Canadian Academy is fortunate to offer its students exceptional learning environments on its purpose-built nine-acre footprint.
Originally constructed in 1990, our campus on Rokko Island is both central to our students’ lives and a cornerstone of the idyllic residential community nestled in the bay of Kobe.
Our new campus on Rokko Island provided the space needed for our continued growth - as well as for the wellbeing of our community. Moving from left to right, our Early Learning Activities Center, main building, Lilly soccer pitch, and our boarding Gloucester House can be seen at the bottom of the photo.
Our school’s Board of Trustees made a courageous choice in the late 1980s when they decided to relocate CA from its original site in Nagamine-dai to the then-nascent Rokko Island. In retrospect it is self-evident that the ample physical space afforded by the move – and the highly specialized facilities we have subsequently developed – enabled CA to flourish into the school of choice in Japan, offering outstanding learning opportunities to all learners of all ages.