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Pre-School
85 Palmer Ave
Scarsdale, NY 10583
914.250.0521
 
Lower School
111 Larchmont Ave
Larchmont, NY 10538
914.250.0469

Upper School
145 New Street
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
914.250.0451

The French-American School of New York is an international, private school serving more than 850 students in the greater New York City and Greenwich, Connecticut areas. Our rigorous academic program taught in French and English is accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organization, the French Ministry of National Education, the New York State Department of Education, and the New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS).
 
FASNY offers non-French speakers two entry points into its multicultural community: in pre-school (3 to 6 years old), where the double language immersion program brings children to bilingualism, and in 11th grade, where the International Baccalaureate track is uniquely tailored to blend rising bilingual FASNY students, local non-French speakers, and qualified international students.

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BAC 2015

100% SUCCESS RATE

91% WITH HONORS

  

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Our LIterary Magazine, Debuts, received a rank of Superior--Nominated for Highest Award in the 2014 NCTE Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines (PRESLM). The program recognizes students, teachers, and schools for producing outstanding literary magazines, seeking excellence in writing and school-wide participation in production.

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FASNY's track-and-field team are this year's Independent School Athletics League (ISAL) champions, with the boys coming in first and the girls second."This year's team, both larger and tighter-knit than ever, demonstrated incredible resilience and willpower. Although they competed in difficult conditions, FASNY athletes redefined track-and-field as a team sport, and this is what made them win." Click on the image or title to read what the athletes had to say, and our Athletic's Director take on this win.
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(français: cliquez sur l'image ou le titre) With 54 nationalities represented in our community, international week is always a hit. For our students who live a multicultural lifestyle at school and, for most, at home, the parade is a visual representation of the richness of their environment--and always a great success among parents! Click on the icon or title for more info and 3 slideshows: presentations, parade and class pics.
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(For English click on the image or title.) Les CE2C, en compétition avec plusieurs centaines de classes, remportent le 1er prix dans la catégorie "DOM-TOM et écoles étrangères" du concours Plumes en Herbe organisé par Nathan. Cliquez sur l'icône pour en savoir plus
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(Pour lire en français cliquez sur le logo) Our Head of School, Joël Peinado, looks back on a long but rich winter at FASNY, with formal accolades from three of our main accreditation institutions: the International Baccalaureate Organization, the French Ministry of Education, and NYSAIS; our students shining in the arts, in literature, and honored by one of the highest proportion of National Merit Finalists in the tri-state area; and a College acceptance list once again confirming our role as a leading independent school. Click on our logo to read all about it.
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La bibliothèque était comble hier soir pour la venue à FASNY de Michel Zink, Secrétaire Perpétuel de l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, Professeur au Collège de France (et grand-père de trois élèves de FASNY), qui a emmené son auditoire dans un voyage littéraire et mythique fascinant sur le thème « Le Graal. Un mythe du salut. ». De Chrétien de Troyes à Simone Weil en passant par Wagner, avec la profondeur accessible que seuls les très grands atteignent, Monsieur Zink a révélé à son auditoire captivé le sens de la quête du Graal, cheminement vers l'autre, découverte de la charité. Un moment de très grande qualité qui restera dans les mémoires et dans les coeurs. Merci, Monsieur Zink.
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