Lycée Franco-Américain International School is a private school currently offering a French-American Program from PK-2 through 6th Grade.
Through a unique teaching approach and a truly passionate staff, we help students develop academically and personally to the highest level.
The sizes of our classes are usually very small, providing more personal attention to each student and creating a warm environment that makes us a caring family.
Our Preschool and Elementary School Programs are accredited by the French Ministry of Education and it is part of the AEFE network and the AISF.
The English Program we offer is based on the Core Common Standards and State of Florida curriculum, which facilitates our students' ability to follow the American Educational System after they graduate.
We invite you to explore our site and discover more of who we are.
Shaping the minds of the successful citizens of the future world.
Committed to bilingual French and American education of the highest standard, our mission is to prepare students of many origins to be thinkers, innovators, and leaders, by preparing them to be model citizens of the future.
We inspire and motivate each student to excel academically and learn the importance of being proud of the effort we put in what they do.
We encourage the self-exploration as an individual in order to find out what are the true interests and talents, while we embrace diversity as a mind opener and room for tolerance that will make our students foster the unity of communities filled with values of integrity, responsibility for their environment, and contribution to a better world.
To prepare our students today to be thinkers, innovators, and leaders of tomorrow. Our school has always drawn on the strength of our French and American foundation to create a unique bilingual, pluricultural learning experience here in South Florida.
We are providing the most relevant and inspiring education for our students in an interconnected, changing world. Following a process of meticulous self-evaluation, we are proud to present a shared vision that sustains excellence and enables our students to fulfill their potential throughout their lives.
Our community of parents, faculty, staff, students, and developed this plan together, building on our school’s core educational mission and objectives. This strategy affirms a path on which the Lycée Franco-Americain has already embarked and which identifies what we need to do to remain the best school we can in the years to come.
We are Non-Profit
We are a Non-Profit School operating entirely on private funds, donations, and tuitions.
Lycée Franco- Américain International School was founded by Dr. Jacqueline Hoy in 1997, as a two-way (French / English) immersion program from
Pre-K to 6th grade.
In 2018, Antonio Rodrigues who had lived in France for the past 25 years, acquired the school with the vision of integrating updated educational technology tools, as well as a more comprehensive program that included the awareness of the environmental issues we face today, and the strengthening of values in our children.
Beyond everything that we do every day, we also wanted to share with you newsletters, articles, and more to keep you updated and informed about our school's milestones, participation in community events, and the latest things you should know about education and parenting in today's world.
We care about our planet
Because there is only one home for us
As part of our philosophy, we believe in the importance of awareness about environmental issues that affect our planet and all living beings that belong to The Earth.
In an effort for contributing to our planet conservation, we are minimizing the unnecessary printing of paper copies.
Therefore, our forms are now all digitalized and we are also implementing digital formats for some evaluations and practice activities that children complete in school and as homework.
We value any recycling initiatives, for this reason, we also have planned some activities related to this important matter that is part of our responsibilities as citizens of the world.