Middle school students always look forward to the annual school trip, and this year, they were off to explore the historical cities of Philadelphia and Washington, DC. While these trips are always educational, they also offer a fun and engaging way to learn and grow. From historical sites to museums, there was no shortage […]
Get ready to dive into the deep blue sea with our PK students! In January, PK3 and PK4 students embarked on a journey to explore the marine world and its incredible ecosystem and above all, they learned about the importance of protecting our oceans. Dive In to Learn How Preschoolers Discovered the Marine World Students […]
By Rose Spicher In honor of the first few days of “La Semaine Du Goût”, French American Academy Pre-K4, kindergarten, and first grade classes teamed up for a fantastic autumn trip to Alstede Farms in Chester, NJ. The classes were broken up into small mixed age groups, each led by an FAA teacher or parent […]
Second and third graders spent 3 days in Greenkill, NY for an outdoor experience. The students enjoyed working on forest ecology, survival skills, discovering a pioneer cabin, using map and compass…. They even made a night walk and sang around the campfire! Three days of fantastic learning experience and bonding skills!
Today, fourth through 8th grade students met the Tara’s Foundation Team. This scientific team started exploring the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and especially the coral’s reef in 2016. The objective of their mission is observing the pollution impact and fight against it. The visit of the boat “la Goelette Tara” will be the starting point […]
Itinerary Day 1: Plymouth Plantation and Quincy Market Day 2: Freedom Trail, New England Aquarium, USS Constitution Day 3: Harvard University and Boston Museum of Fine Arts Day 4: Cape Cod Day 5: Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum Day 1: Plymouth Plantation and Quincy Market What an exciting start to our trip! Plimoth […]