Lycée Francais de Dusseldorf (LFdD)
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About Lycée Francais de Dusseldorf (LFdD)


Lycée Francais de Dusseldorf (LFdD) is almost 60 years old. Created on the initiative of a group of parents to educate about fifteen children, the establishment has grown considerably to become today a high school of excellence which attracts not only French students but also, more and more, other nationalities.

Now welcoming more than 600 students, from kindergarten to terminale, it is recognized for the quality of the education provided there, for the results of the students in the exams and for their future after obtaining the baccalaureate.

The pedagogical requirement is one of the strong characteristics of the establishment, registered within the framework of the agreement which binds it to the Agency for the Teaching of French Abroad (AEFE). The teachers therefore follow the programs defined by the Ministry of National Education and they are supported by the network of French establishments abroad to develop a pedagogy that is both solid and innovative, which promotes the acquisition of knowledge and skills. that students need to continue their schooling and, later, their studies.

Exam results reflect both the work of teachers to give students the tools they need to succeed and the commitment of students in their learning journey. They also lie in the ability of all the players in the educational community to mobilize to help them when they feel the need, to motivate them when they run out of steam and to push them to go to the maximum of their abilities when they need it. 'is possible.
With pass rates of 92 to 100% in the Diplôme National du Brevet and the Baccalaureate and an impressive number of mentions, the high school ranks among the best and opens doors to prestigious university courses or to the major French schools: Sciences Po, HEC or Dauphine, for example, for France, Aachen or Princeton, for example, for students pursuing their studies abroad.

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Curriculum

French

Primary Language

French

Ages

3 to 18

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Florence Le Gars, 2 years ago


Clap end after 21 years of LFDD. 2 children, 2x Abibac, 2 successful courses. A big thank you to the teachers (from kindergarten to high school)

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ella lilian, 2 months ago


horrible. worst school of my life. i cant believe i put my poor kids Stephanie and Caleb in this prison. their physics teacher was terrible! Now my kids are Zen in Italy.I recommend everyone to move to Italy for a calm, peaceful, loving life xoxo karen

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lol lol, 2 months ago


I was excluded from this establishment due to my country. I had to leave this school with mental and physical trauma. Thank you for 6 years of mutual suffering.

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Ieo Je, 2 months ago


Would never send my children to school, my friend Gertrude told me that children there are deeply humiliated ...

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