K. International School Tokyo
K. International School Tokyo was founded in 1997 as a private, co-educational, secular day school serving the international community of Tokyo from pre-kindergarten to Grade 12. In July 2000, KIST attained recognition as an educational corporation (gakoo hoojin) from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and has grown to a population of around 600 students.
KIST delivers its educational program through the International Baccaulareate (IB) which provides independent international curriculum frameworks: the Diploma Programme (DP) is a widely recognized international high school curriculum used for entrance to universities around the world; the Middle Years Programme (MYP) for Grades 6-10; and the Primary Years Programme (PYP) for students aged 3 to 11.
Current learning spaces include:
General and specialist classrooms
Libraries (Junior Library, Main Library)
Outdoor facilities consist of a large communal playground, a rooftop area and a separate play area for K1 to K3 students.