Laurus International School of Science

  • Age: Preschool: 18 months-3 years old; Kindergarten: 3-6 years old; Primary School 6-11 years old; Secondary School 11-13 years old
  • Area: Preschool/Kindergarten: Aoyama, Takanawa, Shirokanedai, Jiyugaoka, Tsukishima (Tokyo Prefecture), Musashi-Kosugi, Musashi-Shinjo (Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture); Primary/Secondary: Shiba (Minato Ward, Tokyo Prefecture)


Laurus International School of Science (LISS) in Tokyo, Japan, established in 2001 by Mr. Kiyomi Hioki and Mrs. Mami Hioki, is dedicated to developing future innovators and global leaders. Starting as an English language school, it now offers a comprehensive education from kindergarten through lower secondary school, with plans for upper secondary education.

LISS combines advanced technology in its curriculum, including state-of-the-art labs and an Innovation Lab with facilities like 3D printing and robotics. The curriculum is aligned with the Cambridge International curriculum, emphasizing inquiry-based and project-based learning to enhance critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

The school focuses on holistic development, encouraging student well-being, creativity and exploration. It also fosters connections with universities and industries, integrating real-world applications into learning.

Besides STEM, LISS offers a well-rounded education, including physical education, music and various extracurricular activities. The institution blends its global educational approach with Japanese cultural values, ensuring a balanced perspective for students.

LISS is recognized for its inclusive environment and extends its educational ethos to the wider community through various outreach programs, promoting STEM and language education. Its mission is to empower students to become innovative leaders who will positively shape the future.

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Laurus International School of Science prioritizes STEAM education as the cornerstone of their learning approach. They utilize the Cambridge Curriculum as the foundation for a comprehensive education, incorporating advanced educational content such as entrepreneurship, programming, artificial intelligence, astronomy and more. This blend of traditional and innovative learning strategies ensures our students are well-equipped for the future.


  • Japanese lessons are conducted approximately thrice a week to preserve and enhance the student’s proficiency in the Japanese language and their understanding of Japanese culture.
  • Provides full-day care in preschools, kindergartens and primary schools.
  • Offers an extensive selection of engaging and meticulously crafted extracurricular enrichment programs including after-school activities and STEAM-focused seasonal camps and schools, which are open to students from Laurus and other institutions.
  • Maintains small class sizes to foster an environment that promotes high educational standards.
  • Keeps close communication with parents, ensuring a collaborative approach to each student’s educational journey.
  • Hosts various events throughout the year, including field trips, STEAM Fair, Performance Day, Sports Day and more. These events provide diverse experiences and learning opportunities for Laurus’s students.


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