Azabu Junior and Senior High School (麻布中学校・高等学校, Azabu Chūgakkō Kōtōgakkō), referred to as "Azabu" by most, is a private preparatory day school in Japan. It teaches boys between seventh and twelves grades. The campus of Azabu is located in the Azabu district of Minato, Tokyo, Japan. Azabu High School technically consists of two institutions, which are Azabu Junior and Senior High Schools (麻布中学校・高等学校, Azabu Chūgakkō Kōtōgakkō), the former teaches pupils between seventh and ninth grades. In contrast, the latter teaches pupils between the tenth and twelfth grades. Azabu is perhaps most widely known as a member of "The Three Houses for Boys," along with two academically distinguished preparatory schools, Kaisei Academy and Musashi Junior & Senior High School. The school has sent approximately one-third of its graduates to the University of Tokyo. Unlike its peers (including the other two schools that make up "The Three Houses for Boys"), the traditions at Azabu are liberal and generous; there are no established school rules that students are required to adhere to, and there is no "study-compelling" atmosphere.