Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus

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Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus
グローバル・インディアン・インターナショナル・スクール
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Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus is located in Special wards of Tokyo
Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus
Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus
Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus is located in Tokyo
Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus
Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus
8-3-13 Nishi Kasai, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan 133 0088
〒133-0088 東京都江戸川区西葛西 8-3-13
CoordinatesCoordinates: 35°39′24″N 139°51′32″E / 35.65675°N 139.85882°E / 35.65675; 139.85882
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Global Indian International School, Tokyo Campus or GIIS Tokyo (グローバル・インディアン・インターナショナル・スクール, Gurōbaru Indian Intānashonaru Sukūru) is an Indian international school in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan.[1] It is a part of the Global Indian International School network and it uses the International Baccalaureate Diploma and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) of India curricula.[2]

In July 2006 the school opened. The school serves kindergarten through high school.[3] English is the medium of instruction.[3]

In 2008 the school had plans to open a second campus in Yokohama.[4]

Student body[edit]

As of 2008 it had about 200 students, with 20 being Japanese.[4] As of 2011 it has 250 students, 65% of whom were Indian nationals. Initially, the school had few Japanese students but the number increased as the popularity of international schools among Japanese people increased.[5]

See also[edit]

Japanese schools in India:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "GIIS Campuses Worldwide." Global Indian International School. Retrieved on March 8, 2015. "Minami Shinozaki Machi 3-20-6, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan 133 0065"
  2. ^ Saito, Mayumi. "Weekend Beat: Japanese parents praise Tokyo's Indian schools" (). The Asahi Shimbun/International Herald Tribune. September 22, 2007, Tokyo edition. Retrieved on March 10, 2015. See alternate location (Archive).
  3. ^ a b Takizawa, Kosuke and Mai Fukuda. "Indian-style education gets an A" (Archive). The Daily Yomiuri. February 12, 2010. Retrieved on March 9, 2015.
  4. ^ a b Fackler, Martin. "Losing an Edge, Japanese Envy India’s Schools." The New York Times. January 2, 2008. Retrieved on March 9, 2015. Alternate link (Archive)
  5. ^ Fujikata, Satoru. "Japanese parents see value of Chinese, Indian schools" (Archive). Asahi Shimbun. August 30, 2011. Retrieved on March 8, 2015.

Further reading[edit]

(in Japanese)

External links[edit]