Throughout the academic year we have a whole series of exciting, learning, sporting, fun and cultural events. We also offer a summer school.
Discover the excitement by scrolling through our calendar of events.
An overview of the academic calendar is also available below in pdf.
Daniel Reynolds is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.Join Zoom Meetinghttps://zoom.us/j/9678977437?pwd=haYeRduV3qpN-gu69ThT5CxWNpKTZgMeeting ID: 967 897 7437Passcode: 900649 This meeting is an informal catch up with the Head of School - Dan. All TIS parents are automatically members of the TIS Family Community (TFC) as such this meeting is for any interested TIS parent whether you have […]
TIS Family Community Update MeetingTIS Family Community is the TIS parent organization and these meetings will be held right after the "Coffee with Dan" sessions.During this meeting, we will provide a quick update on upcoming plans, events, and any volunteer opportunities that are available. This is a great opportunity to discover all the initiatives we support […]
We say farewell to our leaving families.
Also some festive fun. Like all our assemblies; a student led event.
Activities resume after the winter vacation.
This field trip serves as the provocation for our next unit of which "Interpretation". Events include a scavenger hunt.
Kids 4 Kids students organize a service learning event during recess. to raise money to buy sanitary items for girls in TIS Cambodia.
Kids 4 Kids students organize the final pick up for typhoon victims. Three cart loads which is an extraordinary effort from our community!
TIS TIGERS play soccer against the American School in Japan. Final Score 2:2.
Trip to to Sporu Shinagawa Oimachi. Linked to Rock Climbing unit in Physical and Health Education
Tokyo International School is a non profit school, which is accredited by the Council of International Schools and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
We are a fully authorized, International Baccalaureate World School, catering for students from Kindergarten 1 (four years old) to Grade 8 (fourteen years old).