Why Support ASB

ASB is a non-profit, private-independent day school that receives no funding from any government, corporations, or other organizations. Our community’s philanthropic generosity allows ASB to maintain a high standard of excellence and contributes to a multitude of projects that provide our students with the best educational experience possible. This generosity, both in time and money, from volunteers, alumni, parents, teachers, and community members, has helped shape ASB into the school it is today.

Our vision remains at the forefront of everything we do at ASB: we seek to continuously improve through innovation. Our aim is to be recognized as a leading international school in Europe, empowering students to lead with integrity, and with open minds to transform the world.

A Commitment to the Future

We have a vision for the future. We want to build on our strengths, enhance the student experience, extend our programs, and create the best environment for our students and teachers to excel. ASB manages a balanced budget, meaning tuition, fees, and loans fund our day-to-day operational expenses and building projects. Like other top international schools worldwide, support from our community enables us to offer our students additional resources, new avenues for growth, new levels of educational excellence, and a level of support that tuition revenue alone will not provide.

Thank you for your support

Lynx Athletics Center

A development project for a new Lynx Athletics Center to support our physical education and afterschool sports programs for students began in the Fall of 2021. By the Spring of 2022, more than €300,000 had been raised from a small group of ASB parents. We are extremely grateful for these early commitments that enabled us to fast-track our plans and open the Lynx Athletics Center with an official inauguration ceremony in October 2022.

Lluís Lleó Keystone

We unveiled a unique Keystone gift from former parent and renowned artist Lluís Lleó on October 6, 2022, during a celebratory community toast to the 60th anniversary of the school. Similar to his other works in Central Park, NYC, and on Diagonal in front of the Pedralbes Palace in Barcelona, Lleó, who personally finished the piece in front of high school visual arts students and art faculty on campus, spoke of the warmth of the school community, and the support his family received, especially his two children, Allegra and Noah. Lleó dedicated this unique piece in appreciation for his children's education and hopes it will encourage other parents to give back to the school when they leave. 

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