Saint Maur International School Tokyo
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3.9 from 6 reviews
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About Saint Maur International School

Since 1872, Saint Maur International School has functioned as a school community where moral values govern all that we do to help students, parents and staff reach their full potential. We support each member of our school community, and students receive unparalleled care in a safe, supportive, and diverse learning environment. One of the most valuable benefits of a Saint Maur education is preparation for the future.

Students are provided with a balanced, quality academic and extracurricular program which to date has resulted in a 100% matriculation rate into four-year universities and colleges.

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6 Reviews of Saint Maur International School

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Overall 3.90
Facilities 4.00
Academics 5.00
Teachers 4.00
Sports 4.00
Music & Arts 5.00
Science & Tech 4.00

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St. Maur Parent, 14/04/2023 @ 13:37:38
Relationship   Parent

Music & Arts

I want to start off by acknowledging the wonderful teachers and staff at this school - they are truly great! However, it's important to note that the school library may not align with Christian/Catholic values, despite what is advertised on their website. Additionally, the books in the library may not support these values, and some may even promote transgenderism at a very early reading level. The school library actively encourages reading gender dysphoria books, which are listed on their "Sakura Reading List". Furthermore, the school librarian discourages parents from using the library by making them feel unwelcomed, despite it being advertised as open for use. As someone who came from the States, my family and I had hoped to find a school where gender dysphoria materials (including Transgender for K-3) were not pushed in the library. If you are considering sending your child to this school and value Christian/Catholic values, I recommend reviewing the books in the library before making a decision.

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Jennifer Albers, 3 weeks ago

My boys are incredibly happy in the elementary school, their teachers have been wonderful, and I've been very pleased with the new elementary math curriculum. One of the great perks for parents is the adult enrichment program which gives parents an opportunity to build friendships, learn new skills, and share their expertise with others. We've had three great years at Saint Maur and look forward to more.

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Hajime Sargent, 3 weeks ago

Great school, dedicated staff and teachers, many fond memories (class of 05). Small enough to provide endless opportunities for its students, large enough to provide a world class education with a solid curriculum.

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Barbara Iguchi, 3 weeks ago

I attended St Maur for ten years and I must say those were one of the most happiest years of my life. Although my alma mater was quite strict in discipline and tough academically, I grew quite free spirited and non judgmental towards people of all different cultures. The teachers were all caring and I always felt that they had my best interests in mind. We learned to respect and be compassionate to each other. I would gladly recommend St Maur to any parent interested in sending their children to a truly international and Christian school.

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Rika boy ivi zs Okamoto, 4 weeks ago

My daughter went to St. Maur for 15yrs. since Montessori thru high school, and she is also a UC Santa Cruz graduate. We appreciate St. Maur education.

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Marieke Keller, 3 weeks ago

I learned so much in my 2 years at St. Maur (1983-85). I had the opportunity to become my own person and was able to further individual interests through independent studies. Every day was not perfect, but each day I grew a bit more. I don't think that I would have been able to attend the university that I did, Villanova University, had I not gone to St. Maur. I have great memories from those days.

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