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Join us for the 15th Annual Summer Camp Fair at French American and International, this Saturday, February 2, 9:30am - 12:30pm in the Gymnasium at 151 Oak Street.

Organized by the French American and International Parent Association, the camp fair is open and free to all families in San Francisco, and provides an opportunity to meet representatives from organizations that offer summer camps and classes for students of all ages. A Camp Directory with information for each participating camp will be published on the school website. For registration or more information, please contact
Do you want to be an ally in our community? SPEAK will host a conversation with author and advocate Lori Duron on Wednesday, February 6th from 7-8:15pm in the French American + International Gym at 151 Oak Street. Duron will share her family's story, offer tips for supporting kids like hers, and explain the differences between sex, gender, sexuality and other related concepts in an easy-to-understand way. SPEAK is a coalition of San Francisco K-8 schools that have joined together to enhance parent education. RSVP Here.
Discover, share and connect over drink and food in a round-table setting at the Arts Pavilion, from 6-7:30 on February 12!  Don't miss this free community event featuring parent speakers, Philippe Grenier (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) and Amanda Kahn-Kirby (BioElectron). The event is geared towards parents, alumni, faculty/staff and interested upper school student. Free childcare is available for students K-8. You can reserve directly at this RSVP link, or via the Community Salon page on the website, where there is also more detailed information on the series and the speakers.
Mark your calendar for February 2, 2019 and join the French Consulate for "Night of Ideas" at the San Francisco Public Library. This is a free seven-hour marathon of debates, talks, performances, and music that features top thinkers and changemakers from the Bay Area and beyond envisioning the "City of the Future." Make sure to get your tickets.

"What does it mean to be human?" asked International student Fatoumata ('19) at the SF Human Rights Commission's celebration of 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Herbst Theater.
Culture is central to learning. Beyond shaping the way we communicate and receive information, research has shown that culture informs, crucially, the thinking processes of groups and individuals.
Following the successful implementation of the Responsive Classroom approach in the Lower School last Fall, middle school core teachers and advisors are being trained to carry out the pedagogy in their classrooms this school year.
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French American International School

Main building

150 Oak Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

Ph: 415.558.2000

Early Childhood Center

1155 Page Street

San Francisco, CA 94117

Ph: 415.231.5733

An independent Pre-K through 12th grade co-educational day school in the heart of San Francisco. The school delivers a rigorous bilingual (French/English) immersion program through middle school, culminating in either French Baccalaureate or International Baccalaureate program in its International High School.

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