Willowbrook International School offers an inquiry-based international curriculum that is engaging, relevant, challenging and fun.
- - Regular English program for 1.5-5 years old
- - Japanese/English Dual Immersion program for 2-5 years old
- - Official International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme
WELCOME TO WILLOWBROOK
SeptemberEvacuation Drill at Arisugawa Park
Professional Development for Teachers
NovemberChild Led Conference
Parent Teachers Conference
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"The teachers are amazing and I love the atmosphere at Willowbrook.... I feel welcome whenever I pick up my kids."
"The kids are prepared for almost any emergency. I'm less worried about them if something were to happen. I know they're in good hands."
"The director is so passionate and committed. Every morning she welcomes the kids and parents, and her warmth and caring set the tone for the whole school."
"The teachers are what make Willowbrook. They are all kind, caring, and take pride in their work."
"The Dual Immersion program is what drew us to Willowbrook. My daughter started on a Japanese day and didn't speak a word of Japanese. When I picked her up, she was so happy!"
"I love how much the teachers share with parents. Whether it’s what activity, something funny, or ...their teaching methods, they are an open book."
"The art program at Willowbrook is innovative and amazing. The school lights up with color, texture, and energy from their art displays."
"The first thing that shines through is the incredible warmth conveyed by the entire staff! They really and truly care about nurturing the children...."
"Willowbrook made our move to Tokyo so much easier. The staff and parents are so welcoming and our children settled into their new school much faster than anticipated."
"Ms. Ikuyo is a real professional. She always cares about the Willowbrook kids, families, and teachers, which gives the school such a warm atmosphere."
"Our daughter has thrived at Willowbrook. The breadth of activities across Dual Immersion has been incredible. It's lovely to see her absorbing new cultural experiences."