School Activities & Events

Field Trips | Events

Club Activities

Club & Extracurricular activities contribute to a well-rounded educational experience. The following is just a sample of the types and details about them.

Abacus
To master the use of a mechanical calculating device.
Computer Programming/ Graphics
To learn about advanced computer programming concepts / or learning to create graphics and more.
Music Band
To be part of the school band and showcase the self and the school.
Music – Trumpet/ Guitar
Towards fostering the use of musical instruments.

Dance
To learn about the expression of emotions, logic and controlled feelings.
Photography club
To leave a visual history behind.
Robotics
To go where no machine has gone before.

The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) assist with event-planning and extra-curricular activities.

Testimonials

  • LAIS student
    As I turned 16 years of age, I started to figure out what I really want to do in my future, and began working towards them. As I’m in the highest grade at school and have no seniors who could share their experiences, I face lots of challenges about my future. However, Little Angels has lots of qualified and experienced teachers, who support and advise me in all aspects. Every time I have doubts or worries, teachers are always there for me to clarify and, they lessened my concerns. To make my dreams come true, I need lots of support from different kinds of people: parents, friends, and teachers. Achieving my goals is not easy, and requires lots of effort, but as my school’s motto says, ‘Nothing is Impossible’. Everything is possible when one has the right support to rely on.

    I have a dream, and every step towards my dream is in total darkness, but Little Angels lights up the path and leads me closer to my ambition.

    Mayu O., Y11
  • LAIS parent
    My son will be 14 years old in April and has attended LAIS since he was 5 years old. They accepted him as a 1st grader though he was younger than the standard. Given that he did not attend LAIS’s preschool while most of the other elementary students did, he had to attend weekend school for about 4 months prior to becoming a 1st grader in order to catch up with his peers. The classes were mainly to focus on his writing skills, since our family speaks both English and Japanese at home and have traveled quite extensively outside of Japan. I was amazed that within 4 months, his writing skills had improved greatly and it was largely due to LAIS.

    In life, there are always going to be challenges and the same holds true for my son. However, with the support of LAIS, he has overcome these challenges. LAIS has given me their time and support. In most cases, parents need to be heavily involved in their children’s development as well. My son will be attending a US university and when I was informed LAIS was getting accredited by Cambridge, I was elated. This will give LAIS students a better opportunity to enter a top tier university. This accreditation is recognized not only by UK institutions, but also by top US universities including the famed Ivy League schools.
    My son will be taking the Cambridge Check Point exam in couple of weeks, and I am very grateful for the teacher’s support. Specifically, not only their support after school to prepare for this exam, but also their time during the spring break for 2 weeks where the students attend school full time at no extra charge.
    I am looking forward to LAIS’s future and pondering which top universities the students might enter.

    Toru I.