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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Education

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Education (東京都教育委員会 Tōkyō-to Kyōiku Iinkai) is the board of education in Tokyo, Japan. The board directly manages all of the public high schools in all 23 special wards, the Greater Tokyo Area, and all islands under Tokyo's jurisdiction.

Contents

  • The 23 Wards 1
    • Adachi 1.1
      • High schools 1.1.1
    • Arakawa 1.2
      • High schools 1.2.1
    • Bunkyo 1.3
      • High schools 1.3.1
    • Chiyoda 1.4
      • High schools 1.4.1
    • Chūō 1.5
      • High schools 1.5.1
    • Edogawa 1.6
      • High schools 1.6.1
    • Itabashi 1.7
      • High schools 1.7.1
    • Katsushika 1.8
      • High schools 1.8.1
    • Kita 1.9
      • High schools 1.9.1
    • Koto 1.10
      • High schools 1.10.1
    • Meguro 1.11
      • High schools 1.11.1
    • Minato 1.12
      • High schools 1.12.1
    • Nakano 1.13
      • High schools 1.13.1
    • Nerima 1.14
      • High schools 1.14.1
    • Ōta 1.15
      • High schools 1.15.1
    • Setagaya 1.16
      • High schools 1.16.1
    • Shibuya 1.17
      • High schools 1.17.1
    • Shinagawa 1.18
      • High schools 1.18.1
    • Shinjuku 1.19
      • High schools 1.19.1
    • Suginami 1.20
      • High schools 1.20.1
    • Sumida 1.21
      • junior high schools 1.21.1
      • High schools 1.21.2
    • Taito 1.22
      • junior high schools 1.22.1
      • High schools 1.22.2
    • Toshima 1.23
      • High schools 1.23.1
  • Greater Tokyo Area (incorporated cities) 2
    • Akiruno 2.1
      • High schools 2.1.1
    • Akishima 2.2
      • High schools 2.2.1
    • Chōfu 2.3
      • High schools 2.3.1
    • Fuchu 2.4
      • High schools 2.4.1
    • Fussa 2.5
      • High schools 2.5.1
    • Hachiōji 2.6
      • High schools 2.6.1
    • Hamura 2.7
      • High schools 2.7.1
    • Higashikurume 2.8
      • High schools 2.8.1
    • Higashimurayama 2.9
      • High schools 2.9.1
    • Higashiyamato 2.10
      • High schools 2.10.1
    • Hino 2.11
      • High schools 2.11.1
    • Inagi 2.12
      • High schools 2.12.1
    • Kiyose 2.13
      • High schools 2.13.1
    • Kodaira 2.14
      • High schools 2.14.1
    • Koganei 2.15
      • High schools 2.15.1
    • Kokubunji 2.16
      • High schools 2.16.1
    • Komae 2.17
      • High schools 2.17.1
    • Kunitachi 2.18
      • High schools 2.18.1
    • Machida 2.19
      • High schools 2.19.1
    • Mitaka 2.20
      • High schools 2.20.1
    • Mushashimurayama 2.21
      • High schools 2.21.1
    • Musashino 2.22
      • junior high schools 2.22.1
      • High schools 2.22.2
    • Nishi-tokyo 2.23
      • High schools 2.23.1
    • Ōme 2.24
      • High schools 2.24.1
    • Tachikawa 2.25
      • High schools 2.25.1
    • Tama 2.26
      • High schools 2.26.1
    • Nishitama District 2.27
      • High schools 2.27.1
  • Tokyo-Administered Islands 3
    • Hachijojima 3.1
      • High schools 3.1.1
    • Kozushima 3.2
      • High schools 3.2.1
    • Miyakejima 3.3
      • High schools 3.3.1
    • Niijima 3.4
      • High schools 3.4.1
    • Ogasawara 3.5
      • High schools 3.5.1
    • Izu Ōshima 3.6
      • High schools 3.6.1
  • Specialized schools 4
    • Technical schools 4.1
      • 23 special wards 4.1.1
    • Schools for the blind 4.2
      • 23 special wards 4.2.1
      • Greater Tokyo Area (incorporated cities) 4.2.2
    • Schools for the deaf 4.3
      • 23 special wards 4.3.1
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

The 23 Wards

Adachi

High schools

Arakawa

High schools

Bunkyo

High schools

Chiyoda

High schools

Chūō

High schools

Edogawa

High schools

Itabashi

High schools

Katsushika

High schools

Kita

High schools

Koto

High schools

Meguro

High schools

Minato

High schools

Nakano

High schools

Nerima

High schools

Ōta

High schools

Setagaya

High schools

Shibuya

High schools

Shinagawa

High schools

Shinjuku

High schools

Suginami

High schools

Sumida

junior high schools


High schools

Taito

junior high schools

High schools

Toshima

High schools

Greater Tokyo Area (incorporated cities)

Akiruno

High schools

Akishima

High schools

Chōfu

High schools

Fuchu

High schools

Fussa

High schools

Hachiōji

High schools

Hamura

High schools

Higashikurume

High schools

Higashimurayama

High schools

Higashiyamato

High schools

Hino

High schools

Inagi

High schools

Kiyose

High schools

Kodaira

High schools

Koganei

High schools

Kokubunji

High schools

Komae

High schools

Kunitachi

High schools

Machida

High schools

Mitaka

High schools

Mushashimurayama

High schools

Musashino

junior high schools

High schools

Nishi-tokyo

High schools

Ōme

High schools

Tachikawa

High schools

Tama

High schools

Nishitama District

High schools

Tokyo-Administered Islands

Hachijojima

High schools

Kozushima

High schools

Miyakejima

High schools

Niijima

High schools

Ogasawara

High schools

Izu Ōshima

High schools

Specialized schools

Technical schools

23 special wards

Schools for the blind

23 special wards

Greater Tokyo Area (incorporated cities)

Schools for the deaf

23 special wards

  • Central School for the Deaf (2 locations) [207] - Shakuji Campus (石神井校舎) in Nerima and Otsuka Campus (大塚校舎) in Toshima

See also

External links

  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Education (Japanese)
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