History of Facility Development

PHASE II (1987–1988)

Phase II 1

The Nishimachi Internationalist
Issue Six, Summer 1984

The Board of Directors is looking forward to building Phase II, which will house 6 classrooms, shortly after the completion of the new building. Phase II is estimated to cost approximately 130 million yen and we anticipate applying again for tax-exempt status for this project.

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The Nishimachi Internationalist
Issue Seven, Summer 1987


Campaign tops 90 million yen after six months

The NIS Board realizes that tuition funds are not enough to expand Nishimachi’s dual-language program in offering a quality education in English and Japanese, let alone pay for new construction.

Hence, the school launched a campaign in January to raise 250 million yen to retire the debt incurred in building the new Primary Building, putting Nishimachi on solid financial ground for the remaining three priorities: staff development/training, curriculum improvement and scholarships.

Consequently, through the school’s development efforts, Nishimachi continues to benefit from the support of many senior Japanese and foreign industry contacts as well as government and academic officials, all crucial to the school’s long-term growth.

Phase II 2

View of the roof of the lower primary building

Nishimachi International School
2-14-7 Moto Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0046 Japan Tel: +81- (0)3-3451-5520

A well-recognized, independent, and coeducational K-9 international school in central Tokyo.

Western Association of Schools and Colleges      

 

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