According to the Associated Press, in 2001, up to 66 percent of the world’s children were raised bilingual. As bilingualism has become more common, it grew into a popular academic research topic. Numerous studies concurred that speaking multiple languages brings many benefits in brain development, social skills, and economic advantages.  The Cognitive Advantages of Bilingualism…

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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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An in-depth interview with alumni as they reflect on their time at the French American School of Princeton. Meet Zahra Lohoué, a 2019 eighth-grade graduate of FASP. Zahra sat with FASP for an in-depth interview to share her experiences during her time at the school. As a current high school student, Zahra speaks about how…

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An in-depth interview with alumni as they reflect on their time at the French American School of Princeton Even after a student graduates from the French American School of Princeton (FASP), alumni are often eager to visit their former teachers and current students who attend the school. Truth be told, some of our alumni have…

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