Volunteer At School

Our own school environment provides several opportunities for students of all ages to volunteer. Here is a short sample of some of the service learning or community engagement activities that are taking place in the school: 
  • PTO Community Outreach, a parent committee that is involved in helping our community
  • Assisting in Elementary or Special Education classrooms
  • High School Tutors are available to tutor younger children
  • CAS students help the PTO with the organization of the annual International Festival
  • Grade 4 students every year set up their own "Agents of Change" service projects
  • Middle School students participate in the Roots & Shoots or Fair Trade clubs
  • High School students participate in a variety of awareness raising clubs, including MSF (Doctors without Borders), SAFE (Students Alliance For Equality), Human Writes, etc.
  • Students of all ages volunteer in the school garden
  • Grade 3 students organize several campus clean ups throughout the school year
  • High School students work as volunteers at the after school Croco Club
  • High School students organize a school wide collection of toys and school supplies called Operation Shoebox (part of Edukans, a national Dutch initiative)
​For the most up-to-date information about service activities at ASH, please check the Action at ASH Facebook page.
University preparatory program for ages 3-18. Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges - Commission on International Education (NEASC-CIE), following the personalized ACE Learning pathway of NEASC-CIE.