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Cougar Cafe, Activity & Sports Center

About us

Introducing the Cougar Café, Activity & Sports Center

In line with our progressive teaching philosophy, we believe that our campus should co-evolve with the changing needs of 21st century learners.

Following upon the completion in 1998 of our award-winning Fine Arts Center, and in 2011 of our Science Center, we now introduce our Cougar Café, Activity & Sports Center.

Healthy Living and Healthy Food

As a school, we do not solely cater to the intellectual needs of our students, we seek to foster healthy life-style habits through adequate nutrition and regular physical activity.

Main Features

  • Sports Court - 540 m²
  • Studio 1A - 46.5 m²
  • Studio 1B - 51.5 m²
  • Studio 2 - 165 m²
  • Cougar Café  - 300 m²
  • 4 Changing Rooms
  • Terrace
  • Health Room

WATCH THE CONSTRUCTION LIVE!

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The building is an true feat of planing and engineering that allows to maximise the relatively limited land available in the historical Yamate area.
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The Construction Site

Pictures of the progress

The construction company has set up special windows so that members of our community can observe the day-to-day progress safely.

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Groundbreaking ceremony

The groundbreaking ceremony for the Cougar Café, Activity & Sports Center consisted of a traditional Japanese ritual led by a Shinto priest, followed by a prayer by Brendan Agnew, Religious Studies Department Head. It was hosted by our construction company, Toda Kensetsu. There was a representation from the Saint Maur community--Board, Administration, staff, parents. Our external guests included the Sisters of Infant Jesus Provincial Sister Kimiko Matsumoto, representatives from Futaba Gakuen, and Yokohama City officials.

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