Draw for Employees
Within the large, culturally-rich and vibrant city of Tokyo lies BSCIS, which is in itself is a community of its own. New teachers joining BSCIS are welcomed with open arms from staff and students, and will immediately notice the collegial school environment.
What draws teachers to BSCIS and keeps them in Tokyo are the career opportunities and school community. BSCIS’ teachers are able to teach a variety of subjects in smaller classes and collaborate with a talented team of educators and school administrators. Teachers stay because of the students, the diversity of senior courses available, the professional support offered by the school, the sense of community, and the leadership opportunities available.
The school’s administrative team is committed to supporting and welcoming new teachers by offering resources and opportunities to help them begin and enhance their careers. The administrative team is committed to collaborative leadership, on-going professional development, and mentoring.
Most BC school districts recognize and credit “Years of Experience” as you teach the BC curriculum in an accredited BC Offshore School. BC school districts appreciate the invaluable classroom experience and relevant employment experiences at an international level.
While teaching at BSCIS, you will get to experience a range of recreational and cultural activities like cycling, hiking, skiing, arts and crafts, and of course, numerous sightseeing trips to famous historical and modern attractions. With accommodation costs covered, there are many ways you can save money while fully immersing yourself and experiencing Japan’s culture.