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FASPS inspires the next generation of global citizens to learn, understand, and act wisely in a multicultural world. Students achieve bilingual fluency in a rigorous academic program that combines the best philosophies of both the French and American educational systems. We teach students to view the world from a multicultural perspective, to participate actively in a diverse community that celebrates differences, and to rise to the challenges of a singular academic program accredited by both the French Ministry of National Education and the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS).
 
Students are not required to speak French before first grade, and students who enter FASPS with no French or English receive individualized language acquisition support. Students who will be 2 years old by September 1, 2021, are eligible to apply for admission to FASPS for the 2021–2022 academic year (please contact our admissions office if you have any concerns about the cutoff date as there may be room for some flexibility).
 
If you would like to learn more about FASPS, please complete this form, and we will be in contact with you shortly. Thank you, and we look forward to learning more about your family!
 
Déborah & Lia (FASPS’s Welcoming Team)
 

Community Vaccination Resources:

  • The Covid-19 Vaccine & Children: A conversation with Dr. Ben Danielson, pediatrician at UW Medicine, and community leaders from Centro Cultural Mexicano, Immigrant Women’s Community Center, and CISC, Thursday, June 17, 6–7:30pm. Click Here
  • Black Health Matters — Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle: Resources and a guide about vaccination for Black communities. Click Here
  • Covid-19 Vaccine: Muslim FAQs — Muslim Community and Neighborhood Association: Recording of a panel with local Imams, the Washington State Secretary of Health, and other public health experts answering questions about covid-19 vaccine. Click Here
  • Covid-19 Vaccines: A Community Conversation: Watch a panel discussion hosted by Naisha Williams — Lead for Covid-19 Vaccination in BIPOC Communities for Public Health — Seattle & King County, and Q&A with local leaders. Click Here
  • My Covid-19 Vaccine Experience Videos: These short videos share personal experiences and decision-making related to receipt of the covid-19 vaccine. The videos can also be accessed through a YouTube playlist. Click Here
  • What Can Teens Expect When Getting a Covid-19 Vaccine? This handout from the Vaccine Maker’s Project can be photocopied and handed out to help young people understand and make an informed decision about getting vaccinated for covid-19. Click Here

“Cognitive Development in Bilingual Children”

 
Watch this lively and engaging conversation with Ellen Bialystok, PhD, one of the world’s foremost authorities on the subject of bilingualism (recorded January 28, 2021).

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