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Marist Brothers International School, Kobe, Japan

School Profile:
Founded 1951
300 students, aged 3 - 18 American curriculum,
40 staff

1-2-1 Chimori-cho Suma-Ku, Kobe Japan 654-0072

Marist Brothers International School MBIS is located in Kobe Japan and accepts students from Pre-K until the 12th Grade. It is associated with the Marist Brothers traditon under the founding philosophy of St. Marcelllin Champagnat. MBIS is accredited by an American accrediting agency, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Marist Brothers International School, MBIS uses an American curriculum alighned with the standards of California, New York, and Massachusetts. There is a Montessori program for childen aged 3-6. All courses, with the exception of world languages, are taught in English.

Our staff at Marist Brothers International School reflects our international charater. We currently have staff from America, Canada, Britain, Australia, France, and Japan. All are certified teachers in their subject areas and many have advanced degrees.

Facilities include: Library, 2 computer rooms, Modern science labs, Music room, gymnasium, sports field, playgrounds,and over 25 classrooms.

We at the Marist Brothers International School follow an American school year of 180 student days. The year generally begins in late August and finishes in early June. The School day begins in morning assembly at 8:30am and finishes following homeroom at 3:10pm. There are numerous extracurricular activities until 6:00pm

The educational philosophy of Marist Brothers International School is to give to each student a well-rounded education incorporating the academic, moral, social and physical aspects of life. Our active Parent-Teacher Association emphasizes the idea that both parents and teachers share responsibility for educating the children.

There are various characteristics of the Marist Brothers that have an influence on the school. There are, first of all, the Christian values in which the Brothers monastic life is rooted and which are focused on in the Values program in the curriculum. Another characteristic of the Brothers philosophy that affects the life of the school is the concept of family spirit, which permeates the school. Finally, there is the Brother s special commitment to educating all children, regardless of their background or financial status. This means that they are especially well-adapted to dealing with people from a variety of countries and diverse cultural backgrounds.

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