Welcome to LFSF
Why choose LFSF
We believe there are many reasons to make the LFSF choice.
The Lycée Français de San Francisco (LFSF) is an independent school, and the leading French immersion school in the SF Bay Area.
At LFSF, our objective is to inspire future generations to make positive and impactful contributions to our world through a multilingual and multicultural education that lasts a lifetime.
We provide a unique educational program accredited by the French Ministry of Education that helps our 1,000+ preschool through 12th grade students build confidence and adaptability in their ever-changing world.
With their French and US diplomas, our graduates carry the excellence of the education they received and the spirit of openness, curiosity and integrity shaped at LFSF.
"Thank you again for the tour this morning! We absolutely loved the school and enjoyed getting such an intimate look at the classrooms and other spaces. Thank you for taking the time to show us about. " Laura Prospective School Parent
Our Admissions team is here to help you make the right choice for your child and your family. We encourage you to contact us and arrange a visit to tell us more about your child's individual learning needs and your educational plan.
Our unique educational program is accredited by the French Ministry of Education, which guarantees the quality and rigor of its French component. Our English program also is very challenging and allows students to graduate with a US High School diploma as well as a French Baccalaureat.
Our graduates are accepted to prestigious universities throughout the world. As students of independent schools they have a great likelihood of completing their bachelor’s degrees and graduate degrees.
LFSF strives to be an inclusive school and, with over 50 different nationalities represented, our community is very internationally diverse. Our school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, social status, religion, ability, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, marital status, sex or age in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial assistance and other school administered programs.