TOEIC/ TOEFL/ STEP Eiken
LOFT students, through hard work achieve excellent results. LOFT students are interested
in more than just passing entrance exams for getting into high school or college. LOFT students have higher goals (i.e. living or experiencing life in the U.S., Canada, or elsewhere), or preparing for their future in business, medicine, or dentistry. Notable examples:
At age 19, a LOFT student scored 970 on the TOEIC and then went off to live in Canada.
At age 11, a LOFT student passed level 2 of the STEP Eiken.
At age 24, a LOFT student scored 950 on the TOEIC and now lives in the United States.
A LOFT student was ranked #1 in Niigata Prefecture passing Niigata High School's entrance exam.
Many of those who studied at the LOFT as children are now dentists, doctors, and successful business persons today.
Many LOFT students go overseas to work at NIH (the National Institute of Health),
other notable institutions, or American universities.
Currently, over 30 former LOFT students are living or working overseas today.
These are just some examples of LOFT success. Success takes perseverence, determination,
and more than just going to a juku.