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The Preschool and Lower School (grades K-3) are located in the beautiful and historic Larchmont Manor. *Please note for the 2020-2021 school year grade 3 will be attending class on the Village Campus to allow for more social distancing.
An aerial view of the extensive Manor Campus, only a few blocks from the Long Island Sound.
The Manor Campus is surrounded by wonderful homes, sits next to the historic Larchmont Library and directly across from the beautiful Constitution Park and Village of Larchmont Fire and Police Departments, and a short walk into the village.
Pre and Lower School students come to school excited each day to see their friends, teachers, and to learn new things.
At FASNY you will find a group of wonderful parents and families that make up our amazing community.
With our campuses located near safe, residential areas, many of our students in all grades walk to school.
Students come to FASNY from many different towns across New York and even Connecticut, bus transportation is a popular option among many families.
The large parking lot behind the Manor Campus building provides a safe and efficient drive-thru for drop off and pick up each day.
Free play during drop off in the Preschool allows for learning through imagination.
Preschoolers start their day with circle time, gathering together to set the tone for the day.
Circle Time is always a special part of the Preschool day.
Preschoolers work on oral skills, language acquisition, listening comprehension and basic public speaking in a variety of ways including, rhyming, singing, and show and tell.
During differentiation time teachers work with our Preschool students in small groups to help them with projects and keep them on task.
Many activities at the Preschool level focus on fine motor skills.
Our Preschool students often break out into small groups during daily activities to have more hands on instruction from their teachers.
Physical activities at the Pre and Lower School level enable harmonious motorskills and intellectual and emotional development. The activities gravitate toward the discovery of self,of others, and of the surrounding environment.
The large gymnasium on the Manor Campus has ample space for students to run, dance, play sports, and much more during their PE classes.
Lower School classrooms are bright and dynamic, providing a comfortable setting for our young learners.
The collaborative learning environment at FASNY allows students to feel comfortable working together.
In both our bilingual and international programs, the various subjects covered are accessible from both the French and American curricula and create an open-minded and flexible in their approach to learning.
During French language instruction students receive one on one support from their teachers to work on pronunciation.
In art, students explore color and design, through the use of basic techniques and acquisition of art terms. The continued development of fine-motor skills and gross motor skills is incorporated in projects and activities.
Beginning in Grade 2, major artists are introduced, and their contributions to the art world and history are shared with the students, bridging the gap between learning in a traditional classroom setting and a hands-on approach.
Modular desks in many Lower School classrooms allow students to move around during collaborative or individual work sessions.
FASNY students often have the chance to work together on projects, learning from each other in small groups.
Lower School students use school laptops or tablets to work on coding, math skills, reading, language acquisition, and research projects.
A strong ELL program serves the needs of nonanglophone students in grades 1 to 5. ELL groupings are small and designed to teach English to non-native English-speaking students at a speed and/or level matched to each student’s ability.
The Manor Campus offers a variety of outdoor activities for our youngest students during their two recess periods each day.
Being in Westchester County and outside of the city allows for plenty of green space for our young students.
During all seasons our Pre and Lower School students have the ability to be outside during recess for fresh air and to let out some energy!
Our state of the art playground equipment provides lots of adventure and free play during recess.
Lower School students have two sessions of recess throughout the day.
Two playgrounds allow our Preschool students their own space to play freely and safely during recess.
Our dedicated staff is always on hand to supervise our young students during recess.
Boxball and basketball are very popular among our students during recess.
The Manor Campus offers basketball courts, four square, and many fun recess options for our young students.
The large grass fields on our Manor Campus allow for some exciting recess soccer games.
An birdseye view of our extensive green space and play grounds at the Manor Campus.
Music is taught in both French and English and through five different approaches: instrumental; vocal; cultural; music theory; and a multimedia project.
Students in all grades perform for the FASNY community in concerts throughout the year.
The Middle School, as well as Lower School grades 4&5 reside at the Village Campus in Mamaroneck, NY.
The Lower School (grades 4&5) hallway at the Village Campus.
FASNY recognizes the importance of the arts in a well-rounded education and sponsors various student productions throughout the school year. These include musical-theater productions, plays, art exhibitions, assemblies, concerts, and presentations.
In Middle School, students are introduced to a variety of individual and team sports to encourage a lifetime of physical activity.
Middle School students practice a variety of sports such as American football, field hockey, volleyball, basketball, Pickleball, golf, softball, and baseball.
The Harbor Campus in Mamaroneck houses our High School as well as our administrative offices.
The Harbor Campus High School has been updated and renovated with state of the art materials for the best learning environment for our students.
The Harbor Campus is just two blocks from the Long Island Sound and Harbor Island Park, a serene setting just 35 minutes north of Manhattan.
A beautiful green space between all of the Harbor Buildings creates an inviting quad like experience for our students, faculty & staff to spend time outside.
Our Harbor Campus provides outdoor space for our High School students to eat lunch or take a break during their free periods.
High School students use our outdoor space not only to take a break, but to work on group projects as well.
High School students use the Student Center as a place to socialize during lunch and free periods, study, or work on collaborative projects together.
Seniors have their own section of the Student Center to study or spend time together between classes or during free periods.
FASNY teachers use interactive boards during lessons. Students have the ability to connect to the boards through their personal computers.
Depending on the track chosen, High School students will study Integrated Mathematics or American Mathematics such as Algebra or Geometry.
Students walk to class through the Language Arts & Science Hallway at the Harbor Campus.
FASNY teachers hold degrees from prestigious universities across the globe. 85% of our faculty hold advanced degrees.
In High School, students can study Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Coursework includes studying in a traditional classroom setting as well as hands-on labwork in our state of the art labs.
Beginning in 10th grade, students can study the principles of economics, sociology, and political science. Topics that are essential to the education of all citizens who seek to understand the workings of the economy and society in which they live.
High School Economics is taught in our Resource Room. When classes are not in session students can use this room for extra study space.
Many early High School subjects are tailored to enable students to discover new academic disciplines and help them make enlightened decisions regarding their 11th- and 12th-grade education.
IB classes are small and interactive between the teachers and the students.
An additional building in the back of the Harbor Campus is home to our Gymnasium and Art classroom.
While technology plays a big role in our students' lives we can still count on traditional books and note taking too.
White Boards or "Learning Walls" are used throughout our classrooms as well as in hallways for students and teachers to express their ideas freely.
Students at FASNY can study French, Spanish, German, even Latin during their High School coursework.
In High School, PE classes students learn good-practice habits and are encouraged to engage in as many activities as possible. Sports include basketball, aerobics, street hockey, gymnastics, badminton, golf, and indoor tennis.
The Harbor Campus Gymnasium plays host to PE classes with sports such as basketball and volleyball, as well as many competitive games in our athletics program.
The Harbor Campus Gymnasium is home to our JV and Varsity Basketball Teams.
FASNY offers many competitive sports in the Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) League. Our Track & Field team is just one of many teams that represent the Sharks.