Marist Brothers International School

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Marist Brothers International School (MBIS), formerly known as the Marist Brothers School, was founded by Brother Charles Fojoucyk and Brother Stephan Weber, in 1951.  The school has a rich and interesting history; one which can be traced back well before its doors first opened.

The earliest recorded notion of a Marist Brothers school in Kobe comes from 1937.  Father Unterwald, of Kobe’s Sacred Heart Church, visited Marist Brothers working in Shanghai and discussed the possibility of opening a school in Kobe.  The idea was closely considered by the Marist Provincial, but, at that time, there simply weren’t enough Brothers available to seriously consider such a bold new venture.  The same year saw the outbreak of the Second Sino-Japanese War between China and Japan, which would have ended any further planning. Nevertheless, in a strange twist of fate, it was this world changing political and social conflict, along with the coming Pacific War, that would eventually lead the Brothers to Japan.  Little over a decade later, Brother Charles and Brother Stephan would find themselves in Kobe, looking for a new beginning.

1 Chome-2-1 Chimoricho, Suma Ward, Kobe, Hyogo 654-0072, Japan Get Direction
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EDUCATION LEVEL :  NurseryPre-SchoolPrimarySecondary


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