St. Mary's International School

St. Mary's International School

St. Mary’s International School was founded in 1954. It moved to its current location in Setagaya ward in 1971.

At St. Mary’s, we nurture the intellectual, physical, emotional and social development of each student. Our challenging array of core curricular and extra-curricular programs is designed to enable each student to achieve excellence and success. We provide a positive and safe learning environment, where a spirit of cooperation, friendship and mutual respect helps to maximize individual achievement.

The St. Mary’s experience goes from kindergarten to grade 12. We offer the International Baccalaureate course of studies (www.ibo.org), a globally recognized and rigorous pre-university program designed to give students the competitive edge they need for both university studies and their later careers.

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1954
Private
Not for Profit
Not Set
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Day
Boys Only
Catholicism
Council of International Schools (CIS)
Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

Contact Information
Campus Address
1-6-19 Seta
Japan
Tokyo
Setagaya-ku
158-8668
Not set
Contact Details
+81337093411 ext. 4527
+81337071950

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Education Information
IB DP
International
English
Kindergarten
12

Tuition Fees
22000.0
22000.0

Teacher Information
100
30
70
10

Student Information
875
0
48
370
229
276
0
0
0
47
Teaching Information
178
August
Yes
No
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No

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Middle School English

This full time 8th grade English includes teaching four Core Standard based reading, writing and speaking classes and one elective class, ideally drama. In addition to teaching 8th grade English, the ideal candidate would also lead the Middle School drama program to include one play production each year. Experience teaching at the Middle School level along with having a Middle School endorsement or equivalent are expected.
Starting: 1 Aug 2020
Apply By: 27 Jan 2020
Closes In: 50 days

Middle School Design Technology

The ideal candidate for this position will have a middle school endorsement, experience teaching middle school students and have a passion for dealing with this level of education. Currently the position includes 6th grade design technology that is integrated with 6th grade art, 6th-8th grade classes on digital citizenship, and 7th and 8th grade design technology electives. Skills and experience with laser printers, 3D printers, digital photography, design software and robotics are also important. An after-school Art and Design Club is offered by the design technology teacher and, in addition, the person hired for this position will work with middle school teachers to integrate technology and design thinking into their classes.
Starting: 18 Jan 2020
Apply By: 24 Jan 2020
Closes In: 47 days

Middle School Art

This is a full-time 6th-8th grade, 240 student Middle School art position. Middle School certification and endorsements along with specific middle school experience are required with extracurricular involvement preferred. Any experience with collaborative STEAM team teaching that includes some digital art experience would also be beneficial.
Starting: 1 Aug 2020
Apply By: 8 Jan 2020
Closes In: 31 days

Japanese IBDP Teacher

The ideal candidate will be able to teach various levels of Japanese IBDP including Japanese A and Japanese B, HL and SL.
Starting: 1 Aug 2020
Apply By: 28 Dec 2019
Closes In: 20 days

IBDP Design Tech and electives

This job entails teaching IBDP Design Technology with possible sections of IB Computer Science and related electives which could include engineering, robotics and architecture. The ideal candidate will have experience with these subjects, particularly the IB components, and will be available for extra curricular support.
Starting: 1 Aug 2020
Apply By: 23 Dec 2019
Closes In: 15 days

Digital Arts/Communication Technology

This is a multidimensional digital education position with courses which may include yearbook, digital photography, Film and Audio VFX, and graphics and animation. The ideal applicant will be well versed in digital education and have a background in graphics and animation.
Starting: 1 Aug 2020
Apply By: 23 Dec 2019
Closes In: 15 days

Elementary School Learning Support Teacher

St. Mary’s International School is seeking an experienced learning lupport teacher for our elementary school. We are a K-12 Catholic international all-boys school in Tokyo, and our elementary school encompasses Grades RP-5 (our Readiness Program is equivalent to kindergarten). The learning support teacher works in a team of six support staff members (three learning support and three ESL), works with the classroom teachers to help them meet the learning needs of the students in the mainstream classroom as well as participating in push-in and pull-out when needed for students who have been identified for extra modifications. This role has the possibility of further advancement to a coordinator role.

It is also essential that the Learning Support teacher has a strong knowledge of the latest learning support policies and best practices. The successful applicant must be able to work with leaders and teachers to ensure development of all students and be an excellent communicator who can work with a variety of stakeholders.

The job description for the position includes the following:
• Work with the learning support team, together with the principals, to ensure that all students with identified special needs have support where needed
• Work as a team member for providing learning support to students
• Monitor and record student learning progress and provide teachers with information as needed
• Keep detailed and regularly updated records of observations, individual student meetings, parent meetings and teacher feedback
• Liaise on a regular basis with individual classroom teachers to provide support in the provision of enrichment and extension programs
• Use the school’s summative assessment data to inform and track student progress
• Work with the Learning Support Coordinator to discuss the specific needs students

Starting: 1 Aug 2020
Apply By: 10 Dec 2019
Closes In: 52 hrs

Elementary ESL Teacher

St. Mary's is seeking a dynamic, energetic and positive English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher.

Requirements for the job include the following:
-Licensed teacher with at least two years’ elementary experience in an international school setting
-ESL qualification
-High levels of subject knowledge and understanding of language acquisition for boys
-Know-how in supporting non-native speaking children in accessing all curricula
-Sensitivity to the cultural differences found in Japan and the willingness to develop and maintain a cross-cultural approach to work
-Demonstrated history of being a team player in a school setting
-Able to use technology to support and enhance learning
Starting: 1 Aug 2020
Apply By: 10 Dec 2019
Closes In: 52 hrs