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PreK Transforms Classroom into L’expo Idéale with Hervé Tullet

Last spring, Emeline Desposte’s PreK class transformed their classroom into an art gallery, inspired by the colorful, exuberant, and interactive work of artist Hervé Tullet.

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6 Insights into Raising a Bilingual Child: The Early Years

As our world becomes more and more interconnected and globalized, many parents have come to recognize how important being bilingual or multilingual will be for their child’s future. As such, a bilingual education at ISTP is an incredible gift for...

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Bilingualism Gives Students a Head Start in Learning a 3rd or 4th Language

As students progress through their bilingual journey at ISTP, their young, flexible minds acquire a second language naturally and effortlessly in our immersion environment. By the middle school years, when students are fluent in both English and...

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Welcome New 2018 Faculty and Staff!

We are excited to introduce 5 new faculty and staff, who are joining ISTP for the second half of the 2017–2018 school year!

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Welcome New 2017–2018 Faculty!

We are very excited to introduce the new teachers who have come from around the world to join ISTP’s faculty for the 2017–2018 school year!

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It's Your Child's First Day at ISTP! Ten Tips for a Great Start to Preschool

The first day of school can be a challenging day for both you and your child. Below are a few tips to help your child get ready for the first day of school, and to help your family adjust to the routine of school at ISTP.

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5th Grader Ylias G. Takes 1st Prize at PGL Dictée Finals!

We are very proud to announce that ISTP 5th grader Ylias G. recently won 1st prize in his region in the 2017 La Dictée PGL Finals in Montréal, Canada! Ylias was one of only 80 students, out of hundreds of thousands of francophone students who...

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8th Graders Reenact Historical Trial to Learn about the French Judicial System

Our 8th graders recently learned about French history and justice firsthand by reenacting the famous trial of Claude Gueux. They first read Victor Hugo's account of the trial, and then staged the proceedings themselves.

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Guest Blogger Cécile Roques: Pre-K Music, Pre-Reading, and Art Inspired by “Peter and the Wolf”

This winter, my Pre-K French class has been working on a unit centered on the classic children’s musical composition, “Peter and the Wolf, by Sergei Prokofiev. “Peter and the Wolf” is a unique and memorable work because it tells a story through...

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The International Adventures of the Lee Family – Switching Programs but Keeping the Same ISTP Spirit

As an international school, it is not uncommon for our families to move overseas. Still, when former ISTP Board Chair Peter Lee’s family moved to Paris for four years for his work, it was significant because we were losing a family whose deep...

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