Tour FASPS!

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Sign up to tour FASPS while classes are in session and discover the cognitive, social, cultural, economic, and health benefits of being bilingual. We are currently enrolling students for our 2019-20 school year preschool program, which begins with students 2 years old and older. Our tours begin at 8:45am and end at 10:30am. The following tour dates are currently open:
  • May 29, 31
Click here to sign up for a tour. If none of these dates work for you, or if you have any questions, please email Déborah Worrall, our Admissions Director, at Inquire@FASPS.org. Note: Students do not have to speak French when entering young pre-kindergarten (2½ years old), pre-kindergarten, or kindergarten, and French does not need to be spoken at home.
 
We look forward to meeting you and your child!
 
Dear Current FASPS Parents: Currently, FASPS uses FACTS — a tuition management and payment processing company headquartered in Nebraska — when a parent chooses a tuition payment plan that is monthly or semiannual. In order to move FASPS toward a comprehensive, easy-to-use, and secure financial management and payment solution that includes tuition and all incidentals, we are now asking all parents to please create a FACTS account no later than Wednesday, May 15, 2019. We will begin using FACTS right away for all of our 2019-2020 tuition billing and payments, and we will start using FACTS after September 2019 for our incidental billing and payments of bus and class trips.
  • Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to create your FACTS account.
  • Click here to view a two-minute video from FACTS describing their commitment to the highest standards of transparency, security, and compliance.
  • Click here to vew a list of frequently asked questions and answers.
If you have any questions, please reach out to us in the Business Office at FASPS. Thank you!
  • May 27: No School | No Garderie (Memorial Day)
  • June 6: No School | No Garderie (Parent-Teacher Conferences)
  • June 14: Last Day of School

End-of-Year Performances

  • Tuesday, May 21: Grade 1A, 1B, 1C with 5A and 5B
  • Thursday May 23: KA, KB, KC with YPK/PKB and PKB
  • Tuesday May 28: Grade 2A and 2B with Grade 3A, 3B, 3C
  • Thursday May 30: YPKA, PKA, with Grade 4A and 4B
  • June 3: Grades 6 and 8
  • June 4: Grade 7

Pre-order Your Yearbook

Pre-order Your 2018-19 Yearbook and Save $5!
Don’t miss out on pre-ordering your $50 copy of our 2018-19 FASPS Yearbook: “Naturally FASPS/FASPS Naturellement.” This full-color, 144-page collection of memories from the year is designed and produced by 16 of our very own Middle School students. Look back fondly at the events of the year, from class activities to field trips, Science Day to trips abroad. Yearbooks will be delivered the first week of school in the fall, and once they are made available, the cost will be $55. Click here to pre-order yours online or use the form on MyFASPS and pay by check. Don't miss your chance to revisit these special moments and celebrate the hard work of our Middle School Yearbook Staff!
  • Congratulations to FASPS Parent Gérard Zytnicki!
  • ISO Family to Welcome French Student in July
  • ISO American Family to Host French Student July 1 to August 28
  • Congratulations to FASPS Parent Janel Kolby!
  • Seeking Private French Tutor
  • Looking for French Tutor
  • Grand BBQ Potluck de l'UFE Seattle Samedi 22 Juin
  • Mercer Island Boys and Girls Club Little League

Volunteers Needed

French Consulate Looking for Volunteers for 2019 European Elections

Appel à volontaires, Élections 2019: Le Consulat général de France à San Francisco recherche des bénévoles pour les élections européennes 2019. (Call for Volunteers, 2019 Elections: The Consulate General of France in San Francisco is looking for volunteers for the 2019 European elections.) Click Here for Details
 
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.