A lycée (pronounced lee-seh) is a type of school that teaches a curriculum approved by the French Ministry of Education.
In France, a lycée is the second and last stage of secondary education in the French education system.
Outside of France, a lycée is more commonly known as a type of school that teaches a curriculum that is approved by the French Ministry of Education.
When you enroll your child in a lycée, you join a network of 495 schools in 137 countries.
In Canada, there are eight lycées. Lycée Louis Pasteur is the only school in Calgary to be a member of this prestigious network.
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