The French American School is an international school located in College Hill. Here, we welcome children from Rhode Island and around the world from preschool through 8th grade. Please schedule a visit with our school community or simply stop by to learn how we might uniquely benefit your child.
On Tuesday, June 13, our eighth graders became our alumni and the occasion was marked with advice for their high school years, some observations about the class as a whole, and their own reflections on what their time at FASRI has meant for them.
This spring, our eighth-grade students had the experience of a lifetime before concluding their years at the French American School. On Saturday, May 28, they departed for a two-week class trip to study at the Collège Français de Reus, near Barcelona with English Teacher Zahra Bond and Spanish Teacher Corina Best.
“All of the performances, from Petite Section through Grade 8 showed the impressive creative abilities of our students, and our teachers each had their own unique way of using those talents,” observes Interim Head of School, Steve Murphy. “These events are always a great chance for the whole community to come together and celebrate the achievements of the school year.”
This year, all of our middle school students participated in the performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream in Shakespeare in the City , an annual event hosted by the Lincoln School and performed at the VETS theater. Some of the participating schools include: Classical High School, Wheeler School, Moses Brown School, Gordon School, Lincoln School,
“A child can enter FASRI speaking only one language... That same child can leave speaking, reading, writing, listening and thinking in two languages - a great opportunity for anyone in the 21st century.”
Do you want to know more about our unique international program? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about us and to schedule a personal tour.
PARENTS: watch your inbox for la Rentrée, (back-to-school) online forms. You may find links to summer reading, school supply lists and French resources here.
Have fun in French! Click here to view a sample list of clubs and learn more. All our clubs are open to the community.
Summer camp is in full swing. Open to all, summer camp at the French American School runs for four weeks from late June to through mid-July. Each session offers variety of fun, educational activities with an emphasis on cultural enrichment, creativity, and hands-on learning. The summer camp complements the FASRI curriculum, with instruction in English and French. Click here to learn more.