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How FASP Prepared Us for High School Success: Alumni Speak Out

As graduates reminisce about their time in middle school, many credit their alma mater for laying a solid foundation for success in high school.

We caught up with several FASP alumni (Christian Hinrichs and Hannah Ploss of Princeton High School as well as Vanessa Kudelya and Gabriel Mikhno of West Windsor Plainsboro High School South) who shared their insights on how their middle school experience at FASP paved the way for a smooth transition to the challenges of high school. Read what they said below:

Spotlight Stories: Akshay Duggal, FASP Class of '17

We had a wonderful opportunity to catch up with Akshay and talk about his current studies and work in Veterinary Medicine. Akshay remembers his FASP years with fondness and discusses the many advantages of his former education.

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself before we go down memory lane?

Yes, of course. My name is Akshay. I am a student at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. I was born in Toronto, Canada where I lived until my family and I moved to Princeton at the when I was 10 years old. When I’m not at school, I love playing with my dog, Hudson, cycling, cooking, and watching sports. 

Spotlight Stories: Alexandre Cartier, FASP Class of '15

Alexandre took some time to talk with us about his current life and to share memories from his FASP years and the foundational impact of his bilingual education.

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself before we go down memory lane?

My name is Alexandre Cartier. I am originally from France, but I had the opportunity to come to the United States at the start of 6th grade and spent 7 years there until the end of high school. I spent 3 years at FASP, a school that helped me transition not only from France to the US but also to an international way of thinking because of the people I met.

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