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.
The Cougars started off their first game against CA’s Falcons on Friday, 18th of January, with a solid first and second quarter with a leading score of 22 to 11 by the end of the first half. Their hard work during the practices paid off, as shown by their tough defense and amazing passes. However, the Falcons, being a very challenging opponent, came back with a strong finish and won the game by a score of 33 to 37. In spite of the result, the players played with fantastic effort, having it be a... Read More
We are very proud to announce the results of the Varsity boys basketball team taking part in the Kansai Tournament in Kobe last weekend. The Cougars won their first game against host Canadian Academy 57-51 and also won the second game against MC Perry (Iwakuni, Japan) 46-40 on Friday, 18th of January. We earned the #1 seed for Saturday's semi-finals and defeated YIS to play EJ King in the championship game. Unfortunately, we were not able
to come out with a victory against EJ King but I am... Read More
Posted by Kuniko Ishikawa on Monday, January 14, 2019
Students and Staff who are new or were not here on Oct 3,4, and 5 need to have their pictures taken for the yearbook.
Any family (excluding Grade 12 families) who ordered a PICTURE PACKAGE and discovered an issue with the photo(s) should take the entire package with all of the photos still enclosed to the retake photo session to get another photo taken. Families are reminded that if they have a retake, the retake photo will be considered final, not the original package photo.
It would be very... Read More
Posted by Brendan Agnew on Tuesday, January 8, 2019
A number of parents have approached me about preparing their children for different sacraments in the Catholic Church. The classes will beging shortly. If you would like to discuss anything related to this with me please come and find me around the chapel area each morning over the coming week. The suggested date for the Mass of First Communion and Confirmation is Friday 10th May at 3.45 pm.
Posted by Christina Fürstenau on Monday, December 17, 2018
This year's Montessori and Elementary School Christmas Concert showcased the creativity and class spirit of each homeroom class. The auditorium was packed with proud parents, children, and members of the school community who were thoroughly entertained by the diverse entries.
Thank you to all our talented students, staff and parents who made this concert possible!
Posted by Rebecca Kesley on Monday, December 17, 2018
On Saturday 8th December 2018, Saint Maur Elementary and Middle School students attended the KIST Lego Jousting Robotics Competition.
This event requires students to build and program their own autonomous jousting robots, complete with a lance for attack and a Lego Knight which must be knocked off the opponent's platform.
This great event offers the opportunity for our students to collaborate and learn with students from K. International School, Yokoda Middle School and Yokosuka Middle... Read More
Posted by Christina Fürstenau on Tuesday, December 11, 2018
This weekend at YC&AC the Mighty Cougars faced off against their rivals from BST and TIS and performed fantastically, coming away with 2 wins and one draw in our best result of the season so far.
The A Team came out firing vs BST and dominated the game but just couldn't manage to put the ball into the net, shooting from too far out and making things easy for the opposition keeper. Finally, towards the end of the game the girls began to believe in themselves and really go hard at the ball... Read More
Posted by Christina Fürstenau on Wednesday, December 5, 2018
This year’s High School Drama Club production was an original adaptation by Nicolas Gregoriades, the Director of Fine Arts and Head of Drama at Saint Maur International School, of George Orwell’s dystopian classic “1984“. It featured three Winstons (the protagonist) and an ensemble of 16 actors who have been guided by Grade 10 student, Yuka, in some spectacular feats of physical theatre. In addition, there were two different casts – one a “traditional gender” cast and the other, a “reverse... Read More
Posted by Christina Fürstenau on Tuesday, December 4, 2018
This Sunday, December 9th, twenty seven Saint Maur students will perform at the 'Motomachi Christmas Twinkle'. Our students will perform Christmas Carols to collect funds for the next Music trip to Europe. The performance will take place near the Union supermarket in Motomachi and these are the performance times of our students:
Performance 1 - 14:00-14:30
Performance 2 - 15:15-15:45
Performance 3 - 16:30-17:00
Come along this Sunday to get into the Christmas mood and to support our... Read More
Posted by M.A. Suzuki - Head of Science on Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Six students from Yokohama Science Frontier High School (YSFH) visited Saint Maur between November 14th – 16th as part of the annual exchange programme. The students followed their Grade 10 and 11 hosts and as well as taking a keen interest in how Science is taught at Saint Maur, participated in the full range of regular classes and activities. The event provided students with the opportunity to find out about the differences between the Japanese education system and life at an International... Read More