Tuition & Financial Aid
Bilingual and multicultural students are:
- Better speakers
- Better thinkers
- Better learners
They have superior focus and are better able to tune out distractions. They generally score higher on standardized tests, even on subjects unrelated to language, like math and science.
Bilingual students have a more informed, enlightened, and empathetic view of people and culture, which makes them better citizens of the world.
When you give your child the gift of a bilingual, multicultural education, you’re giving them a lifelong advantage.
"One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way."
Tuition and Fees for 2021-22
At FASP, we are conscious of the cost that an education at an independent school represents for families’ budgets. We thrive on staying affordable by being cost-conscious and spending our dollars where they matter the most: the quality of our teachers and our teaching environment.
|2021-22 ACADEMIC YEAR|
Preschool (3 years old)
3 full days (Tu/W/Th)
Preschool (3 years old)
5 mornings (8:30am-12:20pm)
Preschool (3 years old), Pre-K (4 years old) & Kindergarten
5 full days
|Grades 1 through 5||$20,260|
|Grades 6, 7 & 8||$21,348|
A Refund Plan protecting your investment is included in the annual cost. Participation is mandatory for all families. Please click one of the buttons below to review the refund plans for the current or upcoming academic year:
Tuition Payment Plans
Tuition billing and payments are managed online through FACTS, a Tuition Management and Payment Processing company. Additionally, tuition payment plan options are available to allow families flexible payment options. Click here to see the payment options.
For questions regarding your FACTS account, please contact email@example.com
FASP offers financial aid to qualified students based on demonstrated financial need. French nationals must first apply for AEFE bourses prior to applying for aid from the school.
Applications for tuition assistance are confidential and considered independently of the admissions process.
Applications are to be submitted via School and Student Services (SSS), a service of NAIS, the National Association of Independent Schools. SSS provides us with a confidential statement of need, based upon the parents' SSS application. Applications are then reviewed by the school’s Financial Aid Committee, and financial assistance is awarded if need is demonstrated and as long as funds are available. Our school has limited resources for this program, please be aware that we may not be able to meet the level of assistance needed.
Start your application early and submit supporting documents as soon as they become available. To make your information available to the school, please enter FASP’s SSS school code: 144899. Completed applications and all supporting documents must be submitted through SSS no later than February 26, 2021. Preliminary financial aid notification is targeted to be available by March 12. Applications completed after February 26, 2021 will be reviewed on a fund-available basis.