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.
Project-based learning is not a new method in the primary school and students rely on it starting in the preschool. It fosters collaboration, a interdisciplinary approach and creative problem-solving skills. This story in a 5th grade class illustrates the method. > more
Wednesday: New Yorker staff writer Patrick Radden Keefe was invited by LFNY English teachers to talk to their Bac Franco-Américan (BFA) students. The journalist answers questions about the writer's voice and biaises in a story as well as the debate between truth and… > more