Welcome to the 2013 Nagoya International School Summer Program!
Thank you for your interest in the 2013 NIS Summer Program. Applications are now being accepted for summer 2013. The goal of the NIS Summer Program is to provide students with a dynamic environment that helps them learn and have fun. The program does this by incorporating activities that challenge the student through five main areas - Creative, Cognitive, Collaborate, Cultural, and Cardiovascular. We believe that a truly engaging summer program is built around these areas of focus. Activities for students vary weekly, but will include arts, crafts, team games, IT exploration, cooking, science experiments, and more!
Please note that the NIS Summer Program is NOT intended to be a learning program to enhance academic English skills. The language of instruction for the NIS Summer Program is English and students are expected to be able to communicate and participate fully in English. Students are expected to use the common language of English at all times while on the NIS campus, and may be asked to withdraw from the program (or denied enrollment) if it is deemed that the English level of the student does not qualify for full participation.
2013 Session Dates:
Session 1: June 17-21 * Completed!
- Session 2: June 24-28 * Completed!
Session 3: July 29-August 2 **
Limited Availability as of July 1
Session 4: August 5-9 ** Closed as of June 26
* Application Deadline June 7 ** Application Deadline July 19
The NIS Summer Program runs for four weekly "sessions" from Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm. Applications for sessions 1 & 2 are due by June 7, and July 19 for sessions 3 & 4. Students can participate in just one session, or all four sessions if interested.
2013 Session Schedule
- The NIS Summer program starts daily at 9:00 am. Each student should be dropped off (UPPER parking lot) and in the Commons (lunchroom) by 9:00 am. Please do not drop-off students any earlier than 8:45.
- The program finishes each day at 3:00 pm. Each student should be picked up from the Commons.
- Parking is available in the UPPER parking lot.
2013 Enrollment Eligibility
Admission to the NIS Summer Program is open to students age 5-11(entering Kindergarten through grade 5), and must fall under one of the three admissions categories below:
- Students who are currently studying full-time in an international school (or school outside of Japan) which uses an English-based school curriculum AND who are not enrolled in the Japanese school system;
- Japanese returnee students (returned within the last three years) (students must submit grade reports or transcripts of former school(s) attended) and who previously studied in an English-language curriculum while outside of Japan;
- Students who are non-Japanese or multi-cultural (i.e. one or both parents have a non-Japanese passport and a native language that is not Japanese) and who have sufficient English language skills to participate.
NOTE: students in categories 2 and 3 are NOT eligible for sessions 1 & 2 if they attend Japanese schools
Participants for all sessions must submit a completed application form. Sessions 1 & 2 are intended for current NIS students or students from admissions category (1) only; Sessions 3 & 4 are open to NIS students and students from categories (1), (2) and (3).
Maximum space availability is 45 students for each session, and admissions is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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About Nagoya International School
Nagoya International School (NIS) is a private, coeducational day school founded in 1964 offering an Internationally recognized curricular program from pre-school through grade 12. An integrated, interdisciplinary, standards-based curriculum provides students with a strong educational foundation that leads to college preparatory courses in the high school. The language of instruction is English. Graduates earn a standard U.S. high school diploma, and additionally, have the option to obtain the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma.
For More Information
Please feel free to contact NIS (email@example.com) if you have any questions about the 2012 summer program.
Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you and your child this summer!
- The NIS Summer Program Team