KPIS TOKYO PRESCHOOL KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL FOREST KINDERGARTEN
English {
HOME | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO EDUCATION PROGRAMS | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO MISSION | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO SCHOOL FEES | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO PHOTO GALLERY | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO ACCESS | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO EMPLOYMENT | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO CONTACT | KPIS INTERNATIONAL PRESCHOOL TOKYO
 
Regular Program | KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL:International preschool tokyo Afternoon Program | KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL:International preschool tokyo Evening Program | KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL:International preschool tokyo Summer Fun | KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL:International preschool tokyo Oyako Class | KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL:International preschool tokyo
program information | KPIS KPIS Facts and Figures | KPIS Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions | KPIS
 
REGULAR PROGRAM   18 months – 6 years old
KPIS Facts and Figures
KPIS
Student
Body

Since 1999, KPIS students have come from more than 28 nations such as Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Columbia, Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Poland, Republic of India, Republic of the Philippines, Russian Federation, Sweden and Taiwan.

Our current study body represents the following 12 countries: Australia, Canada, England, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, People's Republic of China, South Africa, South Korea, Spain and the United States of America.

KPIS
Graduates

KPIS students have earned very strong and positive acceptance rates at many elementary schools in Japan.

Over the last 5 years, approximately 77% of our graduates who applied to international schools applied to either St. Mary’s International School or Seisen International School.

We have an 88% acceptance rate among Readiness Program applicants to St. Mary’s International School and a 100% acceptance rate among first grade applicants.

Preschool, kindergarten and first grade applicants to Seisen International School from KPIS enjoy a 100% acceptance rate.

Our students also currently have 100% acceptance rates at schools such as Aoyama Gakuin Elementary School, Canadian International School, Makuhari International School, Saint Maur’s International School and Yokohama International School.

KPIS
Faculty
Average age of KPIS teachers: 46 years old
Average years of experience in education: 15 years
Average teacher tenure at KPIS: 8 years
14 full-time teachers
4 substitute teachers
School
Facility
2,000+ books in our library for students and teachers
1,317 sq meter ecologically-friendly facility
19 security cameras
16 children sinks
9 SECOM emergency buttons
8 classrooms
6 children toilets
2 automated gates at the school’s entrances
1 cardiolife AED
1 kitchen center
School
Yard
600 sq meter grass yard
200 liter water pump on an 8 sq meter water deck
24 cherry trees
20 sq meter vegetable and herb garden
9 sq meter non-allergenic sandbox
9 sq meter wooden deck
7 sq meter natural log house
5 mint varieties in our Mint Farm
5 ton clay mountain
2 olive trees
1 garden compost
1 loquat tree
School
Facility Cleanliness
Entire facility is professionally cleaned 4 times per year.
Sinks and toilets are cleaned 4 times per day.
Classroom toys are sterilized at least once per week.
KPIS
Charitable Events

Charity Concert: Since 2002, KPIS has donated more than 10,145,000 yen to various world-wide organizations, primary to ERDA Foundation, with its annual children’s Charity Concert in December. [2016.12]

Charity Art Auction: KPIS students have helped the lives of Tohoku children who were affected by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011 through art. Since April 2011, KPIS students have raised more than 1,095,000 yen. [2016.12]

Makenai-zo Charity: Victims of the March 11, 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disasters sew towels into the shape of an elephant, and each towel is sold for 400 yen. The revenue is divided among the individuals who made the towels and Makenai-zo Charity, which supports the victims through various activities. The KPIS community raised more than 30,000 yen at its annual International Festival for this very worthy cause. [2016.12]

Regular Program | KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL:International preschool tokyo