Nyc's First Public French Dual Language International Baccalaureate High School

This year marked the opening of the School for International Studies in Brooklyn, New York’s first public French Dual Language Secondary School. This new institution provides the diverse French-speaking community of New York City a high quality public middle and high school option and reinforces our goal to enable children to learn from Kindergarten through 12th grade in a French dual language setting.  

 

This significant addition to the New York bilingual landscape has been made possible by support from the French Embassy, FACE Foundation, the French Heritage Society, the Committee of French-speaking Societies (CAFUSA), the French Senate, the NYC Office of English Language Learners, public administrations, local grass-roots community efforts, foundations, corporations and hundreds of dedicated parents. As the year comes to a close, we ask for your renewed support to bolster this school’s potential and help it to achieve new heights. With your commitment, we will provide books and materials; innovative resources; teacher development; cultural enrichment; and the necessary support that will help create the first French dual language International Baccalaureate curriculum in a U.S. public school (for grades 6 to 12).

Make a difference and contribute to the bilingual revolution!

donatenow.networkforgood.org/face

Please choose from the drop down menu to select the SIS campaign

OR make checks payable to "FACE" and indicate "FDLP + SIS" in the memo line.

FACE

972 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10075

All donations are tax deductible.

 

In recognition of your support, please celebrate with us at the French Embassy (972 Fifth Avenue at 79th St) on Thursday, December 10, 6-9pm for the First Annual School for International Studies Winter Celebration. An invitation will be sent to all contributors.

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