Originally reserved for children of expatriate French nationals, the school’s reputation for quality academic schooling spread and in 1982, the school was open to families from all nationalities and linguistic backgrounds.
Lycée students are educated in a truly multicultural and multilingual environment preparing them to become responsible citizens and leaders in a global community.
These schools teach the Alberta Education curriculum in French. 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.
They receive a stellar French education augmented by important Canadian content. Graduates have a deep understanding of both the European culture in which they are educated and the Canadian culture into which they are integrated.
This school year, 96% of the teachers delivering the French curriculum have received their teaching credentials from the French Ministry of Education.
The Alberta curriculum is taught in English by English speakers.
We are the only school in Calgary to be a member of this prestigious network.
Students can move from one establishment to another, allowing families to relocate or students to spend a trimester or a year abroad. To learn more visit the Agency for French Education Abroad's website.