Caroline (Wolf) Naralasetty returned to the Lycée Français de New York in February to direct the school's Development Office. As a child, she was a student in the Primary School. She talked with us about her work in philanthropy. Read more here...
Quatre élèves de 3ème du Lycée Français de New York étaient à San Francisco la semaine dernière pour participer à la finale du "Social Entrepreneurship Week-end". Ils ont aussi pu visiter les locaux de Google. Retour en images. > more
Ce vendredi, ce sont les collégiens du Lycée qui affrontent St. Hilda et St. Hugh’s School. Ce sont les Boys qui commencent et ce sont NOS boys qui ouvrent le score mais l’équipe de St. Hugh’s est nettement plus offensive, très … > more
On Monday, December 19th, the Lycée Français de New York held its first annual Day of Understanding, a celebration dedicated to the many ways in which we identify ourselves. It was the culmination of months of activities across the Primary … > more
I’ve lived in Nepal for more than two years now, and there hasn’t been a day when I haven’t thought of earthquakes. I knew I was moving to an earthquake zone that geologists warned was overdue for a massive quake, … > more
How did you come to be at the Lycée Français de New York? My family moved to New York from the Central African Republic in 1996. My mother was working for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) at the time, … > more