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The American School of Paris (ASP) is a private coeducational day school located in Saint-Cloud, a suburb of Paris, France. It was founded in 1946 shortly after the end of World War II by the combined efforts of the American Embassy and the American Express Company. It is the oldest American school in Europe. The student body represents over 60 nations with English as the primary language of instruction.
ASP was the first International School established in Europe and remains the only American School in France.
Founded in 1946, when it was called the American Community School of Paris, to school the children of those who arrived in Paris in the pioneering aftermath of the Second World War, ASP has remained true to its founding mission and continues today to provide a high quality education delivered in English to the children of diplomatic and corporate families. From 1959 until 1967, the ASP was located in Louveciennes, a suburb of Paris, between Saint Germain en Laye and Versailles. The Elementary School was in a series of trailer homes west of Rue de la Machine, nearby the Middle School in a French manor house, and the High School was in a famous French courtesan/king’s mistress Madame Du Barry’s house. History of the DuBarry Mansion (see Claude Nicolas Ledoux): When it was acquired in 1923 by the perfumer François Coty from the politician and industrial Louis Loucheur, the house was found to be subject to a grave disorder because of the sinking slope on which it was built. François Coty called upon the architect Charles Mewès (1860–1914) to displace it several meters. This radical solution saved the building from erosion of the slope, which would have entirely destroyed it within the next few years. The move was accompanied by profound transformations: the mansard roof was converted into an attic sheltering five bedrooms, while vast dependences were created in the basement to arrange a perfume laboratory, an electric generator, kitchens and a swimming pool.