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Featured Chapters (Former and Current)

Shu-Zen Junior College

Shu-Zen Junior College of Medicine and Management is operated within Kaohsiung, Taiwan. This highly prestigious institute’s English department is working alongside BTD to help Taiwanese students learn English by communicating with Anglophone BTD chapters.

Seaquam Secondary

Seaquam Secondary is a public high school serving in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. The BTD branch at Seaquam raised funds for BTD by bringing NBA player Satnam Singh to the school.

East Three Secondary

East Three Secondary School is operated within Beaufort-Delta, Inuvik, Northwest Territories. The BTD branch at East Three high held group calls with students from Seaquam and learned about life outside of their home.

Tamanawis Secondary School

Tamanawis Secondary is a public secondary school in Surrey, British Columbia. It is the first BTD branch in Surrey and the members are working on connecting with people in and out of their own backyard.

Earl Marriott Secondary School

Earl Marriott Secondary (EMS) is a public high school in the Vancouver suburb of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. The BTD branch is a young and passionate group who are looking to further help create change in the world.

Sands Secondary

Sands Secondary is a public high school in Delta, British Columbia. Break The Divide is very excited to add Sands to our network to create change with the help of youth throughout the country.

Prince of Wales Secondary

Prince of Wales Secondary (EMS) is a public high school in the Vancouver British Columbia, Canada.

Princess Margaret Secondary

Princess Margaret Secondary is a public high school in Surrey, British Columbia and is part of School District 36 Surrey.

Cedar House

Cedar House is a small, co-educational school that is based in Cape Town, South Africa. This young and passionate chapter is working to raise awareness about important issues such as the ongoing water crisis in their community.