Who they are and where they go : Class of 2023
Our Seniors are a fun and eclectic group of 49 impressive students: some who have been at LFSF since preschool - we call them lifers-, and some who only joined recently but quickly called our school home.
Our universities acceptances as well as their excellent results to the French Baccalaureate exam demonstrate their level of mastery of both systems, and illustrate their international-mindedness.
Hats off, Class of 2023!
YOU MIGHT ALSO WANT TO MEET THE LFSF CLASS OF 2022
Claire has just been accepted to Yale University and will study African American studies and poetry. By choosing a French international education, her parents - who are English speakers - wanted to offer her and her sisters a global perspective. She's especially proud of the club she created, the Coalition of Black Students and Allies. We wish her the best for next year!
Roman has been at LFSF for 15 years. He is invested in making his last as memorable as possible while getting ready to move on to University. Next year he will probably be studying at a UC, either Business and Economics or Food Science.
But Roman is also a show man and a comedian and thrives in front of an audience.
Chloé started at LFSF in High School. She's very thankful to one teacher in particular.
She likes independent coming-of-age films and documentaries and plans to make her owns one day. That's why she's going to study "film and television" at NYU next year! She also gives great advice to next year's seniors. You want to know which ones?
Eva-Marie has been at LFSF since K, she's a Lifer. She's also an artist. She likes drawing, music and is learning crochet. Next year, she'll study on the East Coast and keep exploring different Art forms and subjects before deciding on a job.
Nicolas speaks 3 languages and is learning 2 more. He's a Lifer and next year, he’s going to Northeastern University in Boston, but will spend his first semester... in Lisbon!
He is known for his puns (and kindness).
Julie is completely in her element at LFSF, even if she only started in Gr10.
She is very involved in the school's life. Next year, she will study in Canada to be a History Teacher, inspired by one of her teachers!
This year, Juliette arrived in San Francisco and at LFSF. Since then, she has made a lot of friends and one of them encouraged her to try the theater option- she loved it!
Next year, she's going to London to study Marketing and Business at ESCP.She then wants to pursue a career in fashion and luxury.
Stay in touch, Juliette!
Aidann is a Lifer. Her non-French-speaking parents enrolled her at LFSF when she was 3 years old. She's known in the school for being a great singer and a part of the String Band. Music is her passion but she's also interested in Tech. That's why next year, she's going to study at UCLA to major in Music Industry and minor in Data Science. Way to go Aidann!
Lola has a passion for animals and cars: she volunteers in an animal shelter with her mom, and enjoys working on cars with her dad. Next year she will study Mechanical Engineering and Design at Northeastern University in Boston.
Looking back on her LFSF journey, she talks about her DEI work and her recent service learning trip to Vietnam.
Alexandra is a Lifer. She speaks English and Russian at home and has a strong interest in Philosophy. She was part of the Model UN Club and enjoys public speaking but also quietly writing poetry! Next year, she's going to Wellesley College near Boston to study neuroscience and anthropology or philosophy. She plans to go to Med School next and her final goal is to be a psychiatrist! Go for it Alexandra!
Colin is going to Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo) next year to study electrical engineering. He speaks mostly French with his parents and both French and English with his friends at school.
He's also a lifer and has had many opportunities to explore and find his passions.
He especially enjoys music -he's a musician and plays the guitar and the drums- and radio.
Maitena arrived at LFSF 3 years ago. With the support of her friends and teachers she easily adapted to her new environment. She speaks Basque and English at home.
At school, she explores her passion for writing and poetry and was on the podium at the "Poésie en Liberté" competition! Next year, she'll study Literature and Social Studies in France. Good luck to her!
Salomé started at LFSF in Gr4. She was supposed to stay only two years but is glad she ended up graduating with her friends. She loves dancing and Greek mythology. Next year she's debating between going back to France for a Law Bachelor at Institut Catholique de Paris or staying in California to study Political Science at Cal Poly, in San Luis Obispo. Her dream is to go to NYC for her masters and then work at the UN!
Anatole is a Lifer, he's been at LFSF for 15 years! Next year, he's crossing the Bay Bridge to study Physics at UC Berkeley. He really enjoys Math and Science but also soccer and fashion. During his High School years, he was part of the DEIJ committee and worked on making the school more inclusive and increasing the sense of community.
His ultimate goal would be to help the world through something that he likes!
Ambre started at LFSF in Gr7. She speaks French with her brother and their mother speaks to them in Spanish. She loves animals, especially horses, and biology. That's why next year she is continuing her education at Chaptal in Paris (prépa BCPST). She'd like to take the entrance exam for the ENS (Ecole Normale Superieure) to become a Biology researcher, and more specifically an ethologist to study animal behavior.
Olivia's last year at LFSF was also the first. An incredible year during which she met amazing people and made great friends. Career-wise, she can see herself working in the Pharmaceutical industry and more specifically in drugs research to discover undesirable side effects. To do so, she'll either study Medicine in Lyon or go for a Bachelor in Pharmaceutical sciences in Geneva.
2023 GRADUATION CEREMONY CLIP
It's the end of high school for our class of 2023!They proudly received their diplomas from the Head of School and the French Consul General. It was an emotional moment, as they looked back with nostalgia on their years at LFSF and looked forward with determination to their future.
We wish them good luck and all the best in their future endeavors.
The 46 Seniors of the Class of 2022 impressed by the quality of their bond, the excellence of their results and the thoughtfulness of their involvement. Learn more about who they are and where they will be continuing their education next year, in the United States, in Canada or in Europe.
Go far but stay in touch Class of 2022!