Welcome to the French American School's admissions page. Choosing the right school for your child and for your family is an important decision. Our goal is to provide all of the information and assistance that you need during this exciting time. We look forward to meeting you and showing you around the school.
Our school is unique, so the best way to understand our program is to visit and witness first hand how our students learn in a bilingual environment. Contact us to schedule an individual school tour.
Our fall Open House and Maternelle Play Date events are good opportunities to learn all about our unique international program, meet with educators, and talk to members of the FASRI community. Please bring your questions.
The overall goals of the admissions process is to determine the right fit for every child. FASRI strives to match its academic program with the applicant’s current skills, maturity and needs, and to offer enrollment to a new student who has a good chance of being successful and happy in the program. We also seek to configure classes that will work well socially and academically, and create classes or sections roughly equal to one another in terms of gender, language proficiency, achievement level, and diversity.
Many members of the FASRI team are also parents themselves, so not only do we believe in the mission of the school, but we can answer all your questions and help you learn about our international community and all it has to offer your family.
Director of Admission
FASRI does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, religion, national origin, color or disability in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Admissions application deadline is January 31. FASRI will accept applications after the deadline depending on availability of space, please contact us for details.
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.