Calgary’s leading private French school, in the community of southwest Altadore.
Our goal is to provide our students with the platform, tools, and resources to develop skills and characteristics that will act as passports to the world.
A bilingual education is one of the most precious gifts you can give your child.
The decisions you make during their childhood impact their future.
DUAL COUNTRY CURRICULUM
Lycée Louis Pasteur teaches the French Ministry of Education and Alberta Education curricula. We are the only school in Calgary to offer programming of this nature.
When you enroll your child at the Lycée, you join a network of over 500 schools in close to 140 countries that students can easily move from one establishment to study at another.
We are the only school in Calgary to be a member of this prestigious network.
Lycée Louis Pasteur offers a unique approach in teaching. From our full-day preschool classes, to our French Language Intensive Program (FLIP), all the way up to our grade 12 curriculum – our teachers and staff are dedicated to providing guidance and support for a well-rounded academic experience.
Our students come from multiple countries around the globe, and many of our students choose to study abroad with our participation in the AEFE network and hundreds of interchangeable Lycée schools around the world. Whether you choose a path for your child that stays local or explores international charters, we bring to you an academic experience that is filled with multicultural diversity.
Our full-day French Preschool Program allows your child to develop learning fundamentals and prepares them for Kindergarten.
Our full-day Kindergarten Program allows your child to learn French, to socialize with others and to acquire the basics of learning, reading, writing, numeracy, preparing them for Elementary school.
In our elementary program, students learn to take initiative, develop healthy work habits, and organize their time - skills that are critical for future educational and professional success.
During Junior High, students transition from a class-based program to a subject-based program and prepare for official Grade 9 exams such as the Provincial Achievement Test and the Diplôme National du Brevet from the French Ministry of Education.
Our High School program prepares students to receive their Alberta High School Diploma and the French Baccalauréat awarded by the French Ministry of Education and recognized for university entrance throughout the world.
Our French Language Immersive Program a unique program intended for new students enrolling Grades 1 & 2 with little or no prior exposure to French language.