Louis Schweitzer, President of the Fondation des Ecoles d'Art Américaines

Pierre Boyer, Honorary President

Philippe Bianconi, Director of the Conservatoire Américain (Music)
Anthony Béchu, Director of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts (Architecture)

Therese Casadesus Rawson, President of the Fontainebleau Associations (USA)
Catherine Delloye, Head Administrator in Fontainebleau catedelloye@orange.fr

Jennifer Jahn, Vice-president for Music
Nicholas Stanos, Vice-President for Architecture
Joseph Kerr, Program Director for Music
Tom Sheehan, Assistant Director for Architecture

Inquiries concerning the Architecture program: Nicholas@nstanos.com
Inquiries concerning the Music Conservatory: joefkerr@gmail.com
General inquiries: info@fontainebleauschools.org

Founded to expose the best American students to the French tradition in music and architecture, the Fontainebleau Schools have hosted more than 10,000 students at the Chateau de Fontainebleau during the summer sessions since its establishment in 1921. The Fontainebleau Schools are organized as a Foundation, recognized since 1926 as a public service corporation. They are affiliated with the Fontainebleau Associations, an American tax exempt (501 {c} {3}) charitable foundation.

Scholarship funds are solicited in order to provide financial aid to talented students.
Support one full music scholarship: $3,500. Support one full architecture scholarship: $4,500.
Or, make a donation, payable to the Fontainebleau Associations.

Fontainebleau Associations
P.O. Box 66
Wayne, PA 19087

Fondation des Ecoles d’Art Américaines
BP 50068