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Clubs Rochambeau
 - After School Activities (non competitive) :

" Club Rochambeau " allows you to participate and discover many activities such as: judo, football, dance, circus art and others. For more information, click on: CLUB ROCHAMBEAU

Rochambeau Team:

Many students are engaged in our teams: Rugby, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball and Swimming and proudly defend the colors of Rochambeau!

The objectives are:

  • to give the sense of responsibility and commitment,
  • to develop a sense of belonging
  • to participate in various local competitions.
Our Teams :

Soccer High School Teams

 Report of the fall season is coming soon.

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Soccer MSI - Montgomery soccer Inc 


  • 2rd grade - Ce1 : John Loy
  • 3rd grade- Ce2 :  Baudouin Dessart
  • 6th grade- 6e Filles : Omar Zerbo
  • 7th grade- 5e Filles : Pierre Cayatte
  • 8th grade- 4e Filles : Simon Cho
  • U10 - Cm1 : Baudouin Dessart
  • U11 - Cm2 :  Ivan Dokic
  • U12 - 6e : Pedja Radosevic
  • U13 - 5e : Ivan Dokic
  • U14 -4e : Ivan Dokic
  • U15 - 3e : Pedja Radosevic
  • U16 - 2de : Pedja Radosevic
  • U17-19 - 1re.Tles : Omar Zerbo

 Report of the fall season is coming soon.

Volley Ball Team

 Report of the fall season is coming soon.

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Coach : M. Hugues Leblanc

Calendar and photos are coming soon.

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Calendar and photos are coming soon.

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 Basket Ball

 Matches and Meets (click on each team to see their calendar):




A very good track record for the 2 Middle School teams!

A reminder that this is the first year in competition for our MS Girls and it is the first year also that our MS Boys are in the final. BRAVO to them and their Coach Omar Zerbo!

Come cheer them on Tuesday February 13 at 5pm for girls and 6:30 pm for boys at Lab School: 4759 Reservoir Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007.

With 11 wins and only one loss, our Varsity Boys team is this year Champion of their league again. Congratulations!

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EPS (Physical Education)

Physical  education is a subject of its own in the French program.
In kindergarten, physical activities help the discovery of one's body and acquire skills in other areas: living together, language, mathematics. It is an opportunity to exchange in both languages through pre-sports games.
At elementary school, physical  education is more concerned with the development of motor skills than sport performance. Through this activity, students exercise their motor skills, they discover the possibilities of their bodies, they learn to stay healthy and safe. They also develop social skills: respect for the rules, respect for oneself and for others.
At the secondary level, physical  education is mandatory from the 6th (6th grade) [4h / week] to the Terminale (12th Grade) [2h / week]. The objectives are:
  • To develop and enrich your motor skills.
  • To educate in the health and management of physical and social life.
  • To access to the heritage of physical and sports culture.

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Maternelle • Preschool
7108 Bradley Blvd Bethesda, MD 20817
3200 Woodbine St Chevy Chase, MD 20815
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Elementary • Secondary • Administrative Offices
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