In compliance with Governor Newsom’s announcement that all California schools will be closed for the rest of this academic year, OCG will be closed through June. Over the past weeks, our advisors have been working with our teachers on how to conduct online classes, beginning on Saturday, April 11. Your teacher will be in contact with you. Our tuition will be cut in half for April and May (we do not charge tuition in June). We also understand that many families’ conditions may have changed, and encourage you to contact us if that is the case. As always, we hope you all are doing well, keeping healthy and in good spirits.

Language

Classes for ages
3 through adult

Culture

Weekly activities and special events

Community

Parents, teachers, and students together

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Preschool Classroom Learning Japanese

Quick facts

Saturday morning classes, 8:45-12:30 in Huntington Beach

Classes for beginners as well as for children who primarily speak Japanese at home

Mikan Club for preschool aged children from 9:00-12:30pm

Classes for adult learners of Japanese

Cultural classes such as flower arrangement

Field day tug of war

Why choose us

We feature an innovative curriculum based in a philosophy of interactive, context-based teaching and learning. In addition to developing a strong foundation in Japanese language, OCG emphasizes immersing our students in Japanese cultural experiences in a welcoming and nurturing environment that builds community. Our goal is for our students to enjoy learning and want to continue to study Japanese, hopefully for a lifetime.

FOUNDED 1975

OCG is one of the oldest & largest Japanese language schools in Orange County.

LOCATION: HUNTINGTON BEACH

Conveniently located for families in Orange County and surrounding areas.

STUDENTS: 180

Vibrant community of students with a 14:1 student/teacher ratio.

TOTAL LANGUAGE ENVIRONMENT

Providing a rich learning environment in which students are exposed to all facets of Japanese language.

HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT

Our students are able to earn foreign language or elective credits at their local high school.

INDEPENDENT SINCE 2010

Teachers, parents, and trustees share governance in creating a curriculum and school environment that encourages the study of Japanese.