Japanese students immerse themselves in American culture at Clifton school

Sponsor and teacher Kiyo Nishikawa alternates between the English and Japanese languages when teaching at Christian Community Schools, a private school at 615 Interstate 70 Business Loop in Clifton. Above are Japanese exchange students Yutaka Okubo, Yoshi Masaka and Airi Miyamoto. The fourth student is an American, Nicholas Hill.



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Sponsor and teacher Kiyo Nishikawa alternates between the English and Japanese languages when teaching at Christian Community Schools, a private school at 615 Interstate 70 Business Loop in Clifton. Above are Japanese exchange students Yutaka Okubo, Yoshi Masaka and Airi Miyamoto. The fourth student is an American, Nicholas Hill.

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