Take an In-Person Tour
We believe that meeting families one-on-one is the best way to make the most of your visit to the school, so all of our tours will be two families maximum. To get the best sense of a typical day, we invite you to tour during the morning while class is in session. Tours last from one hour to one and a half hours, depending on how much you want to see. Click the links below to schedule. If you don't see a time and day that works for you, email Admissions@FASPS.org and we'll work with you to find a time that does.

Sign up for a Quick Phone or Zoom Call
Schedule a 30 minute phone or Zoom “meet and greet” to learn more about our program and to ask our Admissions team any questions you may have.
During Your Tour / Discussion, You Will Learn About:
  • France’s Global Network of French Schools and what it means to be a French-American school.
  • The value and life-long advantages of a bilingual education.
  • FASPS’s diverse and international community.
  • The qualifications of our faculty.
  • The structure of our curriculum from Tiny Young Pre-kindergarten (TYPK) through Grade 8.
  • Arts and music, coding and technology, physical education, and field trips.
  • Our team of learning specialists.
  • Student wellbeing and social and emotional learning at FASPS.
  • Our Extended Day, Hot Lunch, and Bus Programs.
  • And more … 
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Visit Our New Campus in Factoria!
One School - Two Campuses
On January 17, 2023, FASPS opened its new campus location in Factoria (Bellevue), and we are now accepting students 18–30 months of age for immediate enrollment. Get your child(ren) started early on their path to bilingualism — contact FASPS to take a tour of our new location!

— Déborah Worrall & Lia Corrado, FASPS’s Welcome Team
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Admisssions Coffee Talk: Math & Science at FASPS
On Tuesday, February 13th at 8:30 am, please join us over fresh coffee and croissants for a discussion on the subject of math and science at FASPS. We'll talk about our unique harmonized curricula and teaching methods, how the French and American systems differ and align, and the type of work expected from students at all grade levels. 

Please meet ​us in ​suite 312 at the Globe Building just outside our Mercer Island campus.

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Admisssions Coffee Talk:
Cognitive Benefits of Bilingualism

On March 8th at 8:30 am in the FASPS Multipurpose Room, join prospective and current FASPS families over coffee and homemade baked goods for a talk on the benefits of bilingualism/multilingualism with Dr. Naja Ferjan Ramírez, Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Washington. We are delighted to host Naja to speak to our community about the ways in which young minds are affected and shaped by the acquisition of more than one language.

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Déborah Worrall
Director of Admissions & Tuition Assistance
Lia Corrado
Admissions, Marketing, and Communications Associate
(206) 275-3533, Ext. 287
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