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FASP Dual-Language Program

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Your child has the innate ability to learn multiple languages. The French American School of Princeton provides the immersive, supportive learning experience necessary for children to develop that remarkable ability.

Our bilingual, multicultural program is a well-balanced combination of French and American teaching methods, which encourage self-confidence, creativity, collaboration, and mutual respect.

The cross-language transfer of skills takes place gradually to ensure a proper command of both languages.

Our challenging dual-language curriculum develops curiosity and a love of learning, ensuring graduates speak fluently in both languages, become independent thinkers, and adapt easily to wherever the world takes them.

FASP welcomes students 30 months old through Eighth Grade. 

  • Students joining FASP in Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten do not need to have any prior knowledge of French.
  • Students joining in Grades 1 to 3 who are native English language speakers at home benefit from additional support in French, provided by our experienced faculty. It enables the students to acquire the vocabulary, reading, and communication skills necessary to thrive in a bilingual environment.
  • Students joining FASP in Grade 4 through 8 must demonstrate French Language proficiency and take part in an academic assessment prior to admission. 

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YOU WILL BE THRILLED BY WHAT YOUR CHILD CAN DO AND ACHIEVE AT FASP.

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