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La Jolla, San Diego – San Diego French American School has received its new Classroom. The new Robotics Lab welcomed its students and teacher as the 2018-2019 school year kicked off last week.
The new Robotics lab were provided by S3DA-Design, designed, engineered and constructed in a record time. The Classroom with its two large glass panel roll-up doors really stands out from other school buildings on the Campus. The idea was originated from the 3rd Grade teacher who is going to teach the students in this new Classroom. The idea was that many giant companies started up from small garages in small homes.

Founded in 1988, San Diego French-American School today serves 365 pre-K to 8th-grade students ages 2 to 13. The school’s mission is to provide a rigorous dual-language immersion curriculum and unique multicultural experience.

As the population is ever growing and more families are interested in subscribing their children in French American School, the school classes are at capacity. The Board of Trustees was looking to find more space in order to receive more applying students. As the technology is moving forward, the Board decided to start with the Robotics Lab as the priority and was considered something of a funding feat.



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