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The India International School in Japan (IISJ, インド系インターナショナルスクール) is an Indian education international school in the Kanto region of Japan. It has one campus in Koto, Tokyo and one campus in Midori-ku, Yokohama. It is a K-12 school ranging from elementary to senior secondary.
The school first opened in 2004. It moved into its current Tokyo facility in April 2007; this building has five stories. At that time it served grade levels kindergarten through 10. As of 2008 the school was expanding in size.
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In the first grade students begin public speaking, acting, computer programming, and debate. Hindi language classes are conducted in Hindi while English is the educational medium of other classes.Despite having the term "International" in its school name,it follows most Indian traditions and cultures.
Hindi,however,isn't the only language available. You can choose one from a variety of French(taught by a native French), Tamil(native teacher),Nepali (native),and of course,Hindi.
The school not only emphasises academics but also has exposure on music (Western and Indian), Art, physical education and an array of co-curricular activities. The school has two huge laboratories; one is the science lab and the recently improvised computer lab with recent windows software and more than 50 seats.
As of September 2007 there were over 200 students, including 7 Japanese. As of late 2007 there were 10 Japanese students and 160 students of other nationalities.
As of 2016, the Tokyo Campus of IISJ has more than 800 students with children from various nationalities i.e. Japan, Pakistan, USA, UK, Russia,Ukraine,Canada and India of course.