Whilst the school enjoys the collaboration and support of many organizations and groups around the world, there are three partnerships that stretch back over several decades. Information about these local community groups is regularly published via the Weekly Newsflash.
Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts
Cub Scouts is for boys in Grades 1 to 5 (ages 7 – 11). It includes Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts. Cub Scouting is a family and community centered approach to learning citizenship, compassion and courage through service projects, games and other activities promoting character development and physical fitness.
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Girl Scouts is open to girls from Kindergarten up. Daisies for Grades K and 1; Brownies for Grades 2 and 3; Juniors for Grades 4 and 5; Cadettes for Grades 6 to 8.
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Boy Scouts is open to boys in Grades 6 to 12 (ages 11 – 18). Boy Scouts, with the Scout Oath and Scout Law as guides, and the support of parents and religious and neighborhood organizations, develop an awareness and appreciation of their role in their community and become well-rounded young men through the advancement of the program. Scouts progress in rank through achievements, gain additional knowledge and responsibilities, and earn merit badges that introduce a lifelong hobby or rewarding career.
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Brussels Sports Association (BSA)
For over 50 years, the Brussels Sports Association (BSA) has been providing recreational sports for children in Brussels. As a volunteer organization, BSA promotes fair play, skills development and fun for children and their families. BSA offers four sports for boys and girls: Baseball, Soccer, Basketball and Lacrosse. In general, the children's ages range from 4 years old to 12 years old. The BSA brings together a community of over 45 schools and 900 families in the Brussels area to participate in team sports.
Brussels Sports Association (BSA) website
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The American Women’s Club of Brussels
The American Women's Club of Brussels, an asbl/vzw non-profit organization, was founded in 1949 by 36 American women residents in Belgium. Since then, the Club has grown to a membership which exceeded 1,000 in past years. The AWCB is also one of the few American women's clubs overseas to own its own Clubhouse, complete with library, English language DVDs, gift boutique, and café, to name a few. The Club’s primary objectives have remained the same throughout the years: to organize a center for philanthropic, social and cultural activities for its members, to engage in welfare and cultural activities which will contribute to closer Belgo-American understanding, and to foster fellowship for the American women resident in Brussels and environs.