Gr. 1 students were inquiring into living things, and what they need to survive, for their UOI “Sharing the Planet.” They inquired about what..
The traditional Grade 3 Market Day took a twist this year when the Grade 3s identified a big problem - their classroom libraries were a mess!..
The dog days of summer are upon us, and whether you are trying to survive another steamy Nagoya holiday or you are off on some adventure, the NIS..
Maki did her homework. As a Gr. 9 student in Shanghai she knew she was heading for NIS for the 20-21 school year. What would Gr.10 at Nagoya..
Two Gr. 11 students set out on a mission...to see what more they could do with their curiosity and penchant for learning, especially in the field..
In an exciting culmination of her role as Chair of the Youth Forum, Mina completed her duties by presenting to the general assembly of the 14th..
We are at a wondrous time in the world, where things are changing and evolving at such a fast rate that it is almost impossible to predict where..
As parents of multicultural children, it’s important that the school you choose will embrace and nurture their multicultural identity. Their..
The school is abuzz with the exciting news that two Grade 11 students will be heading to Kyoto, February 27 & 28, to attend the Kyoto Congress..
As a parent weighing the benefits and potential drawbacks of the Japanese school system versus an international school in Japan, there can be a..
Speaking more than one language offers your children a great advantage in many areas of their lives. Attending a school that embraces..
It's that time of year again...the time for the Executive Board of the High School Student Council (HSSC) to be elected and take their..
Much like anything in life, if you don’t have the right materials and resources available to you, it’s much harder to reach your goal.