The French American School of Rhode Island (FASRI) offers a unique dual-language education for preschool through the eighth grade. Founded in 1994, FASRI is accredited by the Ministere de l'Education Nationale (French Ministry of Education), the Rhode Island Board of Education, and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
FASRI offers the best of both worlds; adhering to the rigorous requirements of the French government and the highest standards of American independent schools. We belong to a worldwide network of French schools (AEFE) that has been in existence for over a century. Of the 488 member schools in major world cities, 44 are located in North America and have produced thousands of alumni who are now CEOs, political leaders, artists and innovators of all disciplines.
Many of our students enter the school with no French at all. As they learn a new language and culture, they build greater awareness and curiosity, becoming more open to the world and the differences within it. The FASRI community is richly diverse with families that hail from every continent and over 130 countries. Our families often have multiple nationalities and cultural traditions, and some of our students are trilingual learners. Our team of educators have lived and worked in countries around the globe, such as Qatar, South Africa, France and Vietnam.
Please come and visit us to find out more: we will be delighted to welcome you!
The French American School of Rhode Island’s multilingual experience cultivates globally-minded, confident, creative learners.
At the French American School of Rhode Island, we value intellectual curiosity, respect, empathy and integrity.
a passion to learn for its own sake
a drive to understand the world and one’s place in it
an appreciation for the uniqueness of every individual’s experience
a commitment to the wellbeing of our community and the environment
an intention to understand and care for the emotions, feelings, and perspectives of one another
a conviction to follow strong moral principles and ethical standards
the quality of being honest
Summer Camp 2020
As part of Phase II of Reopening RI, Governor Gina Raimondo is allowing in person Summer camp starting Monday June 29. FASRI is happy to announce that we will be offering a 3 week on-site Summer program.
With health and safety being a priority, we will follow the guidelines from the CDC and the American Camp Association as well as RI DoH recommendations.