Cross-Cultural Connections Among the Many Benefits of Bilingual Education

Magritte project at Plainsboro Public Library

One of the many benefits of bilingual education at the French American School of Princeton is the opportunity not only to learn another language but to discover and learn about different cultures as well. “French American School of Princeton has long taken advantage of teacher exchange programs that allow certified teachers from other French-speaking countries…

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6th Grade STEM Class Creates Human Cantilever Bridge Project

6th Grade STEM Human cantilever Bridge

6th Grade students at French American School of Princeton have been studying how the forces of compression and tension work together to create structure and balance in the engineering of bridges in their STEM class. This past week students created a Human Cantilever Bridge! It was inspired by this project produced by Princeton University, and…

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FASP Featured in March Issue of Princeton Perspectives

Princeton Perspectives online magazine

French American School of Princeton’s new Accelerated Immersion Program is featured in the March issue of the online magazine Princeton Perspectives. The magazine’s topic this month is: “Change Can Be Hard. How Do We Know If It’s The Right Choice? We take a look at some of the various changes happening in our area, and offer…

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A Bilingual Education for an English-Speaking Family: Evelyn Morison’s Story

Bilingual Student and her family

“Why should I learn French when we live in the US and speak English?” asked six-year-old Evelyn Morison when her parents enrolled her at French American School of Princeton (FASP) in First Grade to begin her bilingual education. It’s a question asked by many English-speaking families when exploring private school options in Princeton, NJ. For…

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French American School of Princeton Math & Science Middle School Teachers Nominated for Princeton Prize for Distinguished Secondary School Teaching

French American School of Princeton Middle School science class

French American School of Princeton (FASP) is proud to nominate Natalie Martin and Sonia Grare, Middle School teachers in Math and Science, for the Princeton Prize for Distinguished Secondary School Teaching awarded annually by Princeton University. French American School of Princeton Bilingual Education In FASP’s bilingual curriculum, Middle School students study Math and Science in…

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Meet Elena: FASP’s New Administrative Assistant

Elena is the new cheerful face of our front office: FASP’s Administrative Assistant is an international, quadrilingual woman who speaks English, French, Russian and Bulgarian. Prior to joining the team at FASP, Elena worked as a photographer. During her time as a photographer, she captured photographs of students ranging from Pre-K through Grade 12. As she is familiar…

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Welcome Back, FASP!

We were thrilled to open our doors again and safely welcome back our students for their first day of school! Take a look at a few snapshots of our first day of the 2021-22 school year!

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