The Academy for International School Heads (AISH) asked International High School students to moderate table conversations around issues of diversity at their conference in San Francisco. Read More.
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.
College Signing Night recognized five student-athletes who will continue their athletic career at the collegiate level. Read More.
“Carter is the kind of guy who makes you feel bad about what you were doing in college. He’s a biochemistry major at Georgetown, speaks 3 languages, and studies electrochemistry.” Read More.
"Being bilingual has helped me develop my passion for literature. I believe that language is the essence of a culture, and each culture has its own approach to literature."
"With every friend I make, there is a little bit of their culture that becomes a part of me. Besides the wonderful teaching, and learning French, the thing I really appreciate about French American is the diversity."
"Every year, I get to know all my kids as individuals and try to engage them in ways that work for both them and the collective. Every student has something to teach us teachers."
"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."
"A great thing about the IB diploma is that you can delve deep into topics that truly interest you, and the teachers here encourage you to apply any sort of prior knowledge you might possess."
"As a teacher, I was drawn to French American because of the international community and the high-quality teaching expertise that exists here."
"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."
"I knew from the get-go I wanted my write my IB Extended Essay in geography because the human aspect of the class allows me to explore the social issues that I am so passionate about."
"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."
"Before I started Grade 11, I interned with a Veterinary Cardiologist. The experience got me excited to enter Le Bac and further my scientific knowledge."