Date and time: Saturday Walk 25, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 12:00 am
Area: Please Touch Exhibition hall, 4231 Road of the Republic, Philadelphia, Dad 19131
Subtle elements: The French Global School of Philadelphia is praising 25 years of development amid its “Past Fringes Affair” at the Please Touch Gallery in Philadelphia. Michel Charbonnier, Emissary General of France and Privileged Seat of the occasion, will join more than 300 visitors to respect the group of guardians, graduated class families, personnel and staff, who have made the school’s prosperity conceivable.
The French Global School of Philadelphia is a not-revenue driven, autonomous school offering bilingual guideline in French and English to a multicultural group of pre-kindergarten through eighth grade understudies.
The school initially opened its entryways in September 1991, in a rented wing of the Baldwin School and checked only 13 understudies from prekindergarten to second grade. A quarter century and more than 300 understudies later, the school claims two grounds – one for kids from pre-K to fourth grade nearby the Bala Cynwyd Library, and one on City Road which houses the Upper School. The school serves a more extensive group: French exiles and American Francophiles, as well as families from everywhere throughout the world, whose unmistakable foundations and encounters add to the special and liberal school culture.
The occasion will start with a VIP gathering at 6:00 pm, different visitors will be invited at 7:00 pm with aperitifs and appetizers, supper will be served at 8:00 pm and moving will take after until midnight. For more data, please visit the site.
The French Worldwide School of Philadelphia is an autonomous prekindergarten through eighth grade school offering a bilingual educational modules in French and in English. Certify by both the French Service of Instruction and the Center States Relationship of Universities and Schools, the school anticipates that its understudies will end up plainly worldwide residents with a more profound comprehension of and thankfulness for different societies.
Contact: Jade Touam at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-667-1286