Open the world to your child. Open your child to the world. Today! Tour FASPS and discover the cognitive, social, cultural, economic, and health benefits of being bilingual. Tours last approximately one and a half hours, with the following tour dates currently open:
  • February 26, 28
  • March 4 (Breakfast & Tour)
  • March 6, 11, 13, 18, 25, 27
To sign up for a tour, please do so through the Ravenna website (click here). If you have any questions, feel free to email Déborah Worrall, our Admissions Director, at Note: Students do not have to speak French when entering tiny youn pre-kindergarten (Tiny YPK, which begins at two years of age), young pre-kindergarten (YPK), pre-kindergarten (PK), or kindergarten (K), and French does not need to be spoken at home.
We look forward to meeting you and your child!

Summer Camp 2020

Our Summer 2020 Programs Include:
  • Camp des Lucioles for YPK–K: June 22 – August 14
  • Camp d'été for Grades 1–5: June 22 – July 10
  • Classe Aventure for Grades 6–8: June 22 – July 10
Visit for Details & to Register

FASPS Calendar

  • FEB 26: March Hot Lunch Registration Deadline
  • FEB 28: Gala Deadline to Turn In Procurement Item / Certificate
  • FEB 28: Ski & Snowboard Night at Snoqualmie (Middle School + Alumni Students)
  • MAR 6: FASPS Science Fair | Fête des sciences
  • MAR 6: Deadline to Turn In Gala Raffle Ticket Sales and Stubs
  • MAR 14: FASPS Gala & Auction
  • APR 17-19: FASPS Youth Startup Weekend

Youth Startup Weekend

Grade 6–9 students are invited to participate in our fifth-annual Youth Startup Weekend Friday–Sunday, April 17–19, 2020. Come pitch your idea, get feedback, and work together in teams during a weekend-long frenzy of business model creation, coding, designing, and market validation, culminating with presentations in front of local entrepreneurial leaders with another opportunity for critical feedback. Everyone is guaranteed to leave the event better prepared to navigate the chaotic but fun world of startups. Best of Luck, Entrepreneurs … Now Let’s Start Something Up! Click Here to Buy Your Ticket Now (limited spots available)
  • Sounders Summer Camp Registration Is Here
  • French Films Showing on Mercer Island (February 28, March 27)
  • Short French Film Program on February 29
  • FASPS Parent Caribou Barnet Directing "Houle'wood Boulevard" (March 13, 21, 27)
  • Seattle's French Fest: A Celebration of French-speaking Cultures (March 22)
  • Interested in Running a Kids Dash on Mercer Island? (March 22)
  • Grade 6-8 Program to Explore Environmental Pathways
Click Here for Details on the Above Announcements

Faculty & Staff Interviews

This Interview With Dmitri Levine, FASPS's Assistant Director of Auxiliary Programs, Was Recorded January 22, 2020

Lia: What were you doing in life before you came to work at FASPS?

Dmitri: My bachelor’s degree is in world language education, with a specialty in French. I taught high school French in Chicago Public Schools for about two years and then decided that that wasn’t really where I wanted to be. I wanted to explore other options, so I took a year off. I worked in a tutoring center for a little bit, and then I said, you know what? I’m going to get my master’s degree! So I ended up pursuing a master’s degree in applied linguistics and instructional design, in other words, learning how to teach French and how to create online curricula, manage learning centers, things like that.

Click Here to Read the Rest of the Interview

Located on Mercer Island just east of Seattle, the French American School of Puget Sound is a private, bilingual school for children age 2.5 (young pre-Kindergarten) to grade 8. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, arts and technology curriculum, social and emotional learning, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.