Kikokushijo Academy International School (KAIS)
Pastel 202, 2-25-5 Ohara
Setagaya-ku Tokyo 156-0041
Tel: (+81) 3 3324 9903
Fax: (+81) 3 3324 9903
grades 7 - 12
International American curriculum, with SATs, EIKEN, TOEFL
American diploma-granting program
Kikokushijo Academy International School provides a fully-accredited diverse, intensive, affordable, and specialized curriculum in English to motivated internationally-oriented Junior High and High School students. With an accredited curriculum through their partner schools, Stanford University and Laurel Springs School in the State of California, USA, KAIS students complete a program and graduate with an American diploma, enabling them to easily pursue university education anywhere in the world.
KAI School's curriculum includes SAT, TOEFL, and EIKEN TEST preparation classes, specialized writing program, College Admissions Essay workshops, and a wide range of developmental and honors (advanced) classes. KAIS integrates technology into all its programs and their students design their own creative classes. They even allow advanced students to take a variety of university classes and gain college credit.
KA International School's impressively-trained staff hail from some of the most prestigious universities in the world, including UC Berkeley, Oxford University, McMaster University, and others. They have collectively taught in most continents in the world and share a passion for education.
Technology-keen KAIS provides one laptop per student, has an art room, a video lab with editing studio, and an extensive library.
SCHOOL YEAR AND SCHOOL DAY
KAIS follows the American school year, September - June, although students may enroll and begin anytime with a "Rolling-Admissions" policy.
Kikokushijo Academy International School strives to create a learning environment and educational community centered around the individual. We implore our students daily to create, on an academic, physical, social, and creative basis, as we believe that this creation is the root of both educational and personal growth. We incorporate this philosophy into our school by creating an environment and curriculum in which students themselves control many aspects of their learning environment under the mentorship of our teachers, choose their own electives, work at their own pace, undertake multi-term projects, and take responsibility for their education.