※The information below has been abbreviated. Applicants should reference the 2014 Mie Prefectural High School Admissions Screening Guidelines (｢平成２６年度三重県立高等学校入学者選抜実施要項｣ at http://www.mie-c.ed.jp/koukou/boshu/h26/index.htm for more detailed information on how to apply.
Non-Japanese individuals living with their guardians in Mie or with plans to live in Mie who have been residing in Japan for no more than 6 months by April 1, 2014.
（２）Information on available high schools, curriculum, and documents to be submitted
Please see the 2014 Mie Prefectural High School Admissions Screening Guidelines (平成２６年度三重県立高等学校入学者選抜実施要項), available at the following link:
（３）Number of Applications Accepted
As a general rule, each prefectural high school will accept up to 5 non-Japanese and/or returnee students through this screening. However, Iino High School’s English Communication Department will be accepting up to 10 non-Japanese and/or returnee students. The aforementioned figures reflect the total number of applications accepted during both first and second semester admissions. The maximum capacity of each respective school will be considered during the admissions process, and no school will exceed its student quota.
（４）Application Period and Evaluation Dates for each
First semester admissions
|Mon, January 27～Thurs, January 30||February 6-7|
Second semester admissions
|Fri, February 21～Wed, February 26（excluding Saturday and Sunday）||Tues, March 11|
【First semester admissions】
Evaluation methods will vary by school and may include: interviews, evaluation of self-expression, essays, and/or written tests.
【Second semester admissions】
（for non-Japanese students, etc.）
Essay and Interview
Evaluation by essay and interview will be conducted in the applicant’s native language, English, or Japanese. The decision of whether to admit an applicant will rest with the principal of the school. A written test may also be administered at the discretion of the school’s principal.
（６）Additional Screening Procedures
In addition to the evaluation methods addressed in section（５）, each school will also require that applicants submit a record of their junior high school grades in order to determine suitability and fit.
Adjustment of screening procedures for non-Japanese applicants during second semester admissions and additional admissions periods will be carried out at the discretion of each school’s principal.