Adult French Classes

It's Never Too Late to Learn French!

FASPS Partners With the Alliance Française

FASPS partners with the Alliance Francaise of Seattle three times per year to offer a series of adult French classes after school. Classes are offered at FASPS, are taught by a FASPS community member, and are open to parents, friends, and members of the local community! We offer all three levels of adult French classes (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) each trimester of the school year. Each class will meet once a week, as the limitations of the school calendar permit.


Seeking Native French Tutors ($50/hr)
I am looking for a professional French tutor/teacher to cover requests for French tutoring in the following neighborhoods: Ballard, Belltown, Capitol Hill, Downtown Seattle, East Lake, Georgetown, Green Lake, International District, Magnolia, Mercer Island, Phinney Ridge, Queen Anne, Ravenna, South Lake Union, University District, and Wallingford. The candidate I'm looking for must be a French native speaker and have the following: several years of experience teaching French; flexible schedule (daytime and evenings), weekends a plus; be punctual and reliable; excellent organizational and communication skills; impeccable work ethic; strong sense of commitment; authorization to work in the United States. Since we usually meet our students in their own neighborhoods, our teachers must have a car or some other efficient way to go from one class to the next. Compensation: $50/hr. This is a CONTRACT POSITION. If you qualify and are interested, please respond by sending a cover letter and résumé to

Cyrano de Bergerac Meetup on January 23
Hosted by Made in France at WeWork Lincoln Square in Bellevue on Wednesday, January 23, 5.45pm till 6.45pm; Light appetizers provided by Cépaé and La Parisienne. Free entry. Reservations are required; click here to RSVP.

Cyrano de Bergerac Showings on January 23

Looking for Private French Instructor
My seven-year-old daughter would love to learn French, and we are looking for someone who could do private instruction with her. She has never take French before, so it would be all new to her. We are fairly flexible with the day, but most likely it would be either a weekday after school (4:30pm or later) or a weekend day. She is very enthusiastic and excited about learning French, and we'd love to encourage her interest in a foreign culture and language. If you are interested, or know someone who is interested, please contact Michele Agosti at

Quirky Child Online Summit 2019
Registration Is Open for the FREE Bright & Quirky Child Online Summit 2019. Click here for details and to register now to reserve your spot. The summit will begin on January 28 and run for seven days. Talks will be free and accessible for 24 hours from when they air. Daily themes:
  • Day 1: Understanding your bright & quirky child
  • Day 2: Managing emotional intensity, meltdowns & behavior
  • Day 3: Navigating school and learning challenges
  • Day 4: Managing social challenges and building community
  • Day 5: Increasing focus, motivation and executive function
  • Day 6: Calming stress, anxiety and perfectionism
  • Day 7: Parenting uniquely wired, bright & quirky kids
Dinky Dunkers Basketball for K-3
Dinky Dunkers is a basketball program hosted and run by the Stroum Jewish Community Center (next to FASPS) for students in K-3. This is a chance for younger players to have fun playing basketball and learn about the fundamentals of the game in a recreational and enjoyable setting. Registration is open on the SJCC website (Dinky Dunkers Registration).

Give the Gift of Health This Holiday Season
Be part of it all at the SJCC! Come enjoy the largest fitness center on Mercer Island; the latest cardio machines, connecting you to your media on any device; more than 45 free classes, including spin, yoga, Zumba, and boot camp; racquetball, basketball, an indoor running track, and pool; a free session with a certified personal trainer. Members also get discounted prices on films, classes, swim lessons, special events, and more. Join by January 31 and we’ll waive the joining fee; join with a friend, get 20% off both your memberships. Everyone is welcome. To join or for more information, call (206) 232-7115 or visit

Looking for French Instructor
The Consulate General of Canada in Seattle is looking for a French instructor for its staff of 18. As Canada recognizes both English and French as its two official languages, we would like to advance our French skills in order to provide better service in both languages. We are looking for an instructor who can provide the following for the time period of January 2019 – March 2019: 1) A beginner’s Group Class: 1 hour per session, 2 times per week. Focusing on basic communication, including greetings and standard phrases; 2) Individual Classes for those who work frequently in French (approx. 7 people) : 1h per session, 2 times per week. Classes would be focused on conversation or the requirements of each individual; 3) We are open from 8:30am to 12pm and from 1pm to 4:30pm. Classes would be held during working hours and on site; 4) Ideally, the group classes and the individual classes would be scheduled in a block so a single teacher could accommodate both. If you are interested or know someone who is qualified and is interested in providing this service, feel free to contact Misha Seibel at the Consulate General of Canada in Seattle at

Charming 4-bedroom House for Rent, South of Rainier Beach Neighborhood
Charming 2,200sqft, 4-bedroom, 2-bath house for rent below market value in Seattle, south of the Rainier Beach neighborhood. Please inquire with an email to
3-bedroom Home for Rent on Mercer Island: $2,750
Spacious, well-maintained home and garden. Scan design with large windows, high ceilings, in a quiet and convenient north-end MI neighbourhood. Tenants are responsible for some house and garden maintenance. For more info, email Mr. Gannon at confirming: 1) your phone #, 2) number of occupants, 3) no smokers & no pets (no exceptions), 4) preferred view time. Premises are currently occupied, so please do not disturb. (3 bedrooms; 1 & 3/4 bathrooms; living room; dining room; kitchen with all major appliances; utility room w W/D; hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces; large insulated-glass windows & doors; 225 sq ft deck, and garden with fruit trees and developed vegetable garden; off-street parking (2 spaces); cable and DSL ready; some optional furnishings; garage & basement not included; swimming pool, tennis court, running track, public library and bus stops close by; 1 yr lease, with possibility to renew; first months’ rent + deposit / good credit and references; water/sewer/storm-drain utility paid by landlord (savings of $150+ per month!); maximum 4 people.

Screening of the Award-winning Documentary: "Screenagers" on January 24
  • Who: All Parents, Friends, and Guests - parents & kids are welcome 
  • What: A special screening of SCREENAGERS documentary film and in person Q&A session with filmaker Dr. Delaney Ruston
  • When: Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 7:00pm
  • Where: Assumption Parish Fellowship Hall
  • Why: ASB has the unique opportunity to welcome Dr. Delaney Ruston on campus to present the film and lead a Q&A session. This is a MUST SEE film and MUST ATTEND parent event - don't miss it!
This is a FREE event but we do need everyone to RSVP. Click here to reserve your spot today!

Lecture on French Art: "Uninterrupted Light: The Gothic Cathedral"
The Mercer Island Sister City Association and the Mercer Island Arts Council present this lecture on French art at 7:00pm, Tuesday, January 29, at the Mercer Island Community and Events Center. In developing the Gothic style in 12th and 13th century France, builders strove for even greater height and transparency. Seamless amalgams of architecture, sculpture and stained glass, the great French Gothic cathedrals strove to recreate heaven on earth. Rebecca Albioni, art historian, has been lecturing at the Frye Art Museum since 1997. Tickets are $15, available online at or by mailing a check to MISCA, c/o Jane Brahm, 7420 N. Mercer Way, Mercer Island 98040. Questions? Call 206-353-9122. Refreshments will be provided.


Ren Keller
Extended Day and Summer Program Director
(206) 275-3533, ext. 273

Lia Corrado
Extended Day and Summer Programs Coordinator
(206) 275-3533, ext. 289