National Center For International Schools
$26,500,000 bank-qualified loan for the construction, furnishing and equipping of facilities.
The National Center for International Schools houses both the Chinese American International School and the French American International School. These schools are pre-kindergarten through 12th grade institutions that pride themselves on rigorous academic training combined with cultural awareness and investigation.
The Chinese American International School, founded in 1981, and the French American International School, founded in 1962, joined in an educational and bond-generating venture known as the National Center for International Schools in 1994 and purchased the former CalTrans building located in the middle of San Francisco at 150 Oak Street. After seismic retrofits and the considerable remodeling and upgrades to the building, the two schools now share a vibrant and functional campus.