Saint Maur International School
Established in 1872 as innovators of international education in Japan, Saint Maur International School and the Ecole Francaise de Saint Maur continue to meet the needs of children (co-educational, two and a half years to grade 12) from the multi-cultural, multi-faith international community.
Located in the residential and historical Yamate area of Yokohama, near Tokyo, the school is well serviced by public transportation, being close to train and subway stations, as well as several bus routes.
Number of Students, Montessori–Grade 12: 438
Number of Teaching Staff: 60
Number of Countries Represented: 41
Average Student/Teacher ratio: 8:1
Student Population: 45% male, 55% female
Graduates Admitted to Universities & Colleges: 100%
The Saint Maur campus houses four main buildings, which include an award-winning fine arts center and a gymnasium. A short distance from the main gate is a dedicated, state-of-the-art science center which opened in 2011. All classrooms and regular recreation areas are on one site, thus avoiding students having to regularly cross roads or leaving one campus to reach another.
The campus has modern and well maintained facilities, which include classrooms, recreation halls, computer labs, a cafeteria, library, tennis courts, and several outdoor play areas. Saint Maur also owns an outdoor sports complex, Peverley Place, which opened in 2003 and is located only a three-minute walk from the main buildings.
Montessori, IPC, IGCSE, IB, French National Curriculum, Trinity Music Examinations, Lion’s Quest
International Baccalaureate (IB) Program
IB diploma candidates 1987-2013: 242
Diplomas earned 1987-2013: 242
Success rate: 95% (worldwide 79%)
Average diploma score: 32.4
Average subject score: 4.89
Class of 2012 SAT Reasoning Test
Critical reading: 538 (U.S. average 497)
Mathematics: 663 (U.S. average 514)
Writing: 575 (U.S. average 489)
Average total score: 1778 (U.S. average 1500)
IB Subjects Offered
English literature, English language and literature, literature and performance, Japanese language, Japanese language and literature, French language, Spanish language, Spanish ab initio, Mandarin ab initio, history, economics, psychology, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, visual arts, music, computer science, information technology in a global society, theory of knowledge (TOK), creativity action service (CAS)
AP Exams Taken
English literature, English language, French language, Spanish language, micro economics, macro economics, biology, chemistry, physics B and C, calculus AB and BC
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