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Applying • High School
Are you an inquirer, a communicator or a risk-taker? Are you open-minded, caring or reflective?
You've already made the choice of a French bilingual education and are looking for a High School program that will challenge you academically while allowing you to thrive socially.
Welcome to LFSF where you will be invited to find your path and inspired to think internationally.
Students graduate from LFSF with 2 diplomas: The French Baccalaureate Diploma and the U.S. High School Diploma. These 2 diplomas allow students to search worldwide for their college choices, offering them a world of possibilities!
Open Learning refers to all the activities that enhance and broaden learning opportunities beyond formal education by opening the classroom to the world and applying theorical skills to real life. The program is built around innovative and collaborative initiatives between the school and local institutions and their stakeholders.
In keeping with the LFSF mission of empowering future generations to make meaningful contributions to our world through a multilingual and multicultural education, LFSF offers students many opportunities to immerse themselves in cultures, languages, and geographies through a global travel program that provides them with a rich understanding of different cultural perspectives than that can only be achieved by spending time living, learning and working in a foreign country.
We focus on the development of the whole self of the adolescent, with a focus first on wellness, ritual, and personal development and second on choices after high school.
We call it College Counseling from the inside out.
Alongside the traditional college counseling program, students have the opportunity to participate in our flagship enrichment programs to develop their whole self, and contribute these developing selves to global citizenship and community.
From Gr1 and up, students need to have strong enough foundations and vocabulary in French to learn in French and successfully master the skills they will be introduced to, from that point on. Therefore, students not currently enrolled in a French or an AEFE school will be required to take placement exams to assess their ability to thrive in our program.