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American School of Paris - founded 1946


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An Expansive Campus. State-of the Art Facilities. Everyone Learns Together.

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A Community Where Everyone Makes a Difference.

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A World of Choice and Opportunity. Everyone Finds Their Passion.

A Gateway to the Future. Everyone Finds Their Place.

The American School of Paris is a vibrant, international, family-oriented community. Our mission is to inspire and prepare every student to achieve personal and academic excellence as an engaged global citizen by providing a challenging, innovative program within a compassionate environment.

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  • Parent
The Nolop Family

“We love ASP's welcoming and vibrant atmosphere and the wide diversity of the students and faculty. The school has a very strong sense of community. Class sizes are small so the students receive individual attention. ASP is family-oriented with energetic and engaged parents who simply want the best for their children.”

  • Parent

“The onboarding that families experience is phenomenal. If you’re looking for a sense of community, you’ll find it here. Everyone has been in the same position as new families and they want to share their knowledge and offer support.”

  • Student

“At ASP,  the teachers really care for you. It’s small enough that you can know everyone. It’s a friendly, open environment with lots of positive reinforcement. If you’re not doing well, teachers will ask what’s wrong. You’re not in competition with your friends; instead, your friends are pushing you to do your best.”

  • Alumni

“What I love about ASP is the resources we have access to and the way that teachers are always encouraging us to go further.”

  • Student

“I’ll miss ASP, because you really connect with your teachers here, but I know that I’m prepared for my new school.”

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