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.
Posted by Phyllis Engstrom, Adult Enrichment Program Director on Tuesday, June 6, 2017
We extend our sincere appreciation to over 100 volunteers who offered over 80 classes, seminars, lectures, tours and excursions during the 2016-2017 academic year. The Adult Enrichment Program would not exist without these volunteers stepping forward to offer their time and effort to share their expertise, knowledge and talent.
2016-2017 Adult Enrichment Program Devoted to the Sharing of Knowledge in Pursuit of Lifelong Learning and the Fostering of New Friendships across Cultures.
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International Christian University, College of Liberal Arts
September Admissions, Admissions Center
3-10-2 Ōsawa, Mitaka, Tōkyō 181-8585
Open Campus Events:
Saturday 15 July 2017 10:00—16:00
Saturday 5 August 2017 10:00—16:00
Saturday 12 August 2017 10:00—16:00
Ichigaya Campus, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
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On Saturday May 6th, Saint Maur Middle School students entered the Yokota Robot Rumble with 32 different teams entered from across four different schools. Held at Yokota Air Base, the Robot Rumble is a combination of three events, which test programming, driver control and team-work.
If there is one thing our students do so well it is representing us as a positive force and cohesively working as a team.
Our teams showed how they could work on their feet and program at a moment's notice. For... Read More
The middle school science investigations are designed to provide students with the opportunity to practice the scientific method… and they quickly learn that it is a messier process than expected! During this hands-on unit that takes place over three months in Semester Two, students work collaboratively in groups of two to four to further refine their skills in problem solving and analysis as well as those essential to working in a lab. These are skills they will build on as they progress... Read More
Japan is well known for being one of the cleanest countries in the world. Japanese people seem to have a special pride in keeping the areas around their houses and most public places clean and tidy. However there is a big exception - if you visit a beach or mountain side where many people gather, you can often find lots of trash scattered around. This could be due to the lack of garbage bins in many public places or possibly because Japanese people think someone else will clean these places... Read More
Posted by Rebecca Kelsey on Sunday, April 30, 2017
Saturday 22nd of April was the 10th Anniversary of the Saint Maur RoboSumo competition. This friendly event has traditionally taken place between YIS and Saint Maur, but this year we were pleased to also have Yokota Middle School, K. International School and Seisen International School join us too.
A total of 55 students took part in the event, making up 24 teams and playing a total of 142 matches between them. It was a non-stop fun filled day.
The sumo competition involves designing a... Read More
Posted by Cougar News Network on Monday, April 3, 2017
Cougar News Network S2P5 from Saint Maur International School on Vimeo.
The Cougar News Network is a group of middle and high school students at Saint Maur International School (stmaur.ac.jp) who share an interest in the production of television news.
Posted by Guillaume Erard on Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Students were also able to share their ideas and learn about the research of other students from Japan, Singapore, and Canada. Following the proceedings, students assisted to a 1-hour presentation by Nobel Prize winner Professor Makoto Kobayashi on Particle Physics.
Here is a breakdown of our student's topics:
Isaac: An Investigation of Newton's Cradle: The Decay of the Height Displacement of an End Ball with Time (poster)
Kiho: An investigation of the relationship between the angle of... Read More
Posted by Rob Stayanoff on Thursday, March 16, 2017
For many people in Tokyo, Saturday February 4, 2017 began like most Saturdays. A late sleep day, with a favorite breakfast leisurely enjoyed. Followed perhaps by a hot cup of tea and a gaze over the city’s skyline as the sun came up over Tokyo Bay. But for the Saint Maur History Bowl and Bee team, consisting of: Eugene Oharu, Lynn Stevenson-Hatayama, Haruihito Suzuki, Pyokyeong Son, Ellen Uchida, Rui Shimada, Hana Saeki and Subaru Sakashita, engaged in one of the most challenging and hard... Read More