High school and beyond: after FASRI

As they emerge from ten years in a dual language education in a multi-cultural setting, our graduates possess unique strengths and skills that allow them to reach their highest potential and thrive in the 21st Century as active, collaborative citizens.

Social conscience: Our graduates naturally integrate respect for diversity and cultural awareness in their lives.

Character: Our graduates gracefully embrace challenges, changes and differences.

Academic excellence: Our graduates are equipped to success in both French and American high schools and beyond.

Communication and expression: Our graduates are prepared to develop into multilingual adults.

Analytical skills: Our graduates demonstrate superior aptitude for critical thinking and deductive reasoning.

Creativity and technology: Our graduates are inherently creative and proficient in technology.

Students graduating from FASRI have easily transitioned into local independent or public schools. Recent graduates are attending a variety of high schools including Moses Brown, Wheeler School, Providence Country Day, Barrington public schools and St. Mary Academy, Bay View.

Alumni/ae are now attending colleges and universities such as Brown, Yale, URI, McGill, and Montpellier (France). Click here for more information.

FASRI provides individualized guidance and information to its Middle School students for their transition to high school. FASRI also supports its alumni in high school through AP French classes.

Studying in France after high school

Some FASRI alumni may consider attending university in France. For more information about requirements and the admissions process, please visit the AEFE website.