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.

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

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

School Calendar

School Year 2022-2023

September 5    Term 1 begins

September 30  Field Trip (Elementary School)

October 11-14   International Festival

October 27-28  Parent-Teacher Conference

October 31 - November 4 Mid-Term Break

December 5-9   Term 1 Exams

December 16     Term 1 Ends

December 19-23 Winter School

December 26-January 9 Winter Break


January 10        Term 2 begins

February 8-10   Ski Trip (Middle School and High School)

February 20-24 Mid-Term Break

March 13-17       Term 2 Exams

March 27-31       Spring School

April 3-7              Spring Break


April 10                Term 3 begins

May 1-5                Golden Week Break

June 2                   Kindergarten Field Trip

June 21-23           Camping Trip (Elementary School, Middle School, and High School)

July 10-14             Term 3 Exams

July 21                   Term 3 ends

July 22                   Graduation Ceremony

July 24-28             Summer Break



  • MIST 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, MIST 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 MIST lights up the path and leads me closer to my ambition.

    Mayu O., Y11
  • MIST parent
    My son will attend a US university in the fall and was accepted in their Business Honors Program and Honors College.
    Taking the challenging Cambridge AS & A Level subjects such as Math, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, teacher's recommendation letter and essays which were proofread by his English teacher were integral in his acceptance. Depending on the A Level Exam results, the university will award up to 1 year college credit so he can graduate in 3 years.
    US universities are very expensive and we're fortunate that my son received 2 merit based scholarships which will cover the majority of the cost. Merit based scholarships are based on grades during high school and more weight is placed on the challenging AS & A levels subjects where GPA is recalculated as well as the SAT.
    My son has attended MIST since he was 5 years old and we're grateful that he received a Cambridge International curriculum that is highly regarded not just in the US including the Ivy League schools but also all over the world. We're grateful to the teachers and management for their support and guidance and making it such a tight knit community where students enjoy going to school.

    Toru I.