Homeschooling in Japan

Homeschooling courses from age 14

Wolsey Hall Oxford has seen a growing number of national and expatriate families choosing to homeschool in Japan. Whilst mainstream education is compulsory for resident children up to high school age in Japan, it becomes a legal and viable option once your child reaches 14 years old.

At Wolsey Hall Oxford we offer a wide range of IGCSE and A level courses and we pride ourselves on the quality of our course materials. Our online learning platform used by students ensures communication between them and their Tutors is seamless.

We also offer a University Advice Service to help students choose a suitable range of subjects for their chosen path and to assist them with the application process to universities worldwide.

Wolsey Hall Oxford is a registered school of Cambridge Assessment International Education

Wolsey Hall is a registered online Cambridge International School

Meet an expatriate family homeschooling in Japan

UK curriculum accepted worldwide

Many ex-pat families decide to homeschool with Wolsey Hall so that their children can receive a British curriculum education and this option is becoming more popular with Japanese families too.

Other families choose Wolsey Hall as it means they can continue with a seamless education even if they move to another country.

Developing independent learners

The IGCSE is the world’s most popular exam for 14 to 16 year olds and our A level qualifications are recognised by universities and employers worldwide.

Our courses are designed to help your child develop the independent learner skills necessary to transition smoothly to university.

We look forward to welcoming your child to our online Cambridge accredited school.