Tsukuba International School has information sessions once every two months to allow parents to come and visit the school, observe some classes, and talk to the school staff. If you would like to have more information about the school, these information sessions are a perfect opportunity for you to see the school in action. Click here to make a reservation to attend one of the information sessions.

* Please note, due to COVID-19 pandemic, sadly we will not be able to welcome visitors to our campus in person for the time being for this 2020-21 school year. Our information sessions until further notice will be held as online sessions, using Zoom.

Information Sessions in 2020-21

  • Wednesday, October 21, 2020
  • Wednesday, December 16, 2020
  • Wednesday, February 3, 2021
  • Wednesday, April 14, 2021
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2021

These dates can also be seen in our school calendar.


10:15 am: Introduction to Tsukuba International School
10:45 am: Question and Answer
11:15 am: Tour School/Visit Classes
11:45 am: Finish

(Please note that this is a rough schedule and may change depending on the people in attendance and the nature of their interest in our school.)


If you are interested in joining one of our school information sessions, please fill out this form to make a reservation. Please note, we cannot accept more than 15 families for one session, so if that maximum has been reached, we may ask you to reschedule. If you would like to see the school, but you are not available on any of these days, you can use the form to request a private session on another date.

Children in Attendance

We encourage parents to bring their children to these information sessions so the children can get a sense of the school and contribute to the decision of whether or not to consider applying to the school. However, the introductory talk usually lasts at least 30 minutes, and can go longer if there are questions from the people in attendance. Therefore, we strongly encourage parents to consider whether their children will be able to sit quietly and listen to the talk for that long. If they cannot, parents are encouraged to bring some toys that will allow their children to play quietly while the talk is happening, or consider attending without the children for the first information session, and then arranging a (much shorter) private tour for your child later. In general, we feel that children aged 6 and over should be able to attend the session without any problems, but parents should use their discretion in making a decision that works best for their family.