Since the program’s inception in July 2011...
- TVS students and faculty have connected with people from 70 countries/territories and on all seven continents
- More than 240 TVS students and faculty have home-hosted 230+ guests from
- More than 100 students and faculty have traveled on TVS-led trips to
- Since 2011, all K-8 grades and many Upper School classes and clubs have completed virtual learning exchanges (via blogs, video exchanges, or/and live chats) with more than 800 students and adults in
Since July 2011...
- 30+ International Assistant Teachers and Student Researchers
- At our annual all-school Multicultural Fairs, dozens of TVS families have represented over 50 countries/territories from all seven continents, with hundreds of families in attendance each year.
- More than 30 TVS faculty and staff traveled with students or for professional development to
- We have introduced new courses
Our Global Partner Schools/Universities with which we have conducted a number of--often annual--exchanges include Auguste Viktoria Gymnasium (Trier, Germany), Buena Tierra Colegio (Metepec, Mexico), Beijing High School No. 4 (China), Chiba Language School (Pingtung, Taiwan), Colegio CEMEP (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic), English Bicknor Primary School (Coleford, England), Hirokami Higashi Elementary School (Uonuma, Japan), Kaiwen Academy (Beijing, China), Oojima Elementary School (Nagaoka, Japan), Saint-Stanislas (Nîmes, France), St. George’s School for Girls (Edinburgh, Scotland), Tec de Monterrey High School (Toluca/Metepec, Mexico), UC SYD (Esbjerg & Haderslev, Denmark), University College Leuven/Limburg (Belgium), University of Gothenburg (Sweden), VIA University College (Aarhus & Silkeborg, Denmark), Victoriaskola (Gothenburg, Sweden), Whitsunday Anglican School (Mackay, Australia), Yamamoto Jr. High School (Nagaoka, Japan), Yoita Elementary School (Nagaoka, Japan), Zurich University of Teacher Education (Zürich, Switzerland)