International Schools in Japan - Japan Schools

International Schools In Japan
International Baccalaureate in Japan
Life in Tokyo


Fukuoka
Fukuoka International School
Hiroshima
Hiroshima International School
Kitakushu
International School Kitakushu
Kobe
Canadian Academy
Deutsche Schule/ European School
Marist Brothers Int'l School
St. Michael's International School
Kumamoto City
Apple Bee International School / Kindergarden
Nagoya
American School
Aichi International School

International Christian Academy of Nagoya Nagoya International School
Nagoya Int'l Senior High School
St. George Academy
Tree House Int'l School
Osaka
Osaka International School
OYIS Osaka YMCA Int'l School
Sapporo
Hokkaido International School
Sendai
Tohoku International School
Tokyo
About Tokyo
Aoba- Japan Int'l School
Ayla International School
British School of Tokyo
GREGG International School
Int'l School Sacred Heart

Kikokushijo Academy International School (KAIS)
K. International School, Tokyo
Little Steps School
Nishimachi Int'l School
Seisen International School
St. Mary's International School
Tokyo International School
Yokohama
St. Maur International School
Yokohama International School

Life in Tokyo
International Baccalaureate

 

 

Japan

Japan is the world’s second largest economy after the United States. Japan also has one of the world’s highest living standards. Japan’s per capita GDP rose from 21 percent of the U.S. level in 1955 to 56 percent in 1970. By 1992 per capita GDP had reached $19,920, 86 percent of the U.S. level. Despite the overall strength of the Japanese economy, in the late 1990s Japan was mired in its longest recession since World War II. GDP, which had grown slowly in the early 1990s, fell 0.4 percent in 1997 and another 2.8 percent in 1998. This was the first time in the postwar era that Japan’s GDP declined two years in a row.

Education in Japan

With an adult literacy rate exceeding 99 percent, Japan ranks among the top nations in the world in educational attainment. Schooling generally begins before grade one in preschool (yochien) and is free and compulsory for elementary and junior high school (grades 1 through 9). More than 99 percent of elementary school-aged children attend school. Most students who finish junior high school continue on to senior high school (grades 10 through 12). Approximately one-third of senior high school graduates then continue on for higher education. Most high schools and universities admit students on the basis of difficult entrance examinations. Competition to get into the best high schools and universities is fierce because Japan’s most prestigious jobs typically go to graduates of elite universities.

International Schools in Japan

This is the online directory with the main schools in Japan that offer an Education in English. The programmes vary from the International Baccalaureate (I.B.) programme, which includes PYP, MYP and Diploma to the British GCSE and GCE examination systems. All schools are required to satisfy the requirements of the Japanese national system.

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