Welcome • Bienvenue
Welcome! FISW is a non-profit, bilingual preschool and elementary school for children ages 2 1/2 to 11 years old, preschool - 5th grade.
Learn more about FISW! Vist an Admission Coffee or tour.
Join us for coffee and croissants at an Admission Coffee on Thursday, February 4 from 9:00 to 10:30. Current parents, our Head of School and our Pedagogical Director will be available to answer any questions you may have in an informal setting. The coffee is followed by a school tour where you will see classes in session.
Not available February 4? We also offer tours Tuesdays at 9:30am and by appointment. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, and we would be happy to add you to our schedule.
That will help you child become a global citizen and multi-culturally aware? That will help your child develop critical thinking skills and encourage curiosity? Click here to learn why FISW is the right fit for your family.
Learn more about our program and visit FISW. Tours are usually on Tuesday mornings at 9:30am, and are a great way to learn more about our school! Please RSVP to email@example.com to reserve your space.
Admission Coffees are also a great way to learn more about FISW. Come for an informal, round-table discussion about our school and our curriculum with our Head of School and Pedagogical Director. More admission coffees will be scheduled in the fall. Stay tuned for more information.
If you're interested in applying, our online application can be found here.
Two languages are better than one!
As our world becomes fully interconnected, succeeding in the 21st century will require new ways of thinking, strong language skills and an open mind. Being bilingual has concrete advantages, and at FISW, we have an international parent body with families from around the world. Graduates are fluent in French, English and their native language.
Why a bilingual preschool?
Exposure to a second language should begin as early as possible, as the human brain is wired to learn language during early childhood. Immersion duplicates the conditions in which we all learn our first language—extended contact with a community of fluent speakers—and is by far the most effective method of language teaching.
For more information about the benefits of being bilingual, click here to read this New York Times article.