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French American International School
150 Oak St.     
San Francisco, California  94102  
Private/Independent School
12 1100 students


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___The French American International School and International High School is a PreK-12 educational institution located in San Francisco's Civic Center area. Guided by the principles of academic rigor and diversity, the Schools' mission is to prepare its graduates for a world in which the ability to think critically and to communicate across cultures is of paramount importance.

___With over 1,000 students, offerings range from a bilingual curriculum in grades PreK – 8th through to the International and French Baccalaureate programs in grades 9-12 at International High School.

The French American International School and International High School is a PK - 12  international and independent school located in the Civic Center Arts Corridor of San Francisco.  The school is bilingual French/English PK - 8.  No French language is required for entry to our International High School.
International High School is a part of French American International School, a PK-12th grade co-educational day school located in the heart of San Francisco. The school delivers a rigorous bilingual immersion program through middle school, culminating in either French Baccalaureate or International Baccalaureate in International High School. 
At our International High School, the academic offerings are without parallel in the Bay Area. By the 11th grade, all students must choose to take either the International Baccalaureate or the French Baccalaureate. 
Diversity Mission Statement


 French American International School is committed to providing an open, fair, inclusive, non-discriminatory environment for all individuals across differences of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, socio-economic status, ethnicity, age, physical ability, or medical condition. We seek to increase the presence, representation, and inclusion of U.S. historically under-represented people of color, international, bilingual, and bicultural students, faculty, and staff; and, to provide an environment that will attract and retain individuals identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and intersex (LGBTQQI