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American School in Japan

Address: JAPAN, Asia

Our unique international community stands ready to welcome you. With over one hundred years of history, we are among the oldest and most respected international schools in the world. ASIJ’s traditions are complemented by our enduring commitment to continuous renewal, focusing on the needs of our globally mobile students at all times.

We are a dynamic school, eager to provide a positive and innovative learning environment that, upon matriculation, will ultimately prepare our students f...

Marist Brothers International School

Address: 1-2-1 Chimori-Cho, Suma-Ku, Kobe, 654-0072, JAPAN, Asia

Marist Brothers International School (MBIS) is committed to excellence in education. Over the past 60 years, our students have consistently gone on to attend the top universities and colleges around the world.

We believe that education goes beyond a rigorous and stimulating curriculum. Our holistic approach includes a focused dedication to character – developing skills which make our students stand out from the crowd. This is a fundamental component of the Marist ‘difference’.

Osaka International School

Address: 6-7-34, Nakatsu, Kita-ku, Osaka, 531-0071, JAPAN, Asia

Since our foundation in 2001, OYIS remains the only WASC accredited international school in the City of Osaka. With the support of Osaka City Government and the Osaka YMCA, OYIS strives to be a leading provider of international education for the citizens and residents of Osaka and its environs. OYIS is also a candidate school for the Primary Years Program. The school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy - a commitment to high quality, ...

Yokohama International School

Address: 258 Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, 231-0862, JAPAN, Asia

In 1924, a group of parents joined together to start a not-for-profit ‘international school’ here on the Bluff in Yokohama. Their goal was to create a new type of school, not connected with any government or religious order, but based upon the ideals of internationalism. This group proved to be real pioneers, as YIS became the second school in the world to incorporate the word 'international' in its title (Geneva International School independently opened just weeks prior to us on the other side ...