In North America, the network of French-American schools includes more than 40 accredited institutions, in addition to a few more schools in the process of being accredited. There is usually one French-American school in most big cities across the United States and Canada. French American Schools in North America
All grades from Preschool to 5th Grade are accredited by the French Ministry of Education. The network of French schools abroad is one of a kind: 336,000 students attend the 494 schools established in 136 countries. Accredited by the French Ministry of Education, all these schools offer an educational program that meets the curriculum and teaching standards of the public school system in France. All relevant information concerning French schools abroad may be found on the website of the Agency for French Teaching Abroad (AEFE)
Our school is accredited by the Middle States Association on Elementary Schools (MSA-CES). The purpose of this organization is to ensure excellence in education by holding schools accountable to rigorous standards and a process of continuous improvement
Member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). NAIS is a nonprofit membership association that provides services to more than 1,700 schools and associations of schools in the United States and abroad, including 1,400 independent private K-12 schools in the U.S.
Member of the French International Schools in North America (FISNA). FISNA is a membership organization of elementary and secondary schools in the United States and Canada, all of which are accredited by the French Ministry of National Education. The official French curriculum taught in these schools is enriched by aspects of North American culture and educational practice, and by the mastery of English as it is spoken in the United States and Canada.
Member of the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools (NJAIS). NJAIS is a non-profit and voluntary membership association whose mission is to foster the educational, ethical, and professional excellence of its member schools, while safeguarding their independence