Building Strong Hearts and Minds
in the Heart of Tokyo!
Chiyoda International School Tokyo MIDDLE SCHOOL
Opening Schedule:

CHIST’s Middle School and High School programs will open
in stages with grades six and ten in April 2019.
Grades seven and eleven will open in 2020; grades eight and ten will open in 2021;
and grade nine will open in 2022.
CHIST plans to begin granting high school diplomas
at the school’s first graduation ceremony in March, 2022.
Opening DivisionGradeOpening Year
Elementary School One through Five 2018
Middle and High School Six and Ten 2019
Middle and High School Seven and Eleven 2020
Middle and High School Eight and Twelve 2021
Middle  School Nine 2022
Middle School and High School:
A Time of Exploration and Preparation
Middle School and High School naturally are times of great changes and emerging maturity for students. This makes it the perfect time for exposure to a wider range of subjects, skills, and experiences. CHIST provides a range of meaningful opportunities to explore and express their strengths through a curriculum that is, both global minded and student-centered. Our commitment to global mindedness honors the international outlook of our school community, emphasizing the cultivation of communication skills and international perspectives in English and Japanese, as well as other subjects including design, math, science, physical education and music. Our commitment to a student-centered curriculum motivates our emphasis on developing each student’s awareness of his or her own learning process. Encouraging students to be mindful of their own learning, as well as their own thoughts and emotions, empowers their growing awareness of themselves and their world, and guides them to make good decisions.
English Library
Japanese Class
Math & Science
After School
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Preparing for a Global Future
We are preparing our students for a future we cannot wholly imagine and for jobs and career trajectories that do not even exist yet. Promoting global engagement, bilingualism, and cross-cultural understanding, our college preparatory curriculum builds on the global contexts first introduced and developed in the earlier grades. Where younger students asked, “Who are we?” older students will delve more deeply into identities and relationships and how they interact with the real world. Where younger students asked, “How do we organize ourselves?” older students will define globalization and sustainability in ways that elucidate which approaches to globalization may prove most sustainable. We continually invite our students to reflect on local, national and global communities, encouraging them to consider their current and future places in the world as well as how they might make the world a better place.






Community Service
CHIST students are expected to extend their classroom learning into the community with service-based activities. Each student is charged with reflecting upon both what learning insights to apply to community service, and what form that service should take. The school will publish and promote suggested community service activities and field trips throughout the year, but it is up to each student to decide what he or she wants to do. These activities should cultivate each student’s awareness of injustices and unmet needs, while bringing students, faculty and staff together to create lasting and helpful partnerships with the wider community. Community service is required for CHIST middle school and high school students, and each term each student must prepare a portfolio documenting his or her service journey with written reflections and photographs.
Humanitarian tasks
Animal protection
Community services
Meet the Principal
Applications for grades six and ten will be available from September, 2018. Students interested in these grades are invited to make an individual appointment to meet with the middle school and high school principal and take a tour of the building. At this meeting, prospective students and their parents can expect to learn more about our middle school and high school program, and to discuss whether or how CHIST may be a good match for their educational goals and needs. Contact the Main Office to make an appointment, or use the form below.
Margaret FitzpatrickMargaret Fitzpatrick, PhD.
Make an Appointment to Meet the Principal
Schedule Now available by appointment
Time Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 3PM to 6PM, or Friday 10AM to 6PM,
Venue Chiyoda International School Tokyo
Details The individual counseling sessions and school tours will be offered by Dr. Fitzpatrick, Middle School and High School Principal.
The sessions will be conducted in English.
One session takes approximately 45minutes.

Meet the Principal


*Student's Name (English)
*Parent or Guardian #1(English)
Parent or Guardian #2(optional)
*Student's Date of Birth
年   月  
year        /      month         /       date
*Current School and Grade
*Email Address
*Number of Participants
*Preferred date and time(1st choice)
*Preferred date and time(2nd choice)
*Preferred date and time(3rd choice)
*Emergency Contact number
Where did you learn about CHIST?
Things the office needs to know
Please contact us if you did not receive responces from us during five business days.
Sign up to 
Special Event
for Middle and High Schoolers
~The Art and Science of Chocolate~


Schedule Saturday, February 16  3:00 to 5:00PM
Venue Chiyoda International School Tokyo

After our afternoon School Information Session on February 16th (two days after Valentine's Day), current and aspiring Middle Schoolers and their families are invited to experience fun, informative, and
interactive mini-lessons and displays about chocolate in art, science, history, literature and film.

Students will . . .
• Examine whether there is a link between the temperature and taste of chocolate with Science Teacher Mr. Roberts!
• Stroll through a gallery of chocolate in the humanities and then shoot the choco-ball to win prizes with
History Teacher Mr. Seibert!
• Solve real-life chocolate games and puzzles with Math Teacher Ms. Labastin!
• Draw and color realistic chocolate pods with Art Teacher Mr. Beaugeard!

In between sampling chocolate lessons and nibbling chocolate treats, students and their families may enjoy the annual Chiyoda International School Tokyo Student Art Exhibit, on display in the same area. All of the festivities will be held on the fifth floor of our brand-new, purpose-built school building, showcasing the preparations our experienced team of teachers has been making for the opening of grades six and ten in April, 2019.

Event Poster (ENG/JPN)

*If you would like to attend only this event, participation of School Info Session (Lecture/Tour) is optional.

SIS 2019 Winter

* Mandatory(※必須項目)

*Preferred date / 参加希望日 *multiple choices allowed(複数選択可)
Session Part1: Lecture(講演) *If you will attend only the Middle/High School event, it is not mandatory.
Each parent can apply to a separate session, if you prefer.
For students who are currently in Grade 5 or over, you can join the session separately from your parents. If that is the case, please check two boxes. (e.g. Parents will go to the Japanese session and the student will go to the English session)

Session Part2: Tour(スクールツアー) *If you will attend only the Middle/High School event, it is not mandatory.
A tour with Head of School may become full. In the case, we may ask you to join either tour done by English.
For students who are currently in Grade 5 or over, you can join the tour separately from your parents. If that is the case, please check two boxes. (e.g. Parents will go to the Japanese tour and the student will go to the Middle/High School tour)

Head of Schoolによるツアーは満員になる可能性があります。その場合は英語で行われるいずれかのツアーに参加をお願いする場合があります。
*Student Name (in English) / お子様のお名前(ローマ字)
*Parent name (in English) / 保護者様のお名前
*Date of birth of student / お子様のお誕生日
年   月  
year        /      month         /       date
*The grade you are applying for/ご入学希望の学年
*Email address/ メールアドレス
*Number of participants expected/ 参加予定人数
*Emergency contact number (in case of sudden cancellation etc.) / 緊急連絡先(急な中止の連絡など)
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*How did you know CHIST? / CHISTについてどのように知られましたか?
Things the office needs to know / 事務局に伝えておきたいこと
Please do let us know at in case of cancellation.

You do not need to contact us if the number of participants change.