Welcome to Athletes Without Borders!

Athletes Without Border's After School Program with the William Monroe Trotter Elementary School will begin in November 2017. This program is a 4-day a week program (Monday-Thursday), which will offer our blended Sports and S.T.E.A.M. curriculum that will include Introductory Coding Courses, via Tynker, beginner level fencing lessons taught by the world renown fencing instructors at the International Fencing Club and an introductory music arts and theater lessons.    

If you have any additional questions for us, or if you are interested in signing up for our After School Program, please contact us directly via email at info@awborders.org (reference the Trotter After School Program in your subject line).  You can also provide us with your contact information on this page (below) and we'll reach out to you.In addition to our Sports and S.T.E.A.M. Programs, by the end of the year, we are looking to kickoff an Introductory Music Arts and Theater Program.  If you and your child would be interested in participating in this program, please let us know.  



About Tynker

In today’s digital world, coding is a fundamental skill alongside math and reading, but too few kids have the opportunity to learn to program because it is rarely taught in school.

Tynker is a complete learning system that teaches kids to code. Kids begin experimenting with visual blocks, then progress to JavaScript and Python as they design games, build apps, and make incredible projects.

Visit their website: http://www.tynker.com

about the International Fencing Club

As a member of the Unites States Fencing Association (USFA), the International Fencing Club (IFC) is one of the premier fencing clubs in New England. The mission of IFC is to provide students with the highest quality fencing instruction available, in a safe, well-supervised, and positive learning environment. Our coaching staff is hand-picked and is required to be USFA certified. Coaches are trained to provide individualized lesson plans for students of varying competence. Individual attention is a key feature of each lesson. The IFC prides itself on maintaining a close community atmosphere for all its students and their families.

Take a look at International Fencing Student, Jessica Morales, as she wins gold in Columbia in two different categories (Individual and Teams).

International Fencing Club

about Head Instructor: Cesar morales

Cesar grew up in Cuba, where he fenced foil for 11 years. A 1991 graduate of Cuba’s School for Physical Education Teachers Simon Bolivar, with a degree in Physical Education, Cesar has been coaching since 1997. He was the Head Fencing Coach with the Boston Fencing Club until 2010. Cesar works with students of all ages and levels and regularly travels to competitions to provide coaching. From 1997 to 2002 Cesar was assistant fencing coach at Brandeis University, and was named Coach of the Year three years in a row. In addition to coaching, Cesar teaches physical education at four schools in the Boston area, at the Dana Farber Institute, and at the Carroll Center for the Blind.

Cesar’s fencing students have gone on to fence for colleges such as Brown, Tufts, Brandeis, Harvard, Princeton, Haverford, Vassar, University of Massachusetts and the US Military Academy at West Point.

Visit Website Here: http://www.internationalfencingclub.com