Are You Wanting to Bring The World To Your Classroom?
Bring the World to your Classroom with AFS-USA!Derek Schulz, a teacher in Whitefish, MT, talks about his experience with AFS Exchange Student Muhammad Nadeem from Pakistan.
US Department of Education’s international strategy, and are designed to achieve four educational goals:
View our free lesson plans and digital resources for teaching Global Competency in your classroom, by clicking on the image to the right or this subject heading!
Local Area High SchoolsThe Greater Cleveland Area Team is proud to share the local high schools below, are hosting AFS exchange students for the 2016 - 2017 academic year.
|East Side||West Side|
|Charles F. Brush High School||Avon High School||Midview High School|
|Cleveland Heights High School||Avon Lake High School||North Olmsted High School|
|Kenston High School||Bay Village High School||Oberlin High School|
|Solon High School||Berea-Midpark High School||Olmsted Falls High School|
|Cloverleaf High School||Rocky River High School|
|Fairview Park High School||Strongsville High School|
|Lakewood High School|
AFS Greater Cleveland 2006 - 2016
If you are interested in hosting a student at your school, please contact our respective Hosting Coordinator to learn more.
East Side West Side
Carla Bailey Nancy Goette
Find resources to assist you in fostering global citizenship with your students, both inside and outside the classroom—especially the Teachers Can “Go Global” flyer in this packet.
Please click on the image to the right, or this section heading, to open a new browser window containing your Educator's Packet.
Learn more about helping your students become agents of positive change in the world at www.afsusa.org/educators, or simply click on the image to the right.
Or, complete an online Join our Community Interest Form and a local AFS volunteer will contact you to answer any questions.