French-American School of New York (FASNY) was founded in 1980 as a 17-student preschool. FASNY has evolved to become a premier bilingual and international N-12 day school with global reach. Our dedicated staff of teachers and administrators is committed to creating an environment that is nurturing yet challenging, one that encourages students to flourish intellectually, emotionally, and ethically.
We have a diverse parent body—our families represent more than 50 nationalities—as well as an active parent-teacher association that provides myriad opportunities to get involved in the life of the school. In addition, our proximity to New York City allows us to take advantage of the rich cultural and recreational offerings of one of the world’s great urban centers.
French-American School of New York is an international, independent, coeducational day school providing a global education to approximately 800 students in nursery (3 years old) through grade 12
How would you rate French-American School of New York (FASNY)?
Anonymous, 25/04/2022 @ 16:12:15
Music & Arts
I have been at this school for around 11 years now and it definitely has a lot of room for improvement and needs better staff but it is overall a good school and has gotten me very far in life and I have learned a lot from this school
We are the parents of 4 boys who all spent from pre-school to 12th graduate at FASNY. We lived in Europe, Asia and the USA and decided to settle in Westchester, NY largely because of what FASNY has to offer. FASNY is a truly multi-cultural school. It delivers a highly stimulating and diverse education and offers students exposure to the world thanks to a community representing dozens of nationalities and a wide array of cultural and economic background. The school is extremely welcoming and inclusive. Programs are rigorous and rich and over years kept adapting to modern educations practices. FASNY gave our boys access to some of the world best colleges and universities and prepared them very well for the modern world as true "citizens of the world".