News & Events

There's always something exciting happening at FASP, and we want to help you stay informed of current news and school events. We will update this page regularly with important announcements and news. Please check back often!

Class President Election in Second Grade

Ahead of the upcoming presidential election, second-grade students recently held one of their very own! During the activity, students practiced election vocabulary and learned the process of voting, including the nomination of candidates and casting a ballot.  

Seventh Grade Students Present “The Hobbit”

Seventh-grade students presented various theories and themes to their classmates during language arts class! Following the novel, “The Hobbit,” students were tasked with choosing a topic relating to the book and then presented their projects to their classmates.  

La Semaine du Goût in Maternelle!

During the week of October 19th, students in maternelle celebrated La Semaine du Goût,” a tradition in France that celebrates food and cuisine. In our maternelle program, students prepared their food from scratch, while learning elements of math and science throughout the cooking process. Additionally, students who are exposed to cooking at an early age learn…

Creepy Carrot Patches!

Following the book Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds, students created their own version of a carrot. The patches are now sprouting throughout the elementary hallways!  

Halloween at FASP is Coming Soon! 🎃

Students, faculty & staff are invited to wear their costumes on Friday, October 30th. To our current parents, please check your email for more information. We look forward to seeing everyone’s spooky spirit!

Why Is The French Language An Asset in Today’s World?

By Aude Quiroga, bilingual Admissions Director at the French American School of Princeton and mother of three trilingual children Any language is a new window to the world. Knowing a second language encourages cross-cultural awareness and understanding, skills that are valued by businesses, in today’s global economy. This is why most American universities require knowledge…

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