The Lycée Français de New York holds the distinction of being one of the most renowned bilingual French schools in North America. The Lycée welcomes students from more than 50 nationalities, giving them an education based on academic excellence and personal growth. It prepares them to become responsible, dynamic citizens, capable of playing an important role in the future of the world.

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Entreprendre

“Entrepreneur” is a word of French origin, defined by the Larousse dictionary as someone “[qui commence] à exécuter une action, en général longue et complexe.” And whether we conclude that it was Richard Cantillon in 1755 or Jean-Baptiste Say in 1803… > more

May 16, 2015 | Featured, Head of School

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Lessons from Hiroshima

Y11 students attended a particularly moving talk by Yasuaki Yamashita who was 6 years old when his native town of Nagasaki was struck by the atomic bomb in 1945. The event offered a way for students to learn more about the dramatic consequences of nuclear armaments and the risks associated with the waste from nuclear energy. In this post, the students share their reactions. > more

May 15, 2015 | Cultural Events, Featured, Panels, Secondary

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Register for the LFNY Camp Quartier d’été!
Enjoy LFNY’s bilingual summer camp from June 22 to July 24 for children aged 2.8 to 11. A sports camp for children 12 to 18 is also offered through July 10. More info here.


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Upcoming Events

May 22, 2015
Memorial Day Weekend - School Closed
June 16, 2015
Last Day of School - Preschool
June 18, 2015
Last Day of School - 1st to 8th grade