About AIS – “Fostering global-ready communicators”
Aichi International School is a private, international kindergarten and elementary school, with a student population of about a hundred students.
The kindergarten offers a total English immersion program for 2-6 year old students, consisting of four classes. The elementary school has a bilingual program of English and Japanese, with students studying in English for about 70% of the time, and subjects in Japanese for about 30% of the time.
Aichi International School was founded primarily to foster bilingual Japanese students, who have the knowledge, skills and integrity to function successfully in an ever-evolving global environment. However, the school welcomes student applications from international families also, and is privileged to have a diverse student population from all over the world.
Aichi International School aspires to be one of the premier international schools offering a bilingual curriculum in a vibrant, stimulating, multi-cultural, unique environment catering for boys and girls aged 2-12 years old.
Aichi International School’s mission is to empower its learners to become global-minded citizens who are equipped with the knowledge and integrity to function successfully, responsibly and effectively in an ever-evolving global environment.
School Learning Outcomes
AIS is preparing ‘global minded’ citizens that:
a. Can use verbal and non-verbal techniques to communicate with others
b. Develop an understanding and appreciation of Japanese culture
c. Develop an understanding and open-minded approach towards other cultures and histories
AIS students develop respect for themselves and others by:
a. Cooperating and working together on academic and non-academic group projects
b. Demonstrating a positive attitude, enthusiasm for learning and active participation
AIS develops intelligent and effective communicators that:
a. Can read and write in English proficiently
b. Can receive information and construct meaning through reading and listening
c. Develop an appropriate competency and appreciation of Japanese language and culture
AIS students develop a healthy self-confidence:
a. By showing they are prepared to risk take and challenge themselves by trying new things
b. Being motivated learners with a curiosity about the working universe around them