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Ash Wednesday Mass will be said at 7.30 am in the Chapel of the Infant Jesus, with the Blessing and Imposition of Ashes to mark the beginning of Lent 2020. The celebrant will be Father Leo Schumacher from Tokyo.
On Friday, 31st January the Elementary had an amazing Fun Day that was Science themed. The day started with children going straight into their first experiment of the day. The experiments were all age appropriate and each teacher was in charge of... Read more
Preparation for First Communion and Confirmation will begin the week of the 25th February. We aim to have these sacraments received towards the end of May, probably at Mass on the afternoon of the 27th May. Students for confirmation should approach... Read more
On Friday January 31st, 24 students from Yokohama Science Frontier High School (YSFHS) joined the combined Grade 7 classes from Saint Maur in a collaborative activity to build a catapult. Teams competed to build the most accurate catapult from a... Read more
Thank you SO much to everyone who was involved in the Elementary School Student Council Bake Sale Fundraiser on Friday. It was a HUGE success! In total we raised 264,557 yen! From the Bake Sale alone we raised 137,060 yen and the amount of donation... Read more
“Bonjour” from the Grade 10 French class! Last Friday, during our Excursion Day, we were visiting the French Institute Tokyo and enjoyed the great resources there. The students studying French at Saint Maur are grateful to the Institut français du... Read more
Students in the Japanese Grade 7 Heritage and B class completed the food topic last semester. On Monday, February 4th, the students had a sushi lesson for Setsubun! It is celebrated on the day before the first day of spring according to Japanese... Read more
Join the PSG's February Coffee Morning with the theme 'Greener Living in Japan'. This time, the PSG welcomes Robin Lewis on stage, the Founder of mymizu (https://www.mymizu.co/), a new app designed to reduce plastic waste. Robin was invited by... Read more
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Innovators of International Education
Established in 1872, as innovators of international education in Japan, the school continues to meet the needs of children (co-educational, 2½ years to Grade 12) from the multi-cultural, multi-faith international community. Saint Maur faculty and staff develop learning experiences based on the belief that each student is an individual with unique abilities, strengths and talents.
Boys : Girls
8 : 9
Pre-K – 12