The American School in Japan is committed to ensuring that all students are safeguarded and protected from all forms of violence, abuse, exploitation, and neglect.
For security reasons, we require that all visitors pre-register before coming to campus. Please see the relevant section below for further details on how to make an appointment. Please note that guests who don’t pre-register, may not be allowed on campus.
The American School in Japan is committed to ensuring that all students are safeguarded and protected from all forms of violence, abuse, exploitation, and neglect. All visitors must adhere to our student safeguarding policies.
Read the ASIJ Safeguarding Policies
Please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to check on availability of individual family campus tours. These tours are only offered on a limited basis due to the current pandemic. Strict safety measures are required such as temperature checks at the entrance and masks at all times.
You may also view additional Admissions Visit and Open House information on the Admissions Page.
ASIJ welcomes visits from college reps and in a typical year our students meet over 200 college admission officers.
Some come as individuals, others in small groups, and others as a part of a CIS or Linden fair. Many come each year to be part of the Kanto Plain College fair. More detailed information can be found on our high school counseling website.
Please use RepVisits to schedule your visit. If you do not use RepVisits, please contact Sheri Neal the high school counselor who coordinates our college visits.
Please contact the member of staff you wish to meet ahead of time to schedule your appointment.
When taking photos of children on campus please be respectful and ensure that photos are appropriate and used in a responsible way. Please avoid taking photos of other people’s children in a one-on-one setting where others are not present. When sharing photos on social media, be mindful of what you are sharing. If the photo features someone else’s child, consider whether they will approve of your post. Consider cultural, religious, and other beliefs, as well as how other people may view the photo/video you take. Official school photographers from ASIJ or visiting schools often take photos at events on campus. These photos may appear in publications, on social media and in marketing materials produced by ASIJ or a visiting school.