King Arthur had congregated with his knights at the round table in the castle, Camelot. There is no head at this round table, suggesting how everyone has an equal status.
At Camelot International School, we emphasize the importance of treating each other equally and fairly. Regardless of gender, ethnicity, roles, religion, or age, the students and teachers are all here to learn and achieve goals together with respect.
We are unsatisfied with the current state of the world. Our students and teachers are dedicated to imagining and creating new possibilities for a better future - a future in which all people have access to quality education. The options for internationally-minded parents in Japan are currently limited to prohibitively expensive international schools, or 'International Programmes' at Japanese schools.
At Camelot, we aim to provide a third option. Camelot students and teachers are a community shaped by the pursuit of truth, respect, and compassion while providing outstanding preparation for higher learning and for life, underpinned with the aim to provide this opportunity to everyone regardless of their social or economic status.
We put all of our effort to nurture our students to become confident, kind, and independent individuals.
By the time students graduate from our school, we hope for them to be proud and confident about themselves. In order to achieve this, we believe it is important to provide the environment and opportunity to understand as much about themselves.
No matter how smart the student is, or how well they can perform academically in school, we believe that being kind to yourself and others is much more important as an individual. At Camelot, we do not only praise the academic success of students but also value and emphasize the importance of being kind and empathetic.
We believe that being able to think and make decisions independently is crucial in society. We aim to make Camelot a place that allows students to be independent. Instead of making decisions based on what others think or do, we encourage students to think and act independently based on what they believe is just.