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High School Re-Entry Workshop

Each August, FSYF hosts a High School Re-Entry Program aimed at teens entering grades 9 through 12.  This program is designed for high school students in the foreign affairs community who are returning from abroad, moving to the U.S. for the first time, or still struggling with re-entry issues after an earlier move.

This interactive program, featuring a panel of experienced Foreign Service teens, encourages students to identify and address their questions and concerns about teen social culture and high school life in the DC area while developing a support network of peers. For the past two year, this session has been facilitated by Jessica Muse of Modern Muse Education, who grew up as an FS youth. 

For the past three years, FSYF has also offered an optional High School    Re-entry Program for parents which will run concurrently with the teen program.  Parents who register their teen for the High School Re-Entry program are eligible to attend this parent program.  Parents are not required to attend this session, but many find it helpful.

This program will feature the latest literature and research on Third Culture Kids (TCKs), and the challenges they may face adjusting to life in their home country.  Parents will also have an opportunity to ask questions and receive answers from local Foreign Service parents, teachers, and counselors.

FSYF Board member and Foreign Service youth advocate, Kim DeBlauw will facilitate this program.

 Foreign Service Youth Foundation (FSYF)

PO Box 50663   Arlington, VA   22205


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