Inspired leadership allows us to maintain our position as a leading educational and cultural institution.
About our Head of School
Lycée Louis Pasteur is led by the Head of School, Frédéric Canadas.
Mr. Canadas holds a French teaching credential, a Bachelor’s degree in Science of Education, as well as a Master’s degree in Education (teaching French as a Second Language) and a DESS (Diplômes d’Études Supérieures Spécialisées – Post-Graduate Diploma), in creating and using multimedia resources for language learning.
He has over 30 years of experience in international, bilingual and French education, including many years of practice in multicultural and multilingual environments, in 7 countries and 4 different continents. Trilingual in French, English and Spanish, he has been a speaker, trainer and workshop leader in bilingual education best practices for teachers and administrators. Before coming to Lycée Louis Pasteur, he was the Head of School at Ecole Bilingue de Berkeley, United States, for 15 years.
Board of Directors
Lycée Louis Pasteur Society is a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Elected during the Annual General Meeting, the Board sets the strategic direction for the school and supports the Head of School and staff in maintaining the high standards of excellence at Lycée Louis Pasteur.
List of current directors:
MINCHER, Phillip – Chair of the Board of Directors
LAFAY, Benoît – Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors
PLOMBIN, Charlotte – Secretary
POUND, Jennifer – Treasurer
CANADAS, Frédéric – Head of School (ex-officio)
COLEMAN, Heather – Director
DE SILVA, Gitane – Director
FRENCH, Lisa – Director
HOULT, Ryan – Director
KASSAN, Anusha – Director
GILANI, Nazimah – Director
LEFEBVRE, David – Director
OLLEY, Stuart – Director
The Head of School presides over School Council. It is comprised of members from all stakeholder groups including: staff, administration, parents and students.
School Council meets a minimum of three times during the school year to discuss pedagogy and everyday school issues.