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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PBL: It Takes a Community of Learners

The central aim of our new strategic plan is to prepare our students to be the thinkers, innovators and leaders of tomorrow, but how will we do so is a frequently asked question that warrants explanation. Perhaps the most important… > more

February 6, 2016 | Featured, Head of School, Project-based Learning

A local man is checking out his food options at a food truck in Wall Street while a New York City police officer is looking at him.

Week in Pictures: Feb 1-5

This week, we present you with the work of the students who attended the Photojournalism club this Fall. Taught by professional war photographer Jonathan Alpeyrie (LFNY Class of ’98), the class took the students out on the street to practice. “The goal was to shoot a story on the economic varieties in New York city, therefore presenting the differences between rich and poor, and how they live next to each other while the economic gap is increasing between rich and poor”, explains Jonathan Alpeyrie. Below is the result of seven students work. > more

February 5, 2016 | Co-Curricular Activities, Featured, Week in Pictures

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In the Know

LFNY Gala 2016
Information about location and time for this event are at

Jazz Concert on February 24
Don’t miss the performance of French jazz singer Cyrille Aimée, known for her rhythmic songs with roots in jazz and gypsy styles. Click here to learn more and reserve your seat.

Hip Hop on Stage

Upcoming Events

February 15, 2016
Presidents Day - School Closed
February 15, 2016
Mid-term recess - School Closed
March 28, 2016
Spring recess - School Closed