Our Partnership with Aoba-Japan International School (AJIS)
Regarding Our Affiliation with Aoba-Japan International School
Kids International maintains a partnership with Aoba-Japan International School, established in 1976, which grants access to a preferential admission system. Aoba-Japan International School is a comprehensive institution from kindergarten to high school, with exceptional environmental amenities. It is accredited by *CIS and **NEASC and offers an extensive array of educational programs. Additionally, students have the opportunity to earn a US high school diploma. Please feel free to explore the Aoba-Japan International School website by clicking on https://japaninternationalschool.com.
*Council of International Schools (CIS) is an esteemed global educational accrediting organization headquartered in the United Kingdom. With a membership exceeding 500 schools and 400 universities, it plays a vital role in assessing educational quality. Individuals aged 18 years and above are eligible for university admission, provided they possess an academic aptitude comparable to or exceeding that of high school graduates.
**New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) is the world’s oldest educational accreditation body. Our accreditation encompasses public and private schools within the New England region (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont) and schools across the globe.
Partner School Advantages
We offer letters of recommendation to those aspiring to enroll in Aoba-Japan International School for the subsequent academic year. Moreover, information sessions for potential students are organized every October.
- Reservation of Recommendation Admission Slots
- School Tour
*Typically, the above-mentioned benefits are extended to those children who have attended Kids International’s preschool or afterschool program at least three days a week for a minimum of one year. In addition, it is applicable to students entering the first grade of elementary school (or the second grade for some kindergarten graduates) who intend to continue attending Kids International’s preschool or afterschool program until their admission.