Lycée Francais International Porto (LFIP)
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About Lycée Francais International Porto (LFIP)


In the heart of the city of Porto, next to the Serralves Museum, adjacent to the City Park and near the ocean, the Lycée Francais International Porto (LFIP) benefits from an exceptional location. The property of the Association Marius Latour offers to those who study and work there a natural, harmonious and serene environment. It is under these remarkable conditions that our students learn, develop their skills and expand.

The LFIP - Lycée Français International de Porto - is one of the most well-known members of the AEFE abroad. Its renown is due not only to the exceptional conditions it offers, but also to the general spirit it creates and the excellence of the results obtained.These results make us proud, and we owe them mostly to the dedication and professionalism of all the staff at LFIP.

The LFIP is linked to the French government through the AEFE and offers a full learning path, with full approval of all teaching levels, from pre-school (from 3 years – the Maternelle) to the end of secondary school. Since it is a French educational institution, the LFIP adopts and applies the educational aims and the fundamental principles of public secular education in France.

The diversity of opinions, beliefs, languages, and nationalities is accepted in a climate of tolerance, listening and mutual respect. The School is also recognised by the Portuguese authorities, something that allows our students to move to the Portuguese educational system at any time, if they wish.

The Board of Directors of the Marius Latour Association is the executive body which holds the financial and legal responsibility for the school. It creates a budget and is committed to ensuring a sound and balanced financial management, with the aim of improving the facilities and work tools necessary for students’ learning at the LFIP.

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Curriculum

French

Primary Language

French

Ages

3 to 18

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Helena Seabra, 5 months ago


Os meus filhos mais novosfrequentam está escola e estou mais que satisfeita... o mais velho já saiu, formou se com excelente bases de trabalho adquiridas nesta escola e hoje tem um óptimo emprego.

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Mat0s 13, 4 months ago


Muito bonita e feliz

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Joao Carvalho, a year ago


Olá eu frequento esta escola e gosto mesmo muito ensina muito bem e aprendo várias línguas eu recomendo

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Reactive Man, 5 years ago


Private school that runs things in a doubtful manner

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stephane sarrazain, a year ago


Despite a very competent and relatively benevolent educational team, the atmosphere is not very good, and the organization rather questionable, during confinement we received orders to pay something with seizure of a lawyer, a threat free received by many parents, wrongly, and followed a few days later by a very slight word of apology ... But the biggest problem is the atmosphere, it is clear that it is recurring, and poorly managed . Several cases of school harassment proven, but denied by the management. In such situations, the public in France has an OBLIGATION to deal (even if often the stakes are unfortunately not sufficiently perceived). Very bad experience, back to France.

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