Aoba-Japan International School

 

At Aoba-Japan International School (A-JIS) we develop global leaders capable of leading positive change in the world. With two campuses in Tokyo (one in Meguro and another in Hikarigaoka) A-JIS welcomes international students from their first days at school through their high school graduations and beyond. With support from our educational partners, we encourage an entrepreneurial spirit, innovation and social responsibility.

As an International Baccalaureate (IBO) World School we successfully deliver the primary, middle and diploma programmes. We also offer the Global Leadership Diploma, which enables senior students to identify and pursue their interests while safeguarding their opportunities to enter universities worldwide. A-JIS also offers strong Japanese, Learning Needs and EAL programs. Our two fully equipped campuses and associated kindergartens located in central Tokyo welcome over 900 students from over 40 nationalities.

Address:
7-5-1 Hikarigaoka, Nerima-ku (Hikarigaoka Campus)
2-11-5 Aobadai, Meguro-ku (Meguro Campus)

Website: aobajapan.jp

Tel:
03-6904-3102 (Hikarigaoka Campus)
03-5428-4488 (Meguro Campus)

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