The Kyoto International School (KIS) Festival is being held this
Sunday May 27th, from 10am to 3pm.
Everyone is welcome and we’ll have lots of yummy international food
stalls, great entertainment and a splendid flea market. The school is
located a stone’s throw from the junction of Horikawa and
On a related note, anyone with even the slightest interest in
international education for their children please feel free to contact
Duncan Flett (firstname.lastname@example.org) or check out
www.kyotointernationalschool.org to find out more about how KIS can
prepare your children for the future. There will be plenty of teachers
and parents at the KIS Festival this Sunday should you wish to come
along and discover more about KIS.
We have a number of scholarships and tuition assistance programs in
place, feel free to ask Duncan Flett for more details.
Thank you, Duncan! And if you read the fine print on the flyer above, you may notice that a portion of the profits from the School Festival will be donated to aid Japanese disaster victims.