High School

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Our High School Program prepares students to receive their Alberta High School Diploma and the French Baccalauréat, a diploma awarded by the French Ministry of Education and recognized for university entrance throughout the world.

High School Program

Our High School Program (Grades 10 to 12) prepares students to receive their Alberta High School Diploma and the French Baccalauréat, a diploma awarded by the French Ministry of Education and recognized for university entrance throughout the world.

With both the Alberta High School Diploma and the French Baccalauréat in hand, students are positioned for local or international post-secondary endeavours.

High School Program

Our High School Program (Grades 10 to 12) prepares students to receive their Alberta High School Diploma and the French Baccalauréat, a diploma awarded by the French Ministry of Education and recognized for university entrance throughout the world.

With both the Alberta High School Diploma and the French Baccalauréat in hand, students are positioned for local or international post-secondary endeavours.

Study Abroad

When you enroll your child at the Lycée, you join a prestigious network work of 495 schools in 137 countries who all teach the curriculum that is approved by the French Ministry of Education.

Lycée students can, therefore, enjoy a trimester or a year abroad in schools around the globe with zero interruption in their course of study.

Students in Grades 9 to 12 are encouraged to take advantage of this amazing opportunity.

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Math, physics, biology, chemistry, history, geography, philosophy, French, Civic Education, are taught in French according to the French curriculum.

A: Approximately 2 hours per week are dedicated to Physical Education in the High School Program.

A: If you have attended schools part of our international network or a school in France, you can attend our High School Program.

If you have not attended an AEFE school or the Lycée, applications will be reviewed on a case by case basis.

For more information, contact admissions@lycee.ca.

A: Unfortunately, we cannot accept students with no prior French experience in the High School Program.
AThere is not specific dress code for High School students. Students’ appearance is to be neat and tidy at all times. Clothing items are to be clean and in good condition. Indoor shoes should have a heel of no more than 2.5 cm.

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