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There are 43 international schools in Tokyo.
11 schools in Tokyo match your filters: Curriculum: International

MEES International School

“A child’s spontaneity and wonder are things to treasure for as long as they last; for the
greatest minds, they last a lifetime.”
Curriculum
International, Project based learning
Language of instruction
English
Ages
1 to 9
This school does not make their fees public.
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Makuhari International School

We are proud to provide a unique educational experience to both returning Japanese students and expatriates that develops students to be multilingual, internationally minded 21st Century model citizens. Our world class, award winning facilities on a spacious campus coupled with richly resourced learning environments – including integrated technology – provide our staff and students every opportunity to achieve academic success in nurturing surroundings. Our students time and time again tell us how much they love coming to MIS and, upon their return, graduates repeatedly share their appreciation for the support and challenge that they were afforded here.
Curriculum
International, Japanese
Languages of instruction
English, Japanese
Ages
3 to 12
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥1,200,000
to: ¥1,500,000
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United School of Tokyo

UST a unique school founded by teachers and parents to provide affordable, quality educational opportunities for families in Tokyo. UST is a popular choice for parents who are looking for a holistic, child-centric school community with good balance between a rigorous international curriculum and daily Japanese program, with great emphasis on creativity, outdoor education, community service and charity.
Curriculum
American, International
Language of instruction
English
Ages
3 to 14
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥1,470,000
to: ¥1,770,000
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Tokyo YMCA International School

Tokyo YMCA International School provides an education guided by the YMCA core values of caring, respect, responsibility, and honesty, plus the importance of community and a high level of academic excellence. To instill and nurture success within the school's diverse school population, TYIS encourages its students to develop an awareness and appreciation of cultural identity and individual acceptance.
Curriculum
American, International
Language of instruction
English
Ages
6 to 14
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥1,716,000
to: ¥1,716,000
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Saint Maur International School

Undoubtedly, one of the most valuable benefits of a Saint Maur education is preparation for the future. We provide students with rigorous academics and robust extracurricular options, which results in a 100% matriculation rate into colleges and universities. Since 1872, Saint Maur has functioned as a school community where moral values govern all that we do to help students, parents and staff reach their full potential.
Curriculum
IB, British, International
Language of instruction
English
Ages
3 to 18
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥2,370,000
to: ¥2,940,000
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Yoyogi International School

Yoyogi International School provides a first-class education with a totally unique curriculum for international students from around the world age 1 1/2 to 11 years old.
Yoyogi International School was founded in 1999 with the vision of providing the children of the international community in Tokyo with a high-quality early childhood education. The School quickly earned a reputation of providing excellent international education, and proudly became one of the most prestigious early learning centers in Tokyo. Yoyogi International School has since extended its' high-quality, enriching program to primary education.
YIS embraces the needs of every child by providing a warm, secure and nurturing environment where children gain independence, motivation, develop critical thinking skills and integrity that are essential for the global society in the 21st century.
Curriculum
International
Ages
2 to 11
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥2,020,000
to: ¥2,120,000
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(1 review)
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Nishimachi International School

Founded in 1949, Nishimachi International School is an independent, coeducational K-9 school in central Tokyo with an internationally well-known academic reputation based on our unique history, English-Japanese language programs, and multicultural approaches to learning. Nishimachi's rigorous English-Japanese program and strong community attract many bicultural families whether they are expatriate or local families. Also, Nishimachi benefits from the committed and dedicated support of parents and alumni.
Curriculum
International
Language of instruction
English
Ages
5 to 15
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥2,840,000
to: ¥2,840,000
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Gregg International School

Since its inception in 1986, Gregg International School has been proud to offer children from around the world a unique multicultural learning environment with carefully selected, professional teachers.
GiS’s low student-teacher ratio and family-like atmosphere provide children of all ages the tools needed for both growth and success through the years.
Curriculum
International
Language of instruction
English
Ages
2 to 12
This school does not make their fees public.
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KAIS Elementary & Middle School

Since opening the school in 2014, we have welcomed students and families from over 20 countries. We are dedicated to providing a unique international learning experience that fosters your child’s natural inclination towards curiosity, self-discovery, personal excellence, and joy. Our school accomplishes this by offering (1) personalized instruction, (2) high academic standards, (3) interdisciplinary, project-based learning, (4) an emphasis on inquiry and experience, and (5) a responsible approach to discipline in which students are encouraged to take responsibility for their actions.
Mission
Our mission is to serve Tokyo’s international community by providing an academically challenging, creatively stimulating, safe and caring learning environment. Our students are seekers of truth and promoters of compassion; we are co-authors of a future that values equality, global awareness, resilience and responsibility over all else.
Vision
Education at KAIS nurtures the values, attitudes and expectations necessary to effectively shape one’s life and thrive in a complex and uncertain global environment. Student success is limited only by the expectations we have of them, and so our vision to cultivate their personal, social and global skills sets the bar high. Ultimately, KAIS seeks to foster confident, curious and self-fulfilled individuals; to nurture empathetic, welcoming and socially responsible members of the community; and to cultivate future leaders, conscientious and enthusiastic agents of positive change in the world. KAIS students are …
… WELCOMING
We cultivate connection, community and friendship with people across a diverse range of backgrounds, interests and personalities.
… PRINCIPLED
We exemplify leadership, independence, resilience and responsibility.
… ENTHUSIASTIC
We are excited about learning and thrive in a collaborative and spirited environment.
… IMAGINATIVE
We explore opportunities for creative expression.
… INDUSTRIOUS
We actively engage in the pursuit of truth and knowledge in a conscientious, honest and open-minded way.
… COMPASSIONATE
We demonstrate empathy for fellow human beings and respect for all living things.
… ASSERTIVE
We approach learning with a sense of confidence, earnestness and humility.
… CURIOUS
We ask questions of the surrounding world, and seek answers to these questions.
… GLOBAL-MINDED
We appreciate and respect the diversity and complexity of the surrounding world and are committed to making it a better place.
Curriculum
International
Language of instruction
English
Ages
3 to 14
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥1,999,000
to: ¥1,999,000
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UIA International School of Tokyo

UIA International School of Tokyo offers from K to grade 12, with IPC, Cambridge IGCSE, and Cambridge A-level qualifications. Cambridge curriculum and assessments are designed to encourage students to develop and become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative, and engaged learners.
Curriculum
British, International
Language of instruction
English
Ages
2 to 18
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥847,000
to: ¥1,507,000
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(1 review)
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New International School of Japan

We are multiage and dual language by design, and we are free from the rigidity and standardization of the age-grade system. Our students are remarkably engaged as we provide a multitude of resources and a positive ethos that is hard to duplicate in traditional school settings. *Mastery* motivation is usual, as we do not make children feel good or bad by virtue of their comparison with others, instead respecting their readiness and timing for learning. The style largely breaks the so-called *cycle of predictability" as the children experience being younger or older, more proficient or less proficient, over time, in their classes. They develop social, communication, and presentation skills as well as academic skills as an inherent part of their school experience. Whereas one of the classroom teachers may communicate and *teach* in English and the other in Japanese, the children are welcome and encouraged to use and develop all of their language proficiencies. We view them all as emerging bilinguals or multilinguals. This is a *translanguaging* context-based approach as opposed to a fundamentally monolingual rule-oriented approach to language acquisition and use. Parents are advised to check the mission on our website, as it does describe what we do, and to attend an orientation and tour as part of the application process.
Curriculum
International, Japanese
Languages of instruction
English, Japanese
Ages
3 to 18
Yearly fees - 2021/2022
from: ¥1,800,000
to: ¥2,100,000
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