Our approach at LFT is to give students an authentic French Lycée education augmented by key Canadian content. The school curriculum is laid out by the French Ministry of National Education and is then enhanced with Canadian cultural classes and experiences. This dual approach creates responsible citizens equipped for the world of tomorrow.
LFT is the only school in Toronto to offer a rigorous French education from Pre-K to Grade 12 paired with a Canadian perspective as well as artistic, cultural, athletic and extracurricular activities. By following the French Education system, LFT sets the highest academic standards as we prep our students for the French Baccalauréat, which places particular attention on language, literature, math, science, history and geography.
Since 2000, the year in which the first graduating class took the Baccalauréat examinations, our students’ results have been excellent, averaging 75% passing the exam with distinction. At LFT we are proud to say that we have a 100% pass rate – that speaks volumes for our curriculum, students and staff.
With small class sizes and a human approach to teaching, our faculty strives to make an impact on the lives of our students. They are dedicated professionals who see to it that each student gets the attention they need. Most of our teachers have diplomas from the French Education system and a French Baccalauréat. Teachers of English classes are accredited Ontario teachers and in fact, all language Teachers teach in their native language.
Our approach to Canadian culture creates an enriching connection for students. With school trips, cultural weeks, charity work and community service, they experience the best this country has to offer. This blend of French and Canadian fosters a multi-cultural community that prides itself on social responsibility.
- 100% success rate on the BAC
- 100% university attendance with 75% in English-language universities
- 75% attend university in Canada including McGill, UofT, Queens and UBC
- Every year we also send students to top American, British and French universities