Yoyogi International School


  • Interview

    Our core values are; Curious, Confident, Compassionate.

    Yuko Muir
    Yuko Muir

    What are the benefits of attending your school?

    Our curriculum incorporates the principles and teaching philosophies from the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum and the goals and objectives from the U.K. National Curriculum, U.S. Common Core State Standards, and the state standards from New York and Massachusetts. Our unique and original curriculum prepares our students for all education systems in the world they move into. Our low student-teacher ratio allows us to provide a highly academic learning environment where children receive individual attention and care and develop creativity, problem-solving skills and critical-thinking skills. Children greatly benefit from our warm, secure and nurturing environment where they gain independence, motivation, empathy and integrity to become a global citizen for the 21st century.

    What is the profile (the number of enrollment, nationality, etc.) of the student body of your school?

    We have around 120 students from 25 different countries. Approximately 30% are native English students, 40% are English as a Second Language students, mainly from European countries, and 30% are Japanese students.

    What sets your school apart from other international schools?

    The primary students take regular field trips, often planned by the students themselves, to help enrich the learning process, provide real life experiences and give them the opportunity to interact with society.

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  • Address1-15-12, Tomigaya
  • Access
  • Websitewww.yoyogiinternationalschool.com
  • Phone03-5478-6714
  • Fax03-5478-6713
  • E-mailinfo@yoyogiinternationalschool.com
  • School cultureYoyogi International School provides truly international education within a diverse community represented by over 25 different nationalities. The school fosters a love of learning by encouraging children to be resilient, creative and collaborative. The school guides children to be open-minded and develop integrity to become active members of the global society in the 21st century. The school culture is; warm and caring, nurturing, creative and inspirational.