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85 Palmer Ave
Scarsdale, NY 10583
111 Larchmont Ave
Larchmont, NY 10538
145 New Street
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
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.
Le lycée franco-américain de New York est un établissement privé international composé d’une école maternelle, une école primaire, un collège et un lycée français, américain et international, accueillant plus de 850 élèves au nord de Manhattan. Notre programme académique rigoureux enseigné en français et en anglais est accrédité par l’Education Nationale, l’Organisation du Baccalauréat International et l’association des écoles privées de l’Etat de New York.
Notre école bilingue offre à la fois un cursus classique de la maternelle (petite section, moyenne section et grande section) à la Terminale (notre lycée français offre les sections S et ES), auquel s'ajoutent des classes entièrement enseignées en anglais pour une véritable éducation bilingue. En outre, notre filière Bac international en Première et Terminale propose une alternative éducative enrichissant une école internationale bilingue unique à New York.
Our 3rd graders recent artwork, inspired by Gustav Klimt's, the "Tree of Life" will be exhibited at the Larchmont Public Library by the children's reading room until early January.Our 4rd graders'art willl be visible at THE FRAMING GALLERY in Hawthorne starting December 5th . Click on the icon or title to know more.
In the wake of the terror attacks that have recently affected France and other countries close to our community, FASNY thanks its neighbors for the flowers brought to our campuses, the Village of Mamaroneck for the Vigil held Tuesday, all the teams we played this week for the tributes they paid at each game, and all our friends for the many gestures of support and comfort.
FASNY celebrated Veterans' Day by a special Assembly welcoming Veteran and Special Programs Coordinator for the New York State Division of Veterans' Affairs Jordana Mallach. Students were captivated by the event and there simply was not enough time to answer all their questions.Click on the icon or title for more.
FASNY Students participate in the First Human Rights Institute for Middle School Leaders, FASNY educators contribute to the curriculum
Students and Staff from 15 area schools, including FASNY, met at the White Plains Public Libary at the instigation of the Holocaust and Human Rights Center who organized the first Human Rights Institute for Middle School Student Leaders. Moving presentations and reflections around the themes of Respecting the Individual and How to be an Upstander made a clear impact on our students who came back inspired to create positive change. Read all about it by clicking on the title or picture.
After last winter's three-day Ivy League Model United Nations Conference at the University of Pennsylvania, where seventeen FASNY delegates represented New Zealand, members came home to resume training and recruit new members. This year, the team is preparing to represent Costa Rica at the conference. Recently, the team took home titles after participating in the Horace Mann School's Model United Nations conference and the Yale-Princeton College/High-school debates. Click on the title or logo to read all about it.