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For Christians everywhere, Easter is the most important festival. It is a festival of great joy because Christ was risen from the dead and overcame the power of death. Therefore it was with great shock and sadness we watched the news of the attacks... Read more
I am very grateful to the PSG for the purchase of a complete new set of Lectionaries for the chapel. These are the rather large books containing the daily and Sunday readings for Mass. They are from Collegeville Press, Saint John's Abbey. Our... Read more
Collecting clothes, accessories, shoes, toys, baby year, home ware, stationery, bags, books, etc. Need hands to separate, price and label items. Contact Fernanda Santistevan at email@example.com for details.
On Monday April 1st, six students chose to participate in Saint Maur’s first ever after school cooking class for high school students where they learned how to make various types of Italian pasta sauces. These sauces being marinara sauce, bolognese... Read more
The Eighth Annual O’Keeffe Irish Dance Celebration took place on Thursday, March 21st, 2019 in the Saint Maur Fine Arts Auditorium with the performance of 30 students from Elementary to High School. The Celebration began with the youngest... Read more
Saint Maur students had a successful St. Patrick's Day Parade on Motomachi Street, on Saturday, March 16, representing Saint Maur's Irish Dance Club. We thank the parents who organized, attended and supported this event.
The Eighth Annual O’Keeffe Irish Dance Celebration will take place on Thursday, March 21, at 3:45 pm in the Saint Maur Fine Arts Auditorium with more than 30 students from Gr. 1 – Gr. 12 performing. Every year, this celebration is dedicated to... Read more
The plum trees are getting in bloom and the spring season is approaching for sure, bringing with it the St. Patrick's Day Parade on Motomachi street. Saint Maur's Irish Dance Club will be taking part in the parade on 16th March 2019 from 14:00 to 15... 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