Yesterday evening, St. John’s hosted an expert panel on “International trade in a changing world – How will a rise in nationalism, Brexit and Trump presidence affect global trade. The panelists included representatives from the European Union, Amcham, Price Waterhouse Coopers and European Services Forum. The panel was moderated by a journalist of Wallonia’s biggest broadcaster, RTBF. The panel focused on questions such as : What impact will Brexit have on international trade? What is the role of the European Union on international trade? What do the Trump policies mean for international trade? Can protectionism be successful? The panelists provided valuable … Continue reading St. John’s hosts expert panel on international trade
Relay For Life is a festive event for all ages that focuses on solidarity and fund-raising for the fight against cancer. Over 24 hours, the community members mobilise themselves in order to: – Celebrate and pay tribute to people that … Continue reading Participate in Relay for Life on June 17-18
The American Overseas Memorial Day Association Belgium (AOMDA) has selected St. John’s Grade 10 student Daniel to speak at this year’s Memorial Day Ceremony at the Flanders Field American Cemetery. This ceremony brings together Americans, Belgians, and others to remember the … Continue reading St. John’s student to read at Memorial Day ceremony
I am Camille, a student in grade 10, and I have been growing my hair for about eight months now to give it to a charity (Think Pink – Coupe d’éclat) that then sells it to a wig maker that … Continue reading Donate hair to help people fighting cancer
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the back gate, just after school begins, you may notice some people dressed for running. Rain or shine, snow or wind, whatever crazy weather Belgium throws our way, we are out running! We are the … Continue reading Meet the St. John’s Running Group!
St. John’s Grade 11 student Matthieu has been spending the week at IE University in Madrid as one of only 16 students selected from around the world, out of more than 300 applications, to be part of the IE Junior … Continue reading Grade 11 student selected for Advisory Board position
Our grade 12 students are enjoying their last day of classes today. They will now focus on their final exams. The graduation ceremony for the class of 2017 takes place on June 10, with St. John’s alumna and Founder of … Continue reading Last day of classes for 12th grade students