Category Archives: Middle School
More of our Middle School students visited the maternelle classes to read stories in French and English. It’s a great chance for middle school students to practice different reading styles, and the younger students love it! They will continue this regularly throughout the year.
Books read in Pre-K
Chaucer’s First Winter La boule de neige qui roule
Books read in Kindergarden
The Biggest Pumpkin Ever Hansel et Gretel
During their bilingual forum last week, Grade 7 students taught us about famous physicists like Blaise Pascal, John Dalton, and Henri Becquerel. Grade 8 students highlighted a few interesting elements like sulfur and neon. Students practice their public speaking skills while switching between French and English throughout their presentation. Well done everyone!
This month, Grade 5 & 6 students are coming together to solve math problems during the Défis Mathématiques. Working in groups, they get to know students in a different grade while honing their critical thinking and teamwork skills. This competition is organized by the AEFE, the organization which unites the network of French-accredited schools around the world. Our students join in with those of many other schools worldwide!
With activities like the Défis Mathématiques, our Grade 5 students become more familiar with the Middle School space and teachers, which facilitates an easier transition to Middle School next year. Awards will be given at the end of the month to the highest-scoring team!
Middle School students visited the maternelle classes to read autumn-themed stories in French and English – a treat for everyone! They will continue this regularly throughout the year.
Books read in Kindergarden
Pumpkin Day, Pumpkin Night Citrouille, ma citrouille
Congratulations to our Middle School Science Fair winners, which were announced at the Graduation ceremony.
Grade 6: Colin F. for his solar cell project. He designed and created his own working solar cell!
Grade 7: Zahra L. with her magnetic levitation train model. By adding magnets to the ends of a battery to simulate the train car, she could make it move through a copper coil tunnel. She also built a model metro station!
Grade 8: Maya N. for her research on Tesla coils. She learned about magnetic induction and proved her battery-powered loops would work by lighting a model city without wires!
We take time every year to celebrate our graduates, those moving up from elementary to middle school, and those graduating from FASP to go on to high school. Congratulations to all of our graduates this year, and thank you for the support of their families and teachers! We know you’re on to do great things!
Grade 8 students spent 4 days in the Smoky Mountains. They spent a lot of time exploring the natural areas with camping, hiking, having a campfire, white water rafting, and more.
The students and parents worked hard to fundraise before their trip. Click here to read more about these efforts.