Certified by the French Ministry of National Education and bound by a convention to the French government, the Lycée Français de Singapour provides a formal education not only to French students residing in Singapore, but also to students of all nationalities who are not French-speakers.
Great campus and facilities, and used to have a great reputation before the COVID crisis. Unfortunately, they’ve shown their incapacity of providing adequate and relevant HBL curriculum in 2020 and 2021. They also demonstrated over the past 18 years a total disregard towards our kids' education privileging their own selfish agenda and showing typical French arrogance.
Anna, 25/05/2020 @ 15:19:49
Music & Arts
The LFS or IFS is an excellent school with amazing scores and great work ethics. The students are encouraged to pursuit extracurricular activities such as art, music and sport within the establishment.
The French school in Singapore from pre-school to high school.
A sprawling campus with many top notch facilities. There is a bilingual curriculum from pre-school onward that is run in coordination with Cambridge University.
The security staff is the nicest in town and there is even a cafe for parents to socialize and wait for the kids.
The bus service is large and covers most of the island.
The Lyçée Français de Singapore, commonly known as the Singapore French School and/or LFS is a pre-K through 12 school that is open to native French speakers from all over the world. It has a world-class campus and strictly adheres to the French program as defined by the French Ministry of Education. It also offers advanced English for bilingual students. Graduates of LFS have some of the highest marks of all french schools around the world. They also gain access to the most elite post secondary schools. Tuition at the Singapore French School, considered expensive compared to other french schools, is nonetheless far less expensive than nearly all other international schools in Singapore. This school has excellent facilities, personnel, community, and most importantly, students.