Our Maternelle and Lower School Kermesses celebrated the end of the year with fun activities.
89 graduates were invited to participate in this year’s Commencement ceremony at Herbst Theater in San Francisco. Cheers to a successful ending and an exciting beginning!
Financial Aid is a pillar of our school's culture. It represents many things to our community: socio-economic diversity, inclusion, and access are all things that Financial Aid ensures.
Rooted in San Francisco and informed by a global perspective, French American + International is the intellectual home for those seeking a world-class education and an inclusive, multicultural community. We inspire students to discover their individualities, pursue their passions, and think internationally.
"Being bilingual opens you up to multiple perspectives"
“Being in a sports team at International is almost like another family, I built many valuable connections and friendships through the Athletics program."
"One of my favorite things about French American and International is the emphasis on the global mindset."
"I was drawn to this school because of the high-quality teaching expertise that exists here."
"Being on a sports team is like a welcoming path into high school. By the time I started my Freshman year, I already had a wonderful group of friends in my grade, and also this super special connection to the upper-classmen."
"I went on the trips to Taiwan and China & Tibet to deepen my understanding of Chinese language. Although it is a difficult language to learn, and I had not studied it before my freshman year, I have loved every step of the way."
"The students here bring great creativity, commitment and talent to their work, in classes and beyond."
"Being in the French Bac I have been able to travel all over the world without having to worry about readjusting to new programs. Since the program is set by the French government, it is the same everywhere in the world."
"I create art that raises awareness around legislative solutions to global environmental problems."