The French American School of Princeton (FASP) is an independent coeducational day school offering a bilingual education in French and English to students in preschool through grade 8. Located in Princeton, FASP is a supportive and nurturing school in which to learn, grow and succeed.

Since its founding over 20 years ago, FASP’s blend of French and American curricula meets and exceeds French governmental and NJ Public School standards-based requirements. FASP incorporates academics, including literature, science, STEM, art, music, physical education and social-emotional learning, with the careful selection of highly qualified educators who steward students through their bilingual academic journeys.

“FASP students and families flourish in our international and multilingual school community. With a strong focus on academics and attention to the overall health and well-being of our students, we recognize, respect and celebrate the dignity and unique learning styles of each of our students, giving them the tools they need to thrive in our increasingly complex world,” says Head of School Corinne Güngör.

FASP is committed to a program of academic excellence designed to train the mind, strengthen the character and enrich the spirit of each student through the benefits of bilingual learning.

FASP is small by design to ensure students and families are supported in their bilingual education. FASP takes pride in the multicultural community of families who value and invest in bilingual education and support our mission. FASP graduates are extremely well prepared for high school and attend many prestigious international, American or French private or public schools after graduation.

75 Mapleton Rd., Princeton