About us


Head of Middle School:Morten Vatn
Morten Vatn

I would like to welcome you to the website of Tokyo West International School (TWIS.) We are located in Hachijo City, Tokyo. Unlike many perceptions about this vast and populated city, TWIS is nestled between farmland, trees, and greenery. We have school farm, a full size heated lap pool, gymnasium, and a premier athletics ground. Additionally, our well-equipped classrooms, library, and labs address all the needs of curious students. Our diversified student body, coupled with a staff representing multiple countries, gives our school a rich global connection. TWIS is the perfect educational choice to foster world citizens while building a community of lifelong learners.

TWIS was founded in 2010 and has grown to its present size of over 215 students in just a few years. In that short time we have acquired AdvancED accreditation. We are also in the process of being accredited by WASC and have been granted a candidate status for the International Baccalaureate’s Middle Years Program (MYP.) In a few short years, TWIS will be a fully accredited IB school featuring the PYP, MYP, and DP. Tokyo West International School is a growing school that is incorporating new exciting ideas of education along with traditional values.

TWIS is built upon innovation, discovery, and achievement. We are determined to offer our students a world class education in a small, yet global centric environment. Together with a strong curriculum, an outstanding faculty, and the dedication of our students and their families, Tokyo West International School is a leader in International Education.


Morten Vatn
Head of Middle School

Our missionJapanese

1: Non-Japanese students who are living in Japan can learn all subjects through English. They will also learn the Japanese language at the same level as Japanese students during G1-G12. Through their experiences which are not only Japanese language but also Japanese culture, they will learn to understand and respect other cultures.

2: Japanese students who graduate from International kindergartens will be eligible to enroll in the Elementary, middle and High School. Not only will the students learn to speak, read and write at the native level of English but also the ability to understand and respect cultures other than their native culture. This will give them the tools to be able to become great leaders of the world in future.

Mission StatementJapanese

We Strive to Live Positive Lives Within Our Global Community.

LEAD:   Learn  Empower  Achieve  Dream   
The importance of having a dream: our slogan“LEAD”

“We get stronger by having a dream” is one of the slogans of JFA, the Japanese Football Association. A “dream” (an objective) is something that can spur us to work hard and learn new things. Also, on our way to achieving our dreams we get to overcome many problems and difficulties. No matter if our goals are always the same or changing over time: as long as we have a dream in our heart, we are able to grow and move forward.

We think that a school should be the first place where children can experience the importance of realizing their dreams, as it is deeply connected to their future. Before debuting into society, it is important for our children to experience many different things, learn from their mistakes and search for their future goals.

Our slogan “LEAD” is based on the goal of having our students’ dreams come true, and our whole school and its curriculums are based on this objective.

L.E.A.D. Learn, Empower, Achieve, Dream

Learn: improve the students’ knowledge and skills by having not only a variety of academic subjects, but also sports, music, events and other experiences.

Empower: use what we learnt to find and solve problems. This also nourishes our creativity so that it is possible to create new things and find efficient yet original solutions to our problems. We must keep in mind that to achieve this communications skills are very important: human is a social being by nature and needs to find strength by working with others.

Achieve, Dream: our goals make us stronger. I also think that building a strong bridge to our dreams makes us more willing to respect and help others, while being open to other point of views and cultures.

This is why our school should provide students experiences that cannot be found in other place. Our responsibility is not only to have our students learn, but also to show them how to concretely use their knowledge (empower). We want to raise creative students who can find their own solutions, their own way into society but at the same time respect and help others. We want to raise students who can communicate and work efficiently with others.

However, how is this possible through regular lessons? Let us take mathematical problems as an example: there are different ways to solve the same problems, but it is important to have our students share and discuss their own solution. This helps improving not only the students’ thinking, but also their communication and presentation skills. Accepting other people’s ideas is also essential in this process.

In science experiments, we start by building up a hypothesis and think about ways to verify it. We do not follow fixed procedures, but we try to create our own. In case of failure, we have to review the whole process and look for our mistakes before trying again.

Language arts and Japanese not only help improving the students’ communication skills, but also their logical thinking through constant and constructive reading. This is why reading is one of our main focuses in the current school improvement plans.

In social studies, we can talk about our democratic society and the election system. Having elections is an obvious thing nowadays, but it is possible to have students think about the reason we have elections. Learning about the electoral system and the name of the president of each country is surely important, but it is even more important to understand the meaning of each institution.

This prevents students from accepting our society and its phenomenon as they are, so that they can think about ways to question and improve things.

Even a field trip can be an example. When going to a seaside field trip, we can have students think about why the sea is blue or why there are so many seashells on the beach. We can show them why fishes are able to breathe underwater and swim through the tides. Things that look obvious for an adult can be a new discovery for a child. That is why it is important to help them getting in touch with different environments.

Teachers should create a fun and stimulating learning environment. It is their responsibility to foster the children’s interest to learn and put 100% into their work, to recognize both their successes and failures. The actual lesson content is very different depending on the age level, but the environment should be the same.

The reason we chose IPC (kindergarten, elementary school) and IB (middle and high school) as our main curriculum is that they are deeply connected to our school mission. IPC shows the connection between many different subjects and helps us raising children who are seeking to learn more, while IB shows students how to create and coordinate their own plans. The school role is then to create an environment where this can be possible.

We believe that all our students will be able to get closer and closer to their dreams, as they will be able to overcome all the problems on their way. To raise such children is our concrete mission as a school, and all parents’ support is also essential.

LEAD structure

General overviewJapanese


Kindergarten classes NEW

We will have three kindergarten classes, 3 years old class (K3), 4 years old class (K4) and 5 years old class (K5) for the academic year 2017. We will have maximum number of 20 students in each class and 6 full time teachers. Preschool (2 years old class) will start from September, 2017.

  K3 K4 K5
Capacity 20 20 20
6 full time teachers K3 homeroom teachers K4 homeroom teachers K5 homeroom teachers
2 teachers 2 teachers 2 teachers

Curriculum NEW

Our new curriculum will mainly focus on English, Mathematics, Physical Education, Music, Arts & Craft. Physical Education (PE), Music, Arts & Craft subjects will be taught by early childhood education specialist in the respective fields. Assistant teachers will also support them during these lessons. Especially in PE, apart from playing in the sandpit we will have special activities designed for young children.

1. English

We will continue teaching all classes in English except Japanese class. We will focus on pronunciation and acquiring communication skills.

2. Math

Students will not only learn the four basic arithmetic operations but will also learn about weight & volume, length & distance, time, regular and irregular shapes. 5 periods in a week (1 period will be about 30 minutes)

3. Physical Education (PE)

5 periods in a week including gymnastics and the ball games. Swimming lessons will be held twice a week only during summer season. (1 period will be about 30 minutes)

  • Gymnastics: Mat, horizontal bar, vaulting horse, jump rope week (3 periods in a week with a period about 30 minutes long)
  • Ball games: Throwing, catching, running such as soccer and dodgeball (2 periods in a week with a period about 30 minutes long)
4. Arts & Craft

Enjoying to make things by hand including handicraft (2 periods in a week with a period about 30 minutes long)

5. Music

We have plans to include keyboard, eurhythmics, kids drum from 4 year old class, ukulele from the 5 year old class in our lesson. (4 periods in a week with a period about 30 minutes long)

Yearly age wise class curriculum and goals will be announced by he end of February. We want our students to enjoy to the fullest and learn various things naturally without getting stressed. From 2016/17 academic year kindergarten will have separate PE and musical events, arts&craft event and visit to elderly nursing home. In addition to this as of April, 2016 a separate kindergarten indoor gym will be built on the third floor. In addition, from April 2016, and then opened a kindergarten dedicated indoor gym on the third floor school building.

Education Policy of TWIS Kindergarten NEW

Our education policy is to have children acquire the ability to find problems and solve them independently. We would like them to enjoy their life and nurture a rich heart to consider their family and friends.

Education Objectives and Major Subjects NEW

Firstly children learn basic life skills such as daily greetings and manner. We will support them to be able to think and take actions independently. By establishing good communication with family, we strive to improve the educational environment for children to enjoy their school life, respecting their personality and human rights.

We focus on English (Japanese), Arithmetic, Physical Education, Music, and Art. These are the main subject areas. It is said that in early childhood, children acquire the most part of the language ability for communication and necessary arithmetic skills. If children miss this initial chance of obtaining language comprehension ability, they will need much more time to develop the same ability later in their life. Therefore our school offers English and Arithmetic lessons every day. All the subjects except for Japanese Language are given in English. In English Language class, they learn basic skills of phonics, listening, speaking, reading and writing.

We also put special focus on Physical Education, Music and Art. A specialist in each subject takes charge in delivering lessons with the cooperation of homeroom teachers.

Along with free play time, children will be given two kinds of special lessons in daily P.E. class. One type of lesson is Gymnastics; a vaulting horse, mat, a horizontal bar, jump rope, and so on. The other is Ball Games; throwing and catching of big and small balls, soccer, dodge ball, and others. We also give them chances to play fun games so that they can naturally develop their inner muscle and agility. In summer, there will be swimming lessons in the afternoon.

As for Music, children will get close to a keyboard and a percussion instrument based on the most popular methods in the United States. They will establish a sense of pitch and rhythm naturally. In addition, the eurhythmics lessons are also given every week.

Regarding Art, we offer well balanced lessons in painting and crafts. We focus on the enjoyable lessons to keep each one’s uniqueness in the art production. Taking the subjects of nature in particular around the school, children will happily develop aesthetic sense in art. We are planning to carry out as many events on arts and sports as possible, such as Sports day, mini concerts, exhibitions, presentation of performance, and visiting city facilities.

There are many reports that these abilities in sports and arts can be also acquired in early childhood. In addition, physical education, music, the art are said to be the more effective communication tools than words. We really hope that children lead a positive life with efficient life and social skills, getting over difficulties and enjoy their life, making many friends. However, above all, through sports, art and music, we hope that children have spiritually fulfilled life in the future.

We would like to run our kindergarten as the place where children are eager to come every day to play with friends and enjoy lessons. Our main goal is to have children enjoy every moment at the school. We strive to improve our facilities and educational environment to maintain the highest quality in early childhood education.

Elementary schoolJpaanese

General overview of the curriculum, strengths and policies of our elementary school are as follows.

  • Language Arts (English), Japanese, Math, Science, Social Studies, Gymnastics, Swimming, Art and Music classes will be taught by licensed teachers and professionals in their respective fields. Instruction in all academic subjects is based on USA, UK, and Japanese National standards.
  • Our school day has been extended to include eight classes in order to cover the instructional standards of USA, UK, and Japan. Thus learning time in our school is two classes per day more than the six classes typical in an American school day. Furthermore, the time scheduled per week for English, Math and Physical Education instruction is about fifty percent greater than the time at most American, Japanese, or other International Schools. Additionally, Japanese language instruction is designed to be as much or even more than that provided by Japanese Elementary Schools in Japan.
    Japanese class will take place every day and will be customized to each individual student's level. Physical Education classes will also take place every day and will utilize our on-site swimming pool, indoor gymnasium, and outdoor play area

Middle schoolJpaanese

Our middle school program adopts the American Common Core Curriculum. The Common Core focuses on developing both academic skills as well as life skills, such as effective communication and public speaking. We are in the process of implementing the IB Middle Years Programme in order to facilitate the passage to our high school division and later to university.

High School (Grand Opening 2018)Jpaanese

Our high school division will adopt the IB Diploma Programme, providing the students with a learning environment that will allow them to enroll in a number of international universities. Our program will adopt a variety of approaches towards learning, effectively enabling the students who wish to continue their studies abroad to successfully do so.

Educational Policy and ApproachJapanese

Educational Policy

The goal of our school is to develop confident and independent children who are respectful, contributing members of the global community.

Main Subjects and Concrete Approach

We try to keep a balance in the way all subjects are taught to our pupils; however, we also give special attention to the following points:

1. Language (English, Japanese)

Since language skills are essential for people to integrate smoothly into social life, one of our school’s main focus is to help children develop strong English and Japanese skills. Dual language skills will help children to communicate in an international environment, and Japanese will be particularly helpful to foreign children living in Japan. It is important not to forget that in addition to learning a new language, the study helps students understand different cultures and lifestyles.
In order to provide efficient English learning and create an international environment in our classes, approximately 30-40% of our students are native speakers of English. On the other hand Japanese lessons are provided daily in our Elementary division and activities and curricula are diversified according to the level of each student.
When creating our curricula, we also try to keep a good balance in the development of speaking, reading and writing skills as experience also taught us that students with good reading and writing skills have less difficulty in concentrating and doing deskwork.

2. Physical Education

Physical education is a fundamental subject in children’s school life as it is not only a means of training their bodies and conduct a healthy lifestyle, but also a natural and efficient way of teaching them the importance of teamwork. Through physical education, children will also learn how to challenge themselves and put effort in their work.
Main disciplines taught at school are gymnastics, swimming, ball games (tennis, soccer, basketball, and rugby), ballet and hip hop. The latter are given a special focus as they help children express their own emotions and feelings by moving their bodies.
Despite the young age of our students, our objective is to have them master the subjects to a level that allows them to enjoy learning and practicing.
Specialist instructors provide efficient learning of each physical activity that leads to confidence building. One of our goals is also to help children understand the importance of physical education in one’s life as well as the positive effects that physical education provides to language learning and the creation of good relationships with other people.

3. Mathematics

People with good mathematic skills can quickly solve problems, be entrusted with various tasks and be capable of challenging themselves in a wide variety of jobs.
Therefore, we believe that these skills can help children find confidence and motivation to challenge themselves while pursuing academic and professional goals.

4. Music

Music is one of the subjects which can help and support individuals throughout their life through good times and bad.
Our pupils practice keyboarding skills starting in Kindergarten and also learn to read music scores at elementary school. Upper level students can also practice not only keyboards, but also ukulele (guitar) and drums. As explained in the Physical Education chapter, each educational goal is maintained and reinforced until thoroughly mastered, avoiding quick but ineffective learning.
One important goal is to teach children how to read simple music scores, create songs and play instruments by the time they graduate elementary school. It is also important to remember that music can be a precious means to improve language learning.

5. Presentation and Performance Skills

A number of annual events take place at our school whose aim is not only to have pupils enjoy communal life, but also learn how to boldly perform in front of a large number of family members and friends. We believe that holding events can teach our pupils self-esteem and other important experiences cannot be obtained during regular lessons in a classroom. Surely a lot of time is required for them to practice; however, this also improves learning and culture interchange. Developing a strong ability to talk and perform in front of people is also an essential life skill.

Efficient Lesson Time Arrangement

Content and time of each subject for the elementary division are decided based on American standards and the directions from the Japanese Ministry of Education. Similar guidelines are taken into consideration for the Kindergarten division as well.
Because our school does not have long holidays, we offer more school days than other International schools in order to have enough time to reach the above mentioned education goals and to provide adequate professional development days.
However, a good balance in arranging the number of lessons for each subject is essential to improve students’ learning as it is essential to give special focus to the subjects and the objectives that are part of each student’s cognitive and psychomotor development.

Lesson contents and curriculum

After establishing an efficient time schedule, it is essential to set not only concrete goals and contents for each subject, but also the way these are being taught to children.
When teaching music or P.E., it is important to give children enough time to master each skill. Teaching many skills in a short time is proven to be ineffective, and might eventually make the children dislike the subjects they are trying to learn; therefore, in the case of music, we find it important to have children learn how to play an instrument instead of just listening and appreciating music.
To accomplish this goal, teachers have regular meetings to make sure that lesson time is being used in an efficient and appropriate way.

Creating an enjoyable environment for children

We believe in the importance of creating an enjoyable and stimulating learning environment where our staff is constantly working on improving our facilities and education plans in order to create an enjoyable environment that facilitates children's learning.

Averting Bullying

Children who are skilled in many areas tend to have a positive attitude toward life and know how to challenge themselves and they also develop strong and caring relationships. On the other hand, children with low self-esteem tend to be afraid of socializing with others and are often victims of bullying. It is not an exaggeration to say that helping children develop self-esteem and the ability to succeed in what they do is the same as contributing to the creation of a caring society without bullying.

International Accreditation

Our school obtained the international accreditation by becoming a member of AdvancED (the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement) .
The school is currently a member of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and the Tokyo Association of International Preschools (TAIP).
IB (International Baccalaureate) accreditation is planned by the school for the school year 2018-2019, making the school recognized at an international level.

Cultural Exchanges and Exchange Programs with Other Schools

For children joining the Elementary school, our school tries to have as many cultural exchange programs as possible both with the regional community and students from the American military base living in Japan.
Enrolled in our schools are many students from the Yokota military base, making continued cultural exchanges possible. Currently exchange programs with students from nearby elementary schools are also routinely scheduled.

Accreditation and MembershipJapanese

Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) candidate school
Japan Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (JASCD) membership
International Primary Curriculum (IPC) membership
Accredited by AdvancED

On October 18th, 2013 our school has been officially accredited as an International School by AdvancED, the largest school accreditation organization in the USA. Thank you very much for your precious cooperation and please keep supporting us in our efforts for an increasingly further improvement.

We are pursuing authorization as an IB World School

Tokyo West International School is a candidate school for the Middle Years Program.
This school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy—a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Tokyo West International School believes is important for our students.

School HistoryJapanese

April 2004
  • Opening of Kunitachi Kids International School in West Kunitachi, Tokyo
April 2005
  • The school transfers to Fujimidai, Kunitachi, Tokyo with the name of Kunitachi Kids International Kindergarten
  • Start of school bus service to/from Yokota air base
  • The school becomes the first member of Tokyo Association of International Preschools (TAIP) in Tama area
April 2010
  • Tokyo West International Elementary School opens in Shibasaki, Tachikawa, Tokyo as the elementary division of Kunitachi Kids International.
November 2010
  • The school moves to Sunagawa, Tachikawa, Tokyo and changes its name to Tokyo West International School
October 2013
  • Kunitachi Kids International School and Tokyo West International School are accredited by AdvancED, the largest school accreditation organization in the United States
April 2014
  • Tokyo West International School becomes a candidate for the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB MYP)
April 2015
  • Tokyo West International School moves to the current Umetsubo campus in Hachioji, and opens its middle school and kindergarten divisions
  • At the moment, about 340 students are enrolled at Tokyo West International School and its sister schools (Tokyo West: 250 students and Central Forest: about 90 students) and study under the guidance of 50 teachers and staff members.


Tokyo West International School Grade 1 to Grade 7 moved to the new campus in Hachioji. High School will be also opened.

  • 20 classrooms
  • library
  • music room
  • science room
  • 2 gymnasium
  • artificial grass playground with 100m running track
  • heated swimming pool (25m)
  • cafeteria
  • Wooden deck rest area
  • kindergarten playground
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Hachioji campus




中等部校長 モーテン・ヴァテン


1: 日本に居住する外国人の子弟が、母国語(英語)を使用して小・中・高等学校課程のすべての教科を学び、かつ日本の学校卒業とほぼ同程度の日本語能力を身につけること。日本語のみならず、日本文化を体験することにより、異文化を理解し、受け入れることのできる人間となること。

2: 日本人の子弟で、キンダーガーテンを卒園したものが、その後の小・中・高等学校課程を英語ですごし、世界に通用する英語力を身につけること。さらに、真の意味で自国・他国文化を理解し、将来、国際社会で活躍できる人間となること。



LEAD: Learn(学ぶ) Empower(力を尽くす) Achieve(成し遂げる) Dream(夢を叶える)   
夢を持つということ: 当校のスローガンLEADについて










Language Art(英語)やJapanese(日本語)の言語関連授業では、多くの良い本を読み、書かれているものを音読することが、コミュニケーション、プレゼンテーション力の強化におおいに役立つ。これは、当校が特に力をいれていることの一つである。音読により、言語の能力そのものや、日本語では漢字の能力さえも向上すると言われている。しかし、もっと重要なことは、音読によって、より論理的な思考ができるようになり、説得力のあるわかりやすいプレゼンテーションが可能になるということである。











クラス編成:3クラス制 NEW


  3歳児クラス 4歳児クラス 5歳児クラス
定員:各クラス20名 20名 20名 20名
専任教員:6名 3歳児担当教員 4歳児担当教員 5歳児担当教員
2名2名 2名

カリキュラム NEW


1. 英語


2. 算数


3. 体育


  • 体操系(マット、鉄棒、跳び箱、なわとび)週3コマ(1回30分程度)
  • 球技系(投げる、受ける、走る、飛ぶからサッカー・ドッジボールなど)週2コマ(1回30分程度)
4. アート・クラフト


5. 音楽


  • それぞれのクラスの年齢別の年間カリキュラム、到達目標などは、2月末までに保護者の皆様に発表する予定です。
  • あくまでも無理なく楽しみながら、自然にいろいろな能力が身に着くように授業をおこないます。
  • 2016年度からは、幼稚部単独で、体育や音楽の発表会、美術の作品発表会、八王子市内の老人ホームへの訪問などを精力的におこなう予定です。
  • 2016年4月より、校舎3階に幼稚部専用室内体操場を開設します。

幼稚部の教育目的 NEW


教育方針と重点科目 NEW
























1. 言語(英語・日本語)


2. 体育


3. 算数


4. 音楽


5. プレゼンテーション、パフォーマンススキル



どの教科を、どの内容で、どのくらいの時間学習するかは、小学部生以上の場合は、アメリカンスタンダードや文科省教育指導要綱(日本)により定められております。また幼稚部の場合も、これに準じたガイドラインが定められております。当校を含め、多くのインターナショナルスクール、キンダーガーテンは、多かれ少なかれ、これらのガイドラインを参考にしながら年間の授業スケジュールを組み立てています。当校の場合、ほかのインターナショナルスクールやキンダーガーテンに比べ、年間授業日数が多い(長いお休みが少ない)のは、標準的なガイドライン教科に加え、上記でご説明した重点教科へ多くの学習時間が必要になるからです。しかし、それでも年間の授業時間は限られており、どの科目にどのくらいの時間を使うかが、私学にとってその特色を反映するひとつの要素となります。たとえば、昨今、日本のある私立小学校で、古文・漢文に多くの時間を費やし、おおきな話題となり志願者を増やしている学校があるといいます。古文・漢文を学ぶことで、漢字に強くなることや、日本古来の礼儀作法を知り身につけられるという利点があると、その学校の先生はインタビューでおっしゃっておられました。しかし、当校では、たとえば、このように古文・漢文を学ぶより、限られた授業時間のなかで、国際語である英語や正しい現代日本語を学ぶこと、その他、当校の重点教科である算数、体育、音楽を重点的に学ぶことのほうが重要と考えています。古文・漢文が過去に存在し、どのようなものであったかを学ぶことは必要ですが、もし一定以上の時間をそれに費やすとすれば非常にもったいないことではないでしょうか? 限られた授業時間をどの教科に振り分けるかは、特に私学にとって、どのような人間を育てようとしているのか、というその学校の存在意義に関わる重要なことなのです。当校では、将来の、自立した思いやりのある国際人を育てるためにより重要と思われる重点教科にフォーカスした授業時間配分を実行しています。
















ジャパン カリキュラム開発・監修機関
(JASCD : Japan Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development)メンバーシップ
(IPC:International Primary Curriculum)メンバーシップ



当校は、IB(国際バカロレア)プログラム(2017年度の中学部からの導入)に関し、2014年4月1日、正式に導入候補校となりました。 将来のIB認定に向けて、本格的にIBプログラムの導入準備を進めております。

(WASC : Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges)認定 候補校


2004年 4月
  • 東京都国立市西に「くにたちキッズインターナショナルプリスクール」を開校。
2005年 4月
  • 東京都国立市富士見台に校舎を移転するとともに「くにたちキッズインターナショナルキンダーガーテン」を新設。
  • 米軍横田基地へスクールバスの運行を開始。
  • 多摩地区で初の東京プリスクール協会(TAIP)のメンバー校となる。
2010年 4月
  • 東京都立川市柴崎町に「くにたちキッズインターナショナルスクール」の小学部として「東京ウエストインターナショナルエレメンタリースクール」を新設。
2010年 11月
  • 東京都立川市砂川町に校舎を移転し、「東京ウエストインターナショナルスクール」に校名を変更。
2013年 10月
  • 「くにたちキッズインターナショナルスクール」と、「東京ウエストインターナショナルスクール」がアメリカ国際教育カリキュラム認定機関AdvancEDより国際学校として認可を受ける。
2014年 4月
  • 「東京ウエストインターナショナルスクール」が国際バカロレア機構(IB)MYP候補校となる。
2015年 4月
  • 八王子市梅坪町に「東京ウエストインターナショナルスクール」新校舎を竣工。あわせて中学部・幼稚部を新設。
  • 姉妹校を含む全生徒数は約340名(東京ウエストインターナショナルスクール:約250名、セントラルフォレストインターナショナルスクール:約90名)、教職員数は約50名となり、現在に至る。



  • 普通教室20
  • 図書室
  • 音楽室
  • 理科室
  • 体育館2
  • 人工芝校庭(100Mランニングトラック併設)
  • 25M温水プール
  • カフェテリア
  • ウッドデッキ
  • 幼稚部園庭
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