Japanese exchange program visits Kyabram P-12 College.August 20, 2014 3:15am
Students from Shiroi High School visited the Kyabram P-12 Dawes Rd Campus on Monday.Pictured (left to right): Charlotte Faaoso, Natsumi Takane, T.K Owen, Sonomi Takemata, Katie Tervit.
Students from the Shiroi, Oyamaguchi and Nanatsugidai Junior High Schools in Japan have touched down in Kyabram for a week of cultural exchange with Kyabram P-12 College.
Arriving in Melbourne on Sunday, 16 Japanese Year 8 students were introduced to their host families before beginning their week on Monday with a day of cultural classes and a night of karaoke at Tony’s Pizza.
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