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Osaka International School

4-16 Onohara Nishi 4 chome, Mino City, Osaka, 562-0032, Japan
Tel: (+81) 72 729 5050
Fax: (+81) 72 727 5055

School Summary
National, IB, curricula.
236 students, 4-20 yrs.

The programme at Osaka International School (OIS) is designed primarily to meet the needs of the non-Japanese families living in the Kansai area of Japan. Operated by the Senri International School Foundation, OIS has as its purpose the overseeing of an English language based international curriculum for its students.

Osaka International School operates in conjunction with the Osaka Intercultural Academy which serves the educational needs of Japanese families returning from overseas. Programmes in music, art, computer, and physical education are shared and taught in English at grades 7-12.

Staff are chosen on the basis of their international and linguistic experience. Most have earned their Master's Degrees.

Students come from a variety of international backgrounds and many are from bi-cultural families.

Osaka International School uses the modular schedule and the school year is from September to June. Music, art, forensics and athletics are available. Other programmes such as dance, theatre and martial arts are also arranged depending upon demand. ESL is offered in the Elementary, Middle and High Schools. Japanese is taught daily in K-6 and is on elective, after achievement of proficiency level, from grades 7-12.

Thirty-one classrooms, four science laboratories, two computer labs, a television studio, a small and large gymnasium, three art studios with kiln and darkroom, and a planetarium are available.

Admissions forms are included in the school brochure which explains the programme and admission process. School records and an interview with prospective student and parents are required, but interviews for students not resident in Japan are waived until arrival. Scholarships are available to the Osaka International School

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