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With the help of FRISBE, United States tax-payers may now make donations to The Neuchâtel Junior College Fund with the added benefit of a tax receipt recognized by the Internal Revenue Service.
The NJC Fund is a registered Canadian charity and as such, it is able to issue Canadian tax receipts.  If you would prefer to make a donation in US funds and receive an American tax receipt, please follow these 3 simple steps:

  1. Complete a FRISBE Donor Form and indicate that your that your donation should be directed to Neuchâtel Junior College.

  2. Make out a cheque in US funds payable to  “Friends of Independent Schools and Better Education.”

  3. Send a completed FRISBE Donor Form and cheque to:
Friends of Independent Schools & Better Education (FRISBE)
117 E. Louisa Street, #533
Seattle, WA U.S.A.
FRISBE (Friends of Independent Schools and Better Education) is a tax-exempt U.S. non-profit organization whose purpose is to “promote and encourage educational institutions that emphasize scholarship, sportsmanship, moral character and individual responsibility and initiative."
Directing a donation to NJC through FRISBE will not only provide you with an American tax receipt but also allows you to direct your gift in whichever way you choose.  Simply indicate which area of need that you would like to support on your completed FRISBE donor form (NJC scholarships, bursaries, the Head of School’s Fund, our Endowment or Campus Improvements and Infrastructure projects).
For more information about Friends of Independent Schools and Better Education, please see FRISBE’s Mission Statement below.  Alternatively, you can contact FRISBE directly by emailing or contacting NJC’s Advancement department at

Neuchâtel Junior College offers the unique opportunity to study Canadian curriculum abroad. While living in Switzerland in a French community, students enjoy an international education through travel and experiential learning in Europe. Gap year and Grade 12  high school students gain international experience and develop independence and life skills that prepare them for university and the global workplace.

A Canadian high school in Switzerland | Grade 12 & Gap