The Lycée Français International de Delhi is part of a network of schools under the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE). The school was established in 1962 and currently enrolls over 350 students from over 40 countries in classes from Pre-K (toute petite section - 2 year olds) up to 12th grade (terminale).
Teaching corresponds to the French curriculum. Within this framework, the Lycée Français International de Delhi promotes the values of French educational system in addition to its regular role defined in the School Charter.
The school has a resolute objective to focus on learning languages, excellent exam results and openness to the Indian culture.
At LFID, while we are working alongside the majority French community, we whole-heartedly welcome students of various nationalities. From kindergarten years to the final school year, all students benefit from the highly recognized academic standards and excellence set by the French National School Educational curriculum.
French and English actively promoted at the primary levels, followed by English taught in classes at the secondary level, show that attainment of fluency and importance given to other languages, apart from French, remains a high priority for us.
The School Charter is committed to the idea that after attainment of the Baccalauréat (French School-leaving certificate) further opportunities are available to students, to join French higher educational institutions or foreign universities.
The LFID is also a friendly and open environment towards the host country, offering extra-curricular activities. This site showcases this dynamic spirit, the strong commitment of our school team, as well as parents, fully engaged in supporting their students on their path towards becoming successful, responsible and thriving citizens.
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