Indian International Schools

2011.07.23 |  Life Style Info |  Schools | 

◆ Tathva International School  (Funabori Area)

Choose to be a part of an Indian international school in Japan that gives students relevant academic knowledge and the opportunity to use that knowledge and gain leadership in character development. Intensive courses and the experiences they offer have attracted students mainly from India and staff from native speaking countries.


◆GIIS Tokyo (Mizue Area)

GIIS Tokyo is a part of the GIIS network of award winning international schools with proven credentials in the field of education. They are run by the Singapore headquartered non-profit foundation, the Global Indian Foundation (GIF), which has an impressive track record of providing world class education across 8 countries, including US and UAE.
GIIS Tokyo made its humble beginnings with less than 50 students in 2006, and has grown to a strength of 250 students within few years. GIIS Tokyo campus currently focuses on primary and middle school education, with expansion plans to serve interests and needs of students in Japan.


◆IISJ/Indian International School in Japan (Ojima Area)

The School provides a curriculum which includes Western and Indian music along with Indian and foreign languages. By supporting multicultural education, we believe students can build their environmental awareness and learn to respect each other’s cultures. In return, children acquire important social skills evident inside and outside the classroom.


◆Kawasaki International School (Kawasaki Area)

Kawasaki International School has been contributing to early education of Indian, Japanese and international community in Kawasaki area since 2009. The school, registered with Kawasaki city ward office, complies with the requirements set forth by the city to address the needs of children in their early tender ages with the safety and care they deserve. The school not only caters to kindergarten education but also provides education for primary school children up to 3rd grade with proposed extension to elementary 6th grade. The school was also selected for Japanese NHK program in 2012 for Indian culture exchange.
The school curriculum is developed based on CIE (Cambridge International Examination). It is supplemented by IB (International Baccalaureate) and elective CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education). This school also has a bus service and is ideal for people living in and around Kawasaki area.