Lycée Francais de Kuala Lumpur (LFKL) is a not for profit and parents governed school, welcoming 730 students from 47 different countries, from kindergarten to high school. The school, established in 1962, provides an outstanding environment delivering academic excellence that is based on a multilingual teaching.
Our education embraces cultural diversity and promotes an international outlook to empower future generations and make meaningful contributions to our world. LFKL students follow a French curriculum leading to the French Baccalaureate that includes a European section, they benefit from a high standard education that includes cultural, artistic, technical, scientific, literary and sports activities. Courses are provided by qualified French teachers attached to the Ministry of National Education and by professional English native-speaking teachers. The LFKL is also part of the AEFE (Agency for French Education Abroad), a global network of 496 French schools in 137 countries that gathers 355 000 pupils. French schools abroad share a unique curriculum, allowing students to pursue their studies anywhere around the world.
Open to plurilingualism, the LFKL takes into account the diversity of its students and offers a curriculum adapted throughout their schooling. The school offers an early English program for kindergarten students through educational activities, by group level, taking into account the diversity of their language levels. In secondary school, in addition to English, students have the opportunity to learn 4 languages (German, Spanish, Mandarin and Bahasa Melayu) and receive international certifications every year.
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