Summer school program ended with great success!
Look forward to next summer!
Summer Program 2023 for Aoba students
【Grades】For kinder to middle year program students
(Musical Theatre Summer Camps will be opened for high school students as well)
【Dates】June 19th, 2023 – August 11th, 2023（No classes on Saturdays and Sundays）
Session 1: 6/19 ~ 6/30 10 days
Session 2: 7/ 3 ~ 7/14 10 days
Session 3: 7/17 ~ 7/28 10 days (Musical Theatre Summer Camps start from 7/24~)
Session 4: 7/31 ~ 8/11 10 days
* Sessions 3 and 4 also involve external students in the program.
【Place】Aoba Japan International School, Hikarigaoka Campus (7-5-1 Hikarigaoka, Nerima-ku, Tokyo)
【Hours】9.00 am – 3.00 pm
【Program Contents】* Classes and activities vary according to children’s English level.
- Small-group classes on an elective basis
- English language learning and improving communication skills (English, Maths, Integrated studies, Music, Art, etc.)
- Project-based inquiry learning in groups
- Experience languages other than Japanese and English.
- Experience what you want to do in English (e.g. physical education, painting, musical instruments, etc.)
- Out-of-school activities (excursions) and pool activities
- Musical theater program : *Applications have been closed due to capacity expansion. Click here to read more about the Musical Theatre Summer Camps
【Application / Details】Detailed information will be provided in the newsletter for parents of Aoba students.
What we offer
- Encourage students to be inquisitive about the world around them
- Stimulate students’ critical thinking, which will develop their motivation and direct their learning
- Build students’ confidence to engage in self-directed research projects
- Students will explore their topic of interest from different perspectives
- Opportunity to present and explain their own learning to an audience
Academic and Creative skill building through English
- Students show their learning and skills development
- Learn an IB PYP & MYP Unit of Inquiry
- Build academic skills development
- Deal with “time management,” “strategies for learning,” and “academic objectives”
- Upper elementary students experience different kinds of creative activities, such as creative arts, making movies, pottery, musical shows etc.
- Kinder and lower elementary students enjoy activities including visual arts, playing with water, PE, music etc.