We would like to invite you to watch our students perform in a production of The Wizard of OZ on April 30th from 6pm.  Please contact the school for ticket purchases and inquiries.

Summer School Information

We are now taking applications for our Summer School Program.  Please click on the following link to find the brochures and application forms.  We look forward to another fun Summer School. Summer School

Elementary Mini-Sports Day Postponed

Dear Elementary Parents, We wish to inform you that today’s scheduled  Elementary Mini Sports Day has been POSTPONED to Monday, September 25, due to incoming rain. Students will be dismissed today at 3:10, our regular dismissal time. Students should wear their house … Continue reading

Sign up now for Summer School 2015

We are now taking applications for Summer School 2015.  Four weeks of fun, happiness and learning have been planned for your enjoyment.  Please visit the Summer School page for more information.

Orientation for Prospective Families – February 11th

We will be hosting an orientation for all prospective parents and students who would like to enroll in MBIS is the future.  We will meet at 10:00am in the office, have a school tour and visit classes.  There will then … Continue reading

33rd Bilingual Speech Contest

On November 18th, 2012, Maya Kaizuka (G11), Thomas Khorana (G11), and Mrs. Mio Ranni represented MBIS in the Annual Speech Contest.  The theme this year wasLet’s Strengthen our Human Bonds “Kizuna”.   Competing against 11 other speakers, each of our representatives … Continue reading

8th Grader to Defend Spelling Bee Crown

The MBIS community wishes 8th grade student Yuichi Yoshioka the best of luck as he is off to Tokyo this weekend to defend his Japan Times Spelling Bee title. Click below to read his story in the Japan Times. http://www.japantimes.co.jp/ … Continue reading

NYT Bureau Chief Visits the 25th Anniversary MUN

Marist Brothers International School held their 25th annual Model United Nations conference this past February 22-24. During these three days, over 80 student delegates from a 8 international schools crafted resolutions and debated some of the world’s most pressing problems … Continue reading