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What We Support


The Annual Fund

ASP's Annual Fund is devoted to ensuring that the school continues to innovate across all aspects of ASP life. While tuition is budgeted wisely, a gift, however large or small, is a vote of confidence in ASP, allowing the school to maintain excellence and go above and beyond.

The ASP Foundation fosters and encourages connection between the American School of Paris and its Alumni Community. Read about Jessie Papalia '09 in ASP Alma Matters to learn more about the support received by one alumna and contact the ASP Foundation to tell us about your projects.

ASP Alumni Community

Past Grants

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ASP Capital Campaign

ASP recently marked the completion of its landmark campus build project with the dedication of our new 21st century campus.

Thanks to the vision, generosity, and leadership of donor families and corporate partners, the Campaign for the New ASP provided support for the new buildings and the renovation of all existing classrooms which transformed the ASP campus and the teaching and learning that take place daily.


Kalahari Education Experience

We work in collaboration with international schools from around the world committed to enhancing and sustaining the education of the people in the Moshaweng Valley of South Africa, as well as developing the character of participants to grow into socially responsible global citizens.


Our mission is to work together with educators and local communities to inspire, motivate and empower Kalahari students to reach their potential, through teaching, advocacy and the provision of necessary resources and support.



The Association for Music in International Schools (AMIS) is an international, non-profit, non-sectarian, politically neutral organisation dedicated to the promotion of excellence at all levels of music education.


AMIS sponsors a variety of music festivals annually which are especially designed to benefit students in international schools.

The objectives of AMIS are:

  1. to advance the education of school pupils and teachers throughout the world by developing their understanding, knowledge, and appreciation of music.

  2. to advance the education of young people and their teachers in global issues and cultural diversity through the performance and study of music.

  3. to promote high standards of musical performance in school pupils of all ages and abilities throughout the world.

  4. to promote furtherance of educationally valuable music repertoire.

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