"What is innovation to me? It's everything from building apps to creating lipstick." Some years ago, Hannah was a little girl struggling to speak French when she started at LFSF. Today, as she is getting ready to embark on a new chapter at Columbia University, she can officially add Python to her list of languages.
Eric, Jason, and their children Stella and Xavier, joined LFSF five years ago. Today, academically and socially, they're still feeling lucky. And they are committed to doing their part to make sure people know that LFSF is a school where all families are welcome!
For the past few years, thanks to parents' generous donations, LFSF students have enjoyed the visits of artists in residence coming from France. Edouard MANCEAU is coming to visit us for the next two weeks. We asked a few questions to Nadine LEMAITRE, librarian on the Ashbury campus.
On April 12th 2019, LFSF will celebrate its first edition of Pride Day. Initiated by the LGTBQ+ club, the day will focus on promoting LGBTQ+ awareness at school. We asked Eden HITZKE who leads the LGBTQ+ club at the school, to tell us more about this event.
Gilles Bailly-Maitre is a researcher from La Rochelle University in France, and has been working with our students for Math en Jeans. We asked him a few questions about his involvement in the 2019 Math en Jeans conference.
The 2019 Math en Jean conference is coming to San Francisco and is hosted by LFSF. We met with Matthieu Schavsinski, one of the Math teachers leading the organization of this major event, and we asked him a few questions.
Isabella is only in Gr 7 at LFSF and yet it took her just a week to program an online game. She brainstormed questions, drew the animation, and then coded her game!
Last Friday, students along with their teachers and parents had gathered to meet and listen to a presentation by Oussama KHATIB, professor of Computer Science and Director of the STANFORD ROBOTICS LAB.
For an English speaking couple relocating from Cincinnati, Ohio, LFSF wasn't an obvious fit. Yet, after two years at the Sausalito campus, they are happy to share their experience.
An infant study led by the York University Lifespan Cognitive Development Lab on the benefits of bilingualism on pre-verbal infants is getting momentum in the media. We asked Ashley Chung who visited us last fall for the Bilingual Fair, to explain its findings.
Le programme Startup Lycée s'installe année après année dans l'écosystème de San Francisco. Cette année, le thème portait sur la ville du futur.
A brief article published with Marin Mommies on JAN 11, 2019.
Discover the most creative and innovative French filmmakers in this 2 hr selection of 9 high quality short films.
Dr. Zachary Subin studies the economic feasibility of options for climate mitigation and the policy implications of large-scale change in the energy system.
Open Learning, ce sont toutes les activités et initiatives qui permettent d’élargir les apprentissages au-delà du monde traditionnel de l’éducation, offrant ainsi à la salle de classe la possibilité de s’articuler harmonieusement et stratégiquement avec le monde économique et social qui l’entoure.
The second edition of the SF Bilingual Fair on Saturday was the demonstration of a real growing interest of Bay Area parents for bilingualism and bilingual education. The main actors of bilingual education were present, and LFSF was leading the way, as the main sponsor and presenter of the event.
Early education has been a priority and a specificity of the French education program for many years. The skills acquired by children during the very first years at school are important for their academic future and their social development.
On November 6, the San Francisco Ballet School Trainee Program will perform at the TLF, for our students and our LFSF community.
What skills do children need today to become positive actors of their global generation? That is a question most parents come to address when considering schools for their kids. In the vast selection of options available in the Bay Area, multilingual schools like LFSF provide children with a true advantage.
Seven LFSF students from Gr7 through 9, are currently spending four weeks in Germany. There, they are discovering school and family life in the context of an exchange with the Don Bosco School in Rostock.
Les voyages dans le cadre de l’école permettent d’apporter aux jeunes une expérience internationale pratique, riche de vécu et d’humanité.
7th-11th grade students, we want to hear your stories! Participate in the Essay Contest at the upcoming Bilingual Fair, to share your experience and win prizes.
Our Start'Up Lycée winning team was invited to attend the much anticipated 2018 Annual Hult Prize Finals and Awards Ceremony with Bill Clinton at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
La Petite Ecole is the part time program launched last fall on our Sausalito campus. We are talking with Claire FRANCE who is running the program and asked her to reflect on this first year.
Congratulations to our Seniors for their first college acceptances! Their results are the result of their talent and hard work and they make us proud!
Professor Jay LEVY, MD, AIDS and cancer researcher, and educator at UCSF, will speak about his work and his latest research.
A documentary featuring two childhood friends who meet again after 10 years and meet the those who are building the world of tomorrow.
We are proud to announce that today, the Lycée Français de San Francisco (LFSF) has been accepted as a member of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) San Francisco Section (SF Unified Athletics High School District).
What a beautiful event we had to celebrate the inauguration of the new and renovated TLF! The auditorium was full to share this special moment, and followed closely from France!
Emmanuel TEXIER, Head of School and Erick MOREAU, President of the Board of Trustees are happy to announce the inauguration of the renovated Theater of the Lycée Français de San Francisco on March 29th, 2018 at 6:30pm.
Each year, about one hundred schools from the AEFE network mobilize to participate in this project that puts in practice plurilingualism, linguistic and cultural mediation skills around current international, transversal and pluridisciplinary issues.
Early February, LFSF was one of the lead sponsors of the much awaited 1st SF Bilingual Fair! With over 600 visitors, the event organized by the web news platform French Morning clearly positioned LFSF as one of the leaders in bilingual education in the Bay Area.
The day will be filled with plenty of fun and informative activities. Conferences are scheduled from 10:00 am till 3pm. Two are organized by LFSF: learn more about our speakers!
On JAN 19 + 20, LFSF Gr 10, 11 and 12 students participated in the Start'up Lycée, a program inviting young entrepreneurs to build a start-up in just 48 hours!
Learn more about the benefits of bilingualism and the advantages of bilingual education
We are looking for teachers to fill a few open postions in September 2018? Looking for an exciting opportunity to join our vibrant Faculty team? Learn more here...
Gr 10, 11 and 12 students have the unique opportunity to create and develop their start'up in 48hr with the unique coaching of Bay Area professionals.
The admissions deadline for the school year 2018-2019 is JAN 8. Make sure to submit and complete your application before this date to improve your chance to be accepted.
Chemistry Nobel prize Jean-Pierre Sauvage will be our guest for a "Conversation scientifique" at the library of our Ortega campus.
FIRST LEGO League challenges kids to think like scientists and engineers.
During the 2017 season, teams had to choose and solve a real-world problem related to the theme of the year: Hydro Dynamics.
The values of math competitions are obvious. They pique students’ interest in mathematics and encourage them to value intellectual pursuits.