GIIS History

Our campus commenced its operations in August 2006 with state of art facilities and new age teaching methodologies that are imparting NextGen education on students to make them ready for the challenges of the 21st century.


GIIS Tokyo is in a very calm and peaceful residential area very conducive for families and students. The junior school campus is located at Nishikasai and the senior school campus is located at Higashikasai.

Well-connected to the city, the campus makes it convenient for students to commute to and from the premises through different modes of transport.

What differentiates GIIS from other international schools in japan, is that our pedagogy aims to cater to the demands of the time, as well as aspirations of the parents who may wish to see their wards get a solid education being in an area which is also known as 'Little India'.

GIIS Tokyo School Building


Global Indian International School Tokyo campus is a part of a family that has a pronounced footprint in the education sector since 2002, and a profound impact on the way new-age learning in imparted.

GIIS was founded in 2002 in Singapore with just 48 students, and over the years has grown to span across seven countries in Asia through more than 21 campuses. Besides Singapore; Malaysia, Japan, Thailand, UAE, Vietnam and India host our schools, making GIIS a leading international school to Indian and international curricula to students from diverse backgrounds.

GIIS History 2010


First campus in Middle East opens in Dubai. The move makes GSF a global group and management fine tunes internal processes in order to maintain quality and professionalism across its schools.

GIIS History 2008


GSF opens a 3rd Singapore campus and expands into Vietnam and Malaysia. It continues to expand its presence in India to meet the rising demand for private schools. These schools provide an avenue for returning expatriates to more easily transfer their children from an overseas GIIS school to an Indian one.

GIIS History 2015


Acquires One World International School, a premium pre-school and primary education focused international school.

Developed new owned school in Abu Dhabi.

GIIS History 2016-17


Consolidation of two smaller Singapore campuses into the new state-of-the-art Punggol campus with capacity expansion.

Further expansion overseas with the planned opening of campuses in the Middle East and India.

GIIS History 2007


GSF continues its Asian expansion with the opening of a new campus in Thailand and its first campus in India. These new campuses mark a milestone in Global School’s history where it expanded via local partners through joint ventures or franchise.

GIIS History - 2011


GSF continues to expand in India. The endorsement by IFC affirms GSF’s growing brand and reputation as an international school.

GIIS History - 2002


GSF opens its first campus in Mount Sophia, Singapore with 48 students.

Founder Atul Temurnikar saw the need for an Indian school that allowed Indian children to continue studying in a similar system to India.

GIIS History 2006


After 4 years, GSF opens 2 new campuses in Malaysia and Japan and a 2nd campus in Singapore. The overseas expansion was part of the group’s plans to serve the needs of overseas Indians working in Asia.

Educational Philosophy

Our steady focus has been on providing high-quality, values-based education to students at a moderate price. In an effort to continuously better our processes, we have embraced the ideology of 'Schools that Learn' which automatically makes every member of our community an equal partner in the process of learning.

Through academic, skills-based and values-focused knowledge that we impart on our students, we aim to nurture and mould them into global citizens who are capable of taking up any challenge thrown at them.

Ample opportunities are provided through proper academic exposure, practical demonstrations, as well as mentorship and guidance to cultivate the spirit of entrepreneurship, leadership and teamwork among students, empowering them to take an active role in their own progress and be joyful, lifelong learners.