Upcoming School Informational Session!

The next School Informational Session is on Saturday January 26th, 2019 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. RSVP your spot!


Students become bilingual in French and English with total French immersion at the preschool level and conversational French spoken by native speakers.


French curriculum plus the best of American private-school education, producing students prepared for the International Baccalaureate.


Fifteen or fewer students in each class working in ability-based groups and progressing to the next level when they’re ready, not automatically.


Active pedagogy guided by the Gardner Multiple Intelligence Theory, fostering intrinsic motivation, self-direction, and the ability to learn how to learn.

Where French immersion meets academic excellence!

A dual-language immersion program based on the French Ministry of Education curriculum

French School of Austin – or Ecole Jean-Jacques Rousseau – is a private, independent, bilingual school for students from preschool to Grade 8.

Located in North Austin, French School of Austin has given students a bilingual preparatory education since 2005. The school offers a multicultural, multi-language learning environment where instruction is given in French and English, with an optional third language track in Arabic, Spanish, or Mandarin.

The school curricula are based on the guidelines of the French Ministry of Education, and supplemented by the essential elements advanced in American private-school education. By the end of middle school, this dual approach produces academically-adept, bilingual students, proficient in both English and French and a third language.


2017 Christmas Performance and Recital

We had another great holiday event on Sunday, December 17, at the Blackerby Violin Shop on Anderson Lane. Watch videos of the event on YouTube.

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Dance performance of Champs des fleurs
May 2017 End of Year Performance

It started with a beautiful modern-dance piece called “Champs des Fleurs.” There was a performance of the popular song, “Qui a le droit,” the play “Le loup et l’agneau, the middle-school kids sang “Le temps qu’il faut,” and there were violin recitals as well. A highlight was the presentation of awards for the National Math […]

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2016 National Awards & Academic Achievement
Mathematics Competition We've enrolled our Second Graders in the 2016 NLMC Mathematicscontest in March 2016, at the last minute. The competition is a semiannual problem solving contest for Elementary and Middle school students. We registered for the Spring Contest. The goal of the competition is to encourage students' interest in math, to develop their problem [...]
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“We appreciate the small class sizes, one-on-one attention she receives, languages and cultural diversity exposure, and we see benefits of students across a range of ages being given opportunity to knowledge share and in a loosely structured way provide mentorship for each other.”