Aoba-Japan International School Tokyo
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About Aoba-Japan International School


A spirit of community shapes the Aoba-Japan International School experience. We are dedicated to developing global-minded, compassionate, collaborative students inspired to learn, take risks, and lead change in the world. We will continue to be a leading international school by providing students with a rigorous international education in a safe and supportive environment. We will ensure learners’ needs are supported, their perspectives sought and respected, and their unique qualities valued and nurtured.

Through a continued emphasis on educational excellence and innovation, each individual student will be provided with relevant resources and opportunities that will enable them to secure the best of what the future holds for them. We believe that students should reach their full potential as international citizens who are dedicated to learning and who are inspired to succeed in an ever-changing world.

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IB

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English

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2 to 18

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Kate Puiyin, 6 months ago


I have 2 children attending this school. My youngest love the wide variety of learning experiences he has in kindergarten. They have lots of outdoor learning and inquiry through play. He enjoys library time and sports. My other child is in upper primary. She loves the friendly environment between friends and between teachers. She has strengthen her communication skills and confidence through many class activities and agency given to students to deepen their own learning.

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Heart Mind, 6 months ago


My son absolutely enjoys his school life in Aoba for the past 5 years. He is given challenges to learn international-mindedness through his friendship and relationship with a mixed cultural environment in school. I am happy to see him gaining his caring and kindness to the friends, families, communities, and world at large. And he is learning to take responsibility to act on the issues that he cares about. I am posting to tell you that the education in Aoba is to teach the students to become lifelong learners and global leaders with a kind heart. Some people are focused on micro issues which you'll find in any schools regardless of the reputation, and it is unfortunate that they can't see through beyond what is worth for the kids. The most I love about the school's philosophy is to educate children to become good person. What good is any of it if parents don't wish that for their children?

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Michael Ng, 6 months ago


My 2 children have been attending Aoba for 2 years. I witnessed my older child being more confident and given more responsibility to be a leader. My younger child loves the outdoor facilities in school and their classes are always creative and inquiry-based. Teachers in the school has been highly communicative and hands on with my children’s learning. From the parents information session, I learned that the school’s DP results from May2020 showed 100% passing and highest score was 37. Students who graduated has been offered university placements in Japan, Australia, Canada, London, etc.

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Meg Cole, 6 months ago


My son attends this school. He loves his teachers and classmates. It's a wonderful place for students to learn through exploring. The staff are great and communication is clear at all times. I love seeing him come home with a huge smile on his face after having a great day at school.

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yamada sato, 2 months ago


my son love the school soo much and love his teachers a lot really very good environment , the only bad thing is the food that they serve by CEZARS KITCHEN. the worst food ever you can see they use very bad frozen food very cheap one terrible and not fresh they keep recycled the food from the previous buffet when i check up with the other parents they say the same things that their kids dont like the food and never finish their lunch ..... even i heard that chefs are not professional and have bad attitude with the kids if cezars kitchen will be next year again in the school i will have to cancel the lunch programe , I do not recommend this service.

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