Makuhari International School (MIS) Tokyo
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About Makuhari International School (MIS)


At Makuhari International School (MIS), 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 curriculum, based on the Japanese national learning objectives, is delivered via an international teaching and learning model. This provides our students the opportunity to access both international middle schools and Japanese junior high schools.

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.

The key to any school is its staff. MIS is honored to have a diverse, highly qualified team of educators and support staff from all over the globe who offer dynamic learning opportunities and a rich assortment of extra-curricular activities. We pride ourselves in meeting the individual needs of students and ensuring their academic and socio-emotional success while nurturing global citizenship to develop students who actively contribute to our world.

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Curriculum

International, Japanese

Primary Language

English

Ages

3 to 12

Max Class Size

Unknown

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MINA N., in the last week


There are many students who hold dual nationality and children from overseas attend and learn English as a first language. Children at the Kindergarten enjoy learning both English and Japanese language. This school provides imaginable education utilizing a digital screen and visual contents. There are also a lot of annual events. In contrast, there is a conflict between the parents who are not proficient in Japanese language skills and the families who are not being educated in the English language. This school facility is invested by Chiba Prefecture and Chiba Bank and it is managed as a general incorporated foundation.

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サイモンkk, 2 years ago


I took a walk nearby in the afternoon when I was about to leave school. It seems that the number of people who go there is increasing year by year and the facilities are being enhanced. It seems that the number of school buses that pick up and drop off students in all directions has increased. A driver was on standby on every bus. On the street with two lanes on each side leading to Makuhari General High School, the cars of the guardians who picked up were lined up. Even if my grandchildren come back to Japan, I feel relieved if there is such a school nearby.

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Kotaro Shinoda, 2 years ago


Unexpectedly quiet

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Satoko Dosti, 8 years ago


Very good place

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藤井かず, 2 years ago


An international school that doesn't cater for international kids living in Japan. It's evident why the school has such a bad reputation in Narashino. The school's motto should be, 'If you got the money you're welcome!' We called recently about enrolling our half Aussie bilingual child in 2020 and the lady we spoke to was neither helpful or forthcoming. After calling there it left a really bad taste in my mouth. The treatment I received was absolutely appalling! And now I do not want to go there!

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