After-school Clubs

The FASRI club program provides a fun, safe opportunity for students to explore new and enriching activities in a non-academic setting. Clubs are open to FASRI students and members of the community. Clubs offer a fun way for students to explore an activity that interests them and practice their French in a different context. Classes are offered from preschool through Grade 8.

Each year, the Extracurricular Department creates a diverse list of structured activities and clubs taught by FASRI teachers and members of the wider community, many of whom teach their club in French. Between art, sports and STEM-based learning, there is something for everyone. Each after-school activity builds skills in one or more important areas: critical thinking, technological literacy, French, and many more. Some past clubs have included tile-making, cooking, fencing, sailing, robotics, yoga, theater, and hip hop.

After-school clubs are held between 3:15–4:15pm, during the first session of Garderie (after-school care) and the following time is used for homework.

Most clubs are open to the whole community. Please contact Virginie Gherardi, for more information. Merci!