial hall (gym) to mark the 40th anniversary of the founding of Suzuka High School completed.

In September, a ceremony held to honor the completion of the memorial hall to mark the 40th anniversary of the founding of Suzuka High School.
In September, the new building of Kyoei High School completed (a commemorative project of the 90th anniversary of the founding of Kyoei Gakuen.)

In October, the opening ceremony held to honor the new building of Kyoei High School.

In November, held a memorial ceremony to mark the 90th anniversary of the founding of Kyoei Gakuen.

2004

In April, Haruo Saji appointed as the president of Suzuka International University Junior College.
Yoshinori Hori appointed as the principal of Suzuka Junior High School/Suzuka High School.
Shinji Kondo appointed as the principal of Eitoku High School.

2005

In March, Approval granted to abolish the Kyoei High School correspondence courses.
Approval granted to abolish the advanced course for Kyoei Business College.
In April, Takashi Hori appointed as the president of Kyoei Gakuen (concurrent post).
Yasuo Takemura appointed as the president of Suzuka International University.

2006

In April, Suzuka International University Junior College changed its name to Suzuka Junior College.
Takashi Hori appointed as the principal of Kyoei High School (concurrent post).
Hiroshi Ito appointed as the principal of Suzuka Junior High School.
In November 8, Held a memorial ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the founding of Suzuka Junior High School.
In November 23, Held a memorial ceremony to mark the 40th anniversary of the founding of Suzuka Junior College.

2008

In April, Takashi Hori appointed as the president of Suzuka International University (concurrent post).
Nobutaka Hasegawa appointed as the principal of Kyoei High School.
Yasukazu Yamanaka appointed as the principal of Suzuka Junior High School/Suzuka High School.
Yoshio Uchida appointed as the principal of Eitoku High School.

2010

In April, Eiko Sugiyama appointed as the fourth director.
Junzo Nakano appointed as the president of Suzuka International University.

5.平成・再生・創造期 [ HEISEI-THE PERIOD OF REGENERATION/CREATION ]

2011

In April, Haruo Saji appointed as the fifth director.
Hisakazu Kimura appointed as the principal of Eitoku High School.
Mayumi Kodama appointed as the principal of Kyoei Kindergarten.

In November 9, Held a memorial ceremony to mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of Suzuka Junior High School.

2012

In April, Shinichi Nanpo appointed as the principal of Kyoei high School.
Toshihisa Matoba appointed as the principal of the Suzuka High School.
Hisashi Hatano appointed as the principal of Suzuka Junior High School/Suzuka High School.
Suzuka Junior College moved from the Shono campus to the Koriyama campus.

2013

In April, Kazuhiko Kakio appointed as the sixth director.
Toshihiko Izumo appointed as the president of Suzuka International University/Suzuka Junior College.
Nobutaka Hasegawa appointed as the principal of Kyoei High School.

In September 29, Held a memorial ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of Kyoei High School.

In November 9, Held a memorial ceremony to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of Suzuka High School.

In November 22, Held a memorial ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of Kyoei Gakuen.

2014

In April, Established Kyoei Gakuen, Aichi Kyoei Gakuen, and Suzuka Kyoei Gakuen in accordance with the separation of the institution.
Kazuhiko Kakio appointed as the new director of Kyoei Gakuen (continued).
Nobutaka Hasegawa appointed the first director of Aichi Kyoei Gakuen.
Kazuhiko Kakio appointed the first director of Suzuka Kyoei Gakuen.
Shoji Ichino appointed as the president of Kyoei Gakuen Suzuka International University

2015

In April, Suzuka International University changed its name to Suzuka University.
Suzuka Junior College changed its name to Suzuka University Junior College.
Kazuhiko Kakio reappointed as the Director of Kyoei Gakuen.
Shoji Ichino appointed the president of Suzuka University/Suzuka University Junior College.
Bungo Suzuki appointed as the principal of Eitoku High School.
Hisataka Watanabe appointed as the principal of Suzuka Junior High School.

In April, Suzuka University Junior College increased the admission quota of the Child Studies Course at the Department of Life Communication Studies from 70 to 90.

2016

In April, Major in Children's Education established at Suzuka University Junior College.

In August, Suzuka University obtained authorization for the Department of Child Education at the Faculty of Child Education.

In November 3, Held a memorial ceremony to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of Suzuka University Junior College.

In November 13, Held a memorial ceremony to mark the 30th anniversary of the founding of Suzuka Junior High School.