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Over 2,000 parents, 280 faculty and staff, and our network of more than 7,500 alumni work together to foster a community of inquisitive learners and independent thinkers, inspired to be their best selves, empowered to make a difference.
I believe teachers need to see every child's glass as half full and that requires knowing each student as an individual and being tenacious in trying to discover and understand their unique potential.
—Dr Jim Hardin
Head of School
The senior walk is an emotional day on campus—a time when the deep connections made between students and their peers, bus monitors, coaches, teachers are clearly visible though tears of joy and sadness, hugs and high fives, shared memories and congratulations.
In those moments our commitment to know, value and care for each other is clearly visible.
We Know, Value and Care.
Each student’s intellectual and personal passions are important to us and so our program is designed to allow learners to try new things, take risks, be independent and build self-awareness.
With a robust academic foundation that encourages curiosity, opportunities to learn independently and over 170 co-curriculars, we launch our students on a lifelong path to discover themselves.
Our Students Find Their Element.
Passions discovered at ASIJ can have a lifelong impact and our alumni lead diverse and successful lives in many fields. Read about their work below, or ショッピング値下 ZARA BASIC ザラジャパン デニムジャケット ダメージ加工 インディゴ.
Steve Dornbach (FF ’09–’12) reflects on 50 years of Daruma, ASIJ’s literary magazine
Whether its initiating a program to provide furniture to local teenagers exiting foster care, making rice-balls for the homeless or administering basic medical tests to villagers in Belize, our students make a positive difference to their local, national and international communities. We believe that purposeful work builds purposeful students who will leave ASIJ equipped and empowered to solve real world problems.
Our students Make a Difference.