Depends largely on the grade level and school. In general, English, Modern Japanese, Classical Japanese, World History, Japanese History, Math, Biology, PE, Art (usually elective with options like calligraphy and music), home ec, physics, and chemistry. In Japan you stay in one class, and the teachers rotate to you. You have more classes but less frequently. You may have PE three times a week, world history twice a week, art one a week, etc. After school you also have your club activity, a sport or something like that, then you also have juku. Which are private after school tutoring programs to help prepare for entrance exams and the like. In you last year you pick between math and science focus, or language and history focus. You then only take classes within your focus, and your entrance exams are based off of that focus as well.