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2023 Start'up Lycee

This year, for the 2023 Edition of our Open Learning flagship project Start'up Lycee, our Gr10 students mobilized around the theme of Gender Equity to imagine, design and build a start-up and its business plan.

Budding journalists

Gr 5 B just published their first magazine of the year ! You will find interesting articles brought to you by our budding journalists, publishers, researchers and writers.



MARCH 31 | by option dance + theatre Gr10 students

After two years tainted by confinement and altered social activities, here's an interesting paradox that the Gr 10 students of the dance or theater option will be exploring. Protective or constrictive, alienating or stimulating, 4m2BIS is lived, embodied, and experienced as a personal interior dive out of time.


From APRIL 04 to APRIL 15, on ASH and SAU Campuses
In the context of our Artist in Residence program, we are delighted to welcome Cécile GAMBINI,  illustrator and author of many children books. She will be working with all primary students during her visit, sharing her skills and experience and undoubtedly inspiring them to savour books even more! 


APRIL 01+02 | GR10 | ORT Campus
Start'Up Lycee is a group and project based program, organized annually by LFSF and designed to introduce Gr 10 students to the process of a startup launch. The theme, this year, has not yet been revealed and will only be communicated to students on the first of the 2 day event. 

Speaker Series | Climate Change, a virtual conference

MARCH 23 2022 at 9am  
French Research Engineer Christophe COILLOT will be making a virtual presentation on climate change, explaining what we currently know and what the perspective for action currently are. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.

LFSF Speaker Series | Welcome to Holland

March 22 at 5pm | A hybrid event with RSVP
Nadine VOGEL, mother of two adult daughters who have special needs and CEO of Springboard Global Enterprises, invites you to a 60 min presentation on going through life with disability. She will talk about the unlikely success that can be achieved when taking the road of impossible and ending up in the land of possible and propose new definitions of gratitude and resilience.

Les Articles du LFSF

I'm bilingual! What's your superpower?

At LFSF, students have a superpower: they can speak, read and dream in two, sometimes three, or even four languages! Big deal, some might say, and yet!...

"I live in the city. I go to school in Sausalito!"

A growing number of San Francisco based families make the choice to first enroll in la Petite Ecole, only available in Sausalito. After a year enjoying our sunny and kid-friendly location, most decided to stay. Karen, whose son Tom is now in preschool, explains her family’s choice. 

LFSF @ Sausalito : bilingual education with a Marin flair

This year, our dynamic admissions team has been meeting with a growing number of families moving to Marin in search of a different lifestyle. The attraction of our open campus, safely tucked away, all on one level, filled with light, offering lots of green and open spaces, increasingly seduces families who, for some, make the choice of this campus, even when residing in the city!

LFSF@ Sausalito : A local reference for more than 50 years

Sausalito Currents | Sept 2019
Although LFSF is the first choice of many French and francophone parents in the Bay Area, it also attracts diverse and internationally minded families who want to give their child the gift of bilingualism.

"LFSF is a little jewel of a school for ALL!"

Eric, Jason, and their children Stella and Xavier, joined LFSF in 2014. 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! 

[Article] The gift of Biligualism starts early!

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.