It has been another crazy year of navigating COVID but we were so happy to welcome parents back to campus in the last weeks of the second quarter...
Like many of us, thinking about the things that you wish could do this winter break, you may be wondering just how to spend the New Year’s..
As an international school, NIS not only has a diverse student body, but we are proud of the diversity represented in our teaching staff, too!..
At Nagoya International School (NIS), between the International Baccalaureate PYP (Primary Years Program) and the DP (Diploma Program) sits the..
Parenting is difficult in any culture, and because parenting doesn’t come with a manual, it is easy to get bogged down with second-guessing our..
What would you do if you were given two whole days off of your regular schedule to work on a passion project? That is precisely what Gr. 6 - 9 did..
As part of their Unit of Inquiry on Who We Are, the ELC Kindergarteners have been exploring how to recognize, manage and express their feelings.
Is an "empty" PET bottle really empty? Why doesn't a cup full of water overflow? What is a molecule and what is an atom?
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..