Marist Brothers International School


Tuition & Fees 2023-24

Tuition and other fee structures are subject to change.

Tuition & Fees 2023-24

  • Early Years Program (Ages 3-5): ¥1,461,000
  • Lower School (Grade 1-6): ¥1,678,000
  • Upper School (Grade 7-10): ¥1,769,000
  • Upper School (Grade 11-12): ¥1,777,000
  • Application ¥52,000
  • Registration ¥310,000
  • Development Fund ¥310,000
  • Building Maintenance: ¥103,000
  • Technology: ¥41,000
  • IB Diploma Fee (Grades 11 & 12) ¥65,000
  • Grade 6 Graduation ¥15,000
  • Grade 12 Graduation ¥40,000
  • James Yama –  ¥61,000
  • Shioya Club – ¥61,000
  • Motomachi – ¥121,000
  • JR Ashiya ¥214,000
  • Mikage ¥203,000
  • Sannomiya – ¥135,000

Re-enrolment at MBIS is an annual process, and families must inform the school during the re registration period (taking
place in April each year) of their intention to re-enroll their child(ren) for the upcoming academic year.
Re-enrolment is contingent upon:

  • the school being able to continue to adequately address a student’s needs
  • student behavior in accordance with the school values and guidelines
  • all financial accounts current and in good standing


Should a family not inform the school of their intention to re-enroll a student by the deadline for the re-registration period,
the school reserves the right to offer the space to a prospective family seeking enrolment.

MBIS believes in a virtuous cycle of transparency, support and constructive collaboration amongst its faculty and staff, students, and parents. The admissions process is an opportunity to share accurate and meaningful information with our transition specialists to support student academic, social, and emotional well-being. On the rare occasion where key information is knowingly withheld or obscured, the school reserves the right to refuse admission or withdraw a place already offered. If student or parent behavior directly violates the values of the community as stated in our Handbooks, the school reserves the right to request the withdrawal of the individual(s) or family(ies) concerned. MBIS will review on an annual basis its Admissions Policy to ensure alignment and coherency with the school’s Guiding Statements, and reserves the right to modify the policy, as appropriate. Subject to internal governing bylaws, all modifications will be subject to review and approval by the MBIS Board of Directors and Trustees. The latest version of the Admissions Policy should be made available on the school website or through internal electronic archives.

MBIS adheres to Japanese best practice legislation and General Data Protection Regulation as it regards the protection of personal information. Through written request, a family or student may request removal of personal details from the school database or revoke photo permissions previously accorded during the registration process. All members, prospective or current, are encouraged to read our Privacy Policy on our website, and to contact the school with any questions or concerns about how MBIS processes and protects personal data.