How to Apply
Now accepting 2023-24 applications
For mid-year arrival, applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and students are accepted depending on the number of spots available in each grade.
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FASP is where your child will:
- Learn to speak, read, and write fluently in both English and French.
- Join a multicultural community representing over 30 countries.
- Nurture their natural curiosity and creativity.
- Become a critical, independent thinker and well-rounded global citizen.
FASP Application Process
- Create your application using our online admissions platform.
- Pay the application fee.
- Upload all required documents:
- A recent photo of the applicant
- A copy of your child’s birth certificate or passport
- Copies of report cards or progress
- Teacher's digital recommendation form
- A letter of intent for students applying to grade 5 and above.
- Parent interview with the Head of School
- An in-class visit or playgroup session to attend for local applicants, depending on their age. A virtual interview for all non-local applicants.
- Jan. 31, 2023 - Application deadline for Maternelle students
- Feb. 2023 - Playgroup sessions for Maternelle applicants
- Feb. 25, 2023 - Application deadline for Financial Aid through AEFE for French nationals
- Feb. 28, 2023 - Application deadline for students in grade 1 and up.
- Feb. 28, 2023 - Financial Aid through SSS by NAIS
- Mar. 4, 2023 - Decision letters sent to families
Applications received after the first round of admissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis and students will be accepted depending on the number of spots available in each grade.
- No prior knowledge of French is required to enter grades Preschool through Grade 3.
- Children entering Preschool must be 30 month-olds and toilet-trained. Children turning 4 by September 30 are placed in Pre-K. Exceptions to the cut-off date can be made when there are clear educational reasons. To support an exception, reports from the child’s previous school will normally be required.
- Students applying to grades 1 through 8 who do not currently attend a French, or a French-American, or an international school with a French program will have to take a language proficiency test prior to admission.