Come see our students’ artwork on display at the Princeton Public Library on Witherspoon Street in downtown Princeton (on the 3rd floor - children). Art pieces shown were made by our Preschool to Kindergarten students (3 to 5 years old). Our school will be featured until the end of the month of February, so please stop by to see their piece of work.
The exhibit is amazing, and we are very proud of our students!
Venez admirer les œuvres d’art de nos élèves qui sont affichées à la bibliothèque municipale de Princeton, au centre ville, rue Witherspoon (au 3ème étage - rayon enfant). Les œuvres exposées ont été réalisées par nos élèves de PS à GS de Maternelle (3 à 5 ans). Notre école sera ainsi présentée jusqu’à la fin du mois de Février, n’hésitez pas à passer voir leur travail.
L'exposition est sensationnelle et nous sommes très fiers de nos élèves!
Join us for our upcoming Open House on Saturday January 25th, 2014 at 11am and learn about the French American School of Princeton and its dual-language program
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We enrolled our two daughters in FASP when our oldest was four (pre-K) and our youngest was three (preschool).
My husband’s native language was French but both had minimal French speaking ability when they started.
It has been a source of great joy to see their French flourish.
At the end of her first year at FASP, our oldest daughter introduced their school play in French – which took us completely by surprised.
We both felt quite emotional about seeing our baby up on stage speaking French.
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