Preparing Boys for Life

Global Exchange Programs

Our inter-school and international partnerships provide numerous opportunities for virtual classroom collaboration at all grade levels from pre-kindergarten to Form VI through travel and video-conferencing.

In the upper grade levels, these international collaborations result in short-term exchange programs that afford our students the opportunity to directly interact with their international peers. During the reciprocal exchanges, the students attend the partner school and live with the local families.

Examples of global exchange partner schools include:

  • Ordrup Gymnasium – Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Colegio Americano - Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • Student Global Leadership Institute
  • Christ Church Grammar School – Perth, Australia (Former program)
  • Welham Boys’ School – Dehradun, India (Former program)
 
Ordrup Gymnasium - Copenhagen, Denmark

Our Danish programs began in 2010 with a musical exchange and has evolved into individual exchanges for all students as well as the musicians.  A partnership with The Baldwin School and Ordrup Gymnasium in Copenhagen, Denmark, each school reciprocates in hosting students for a weeklong visit each year. The Upper School students engage in class observations, global citizenship seminars, and collaborative projects.

The Haverford School Denmark Trip

 
Colegio Americano - Guayaquil, Ecuador

Colegio Americano is located in Guayaquil, Ecuador. An annual exchange program, done in collaboration with our sister school Agnes Irwin, was established in 2016. During the trip, students live with Ecuadorian host families and participate in bilingual classes.

Ecuador global exchange

 

Student Global Leadership Institute

Headquartered at Punahou School in Honolulu, the Student Global Leadership Institute (SGLI) is an annual educational initiative comprised of top independent schools from around the globe. The purpose of the SGLI is to develop a community of international youth leaders who understand and are engaged in shared global challenges, and who galvanize positive social change. Learn more >