Located in the heritage town of Ang Mo Kio, this large all-through school has been delivering a French curriculum to expat students since 1993 – and has plans to expand its capacity by an extra 2,000 students.
The Lycée Français de Singapour (French School of Singapore) is a well-established all-through school that offers a French and international education to students across two campuses in the North-East region of Singapore. Located in Ang Mo Kio, the school has a primary school at its new AMK 2900 campus, and a middle and high school at its original AMK 3000 campus next door. Students share facilities including swimming pools, gymnasiums, sports fields, a stadium, a climbing wall and technology labs.
With a largely French expat population of 2,800 children, Lycée Français de Singapour follows the French curriculum that works towards the Diplome National du Brevet at middle school, and the Baccalauréat diploma at high school. Students have the option of joining a French-English programme at primary level and an international stream at middle and high school. There’s a strong focus on languages – Mandarin, Spanish, German and Latin – and students can choose to sit language exams at IGCSE, APTIS, DELF, IELTS, YCT and HSK level for Mandarin, certificates of the Cervantes Institute for Spanish, and the Goethe Institute for German.
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