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French Play: La vie comme un mensonge

Pour la French Play, nos lycéens ont interprété cette année "La vie comme un mensonge" de Michel Azama, un texte poétique écrit à partir de rencontres avec une centaine d'adolescents de milieu "difficile" qui parlent de l'amour, de l'amitié, de l'avenir. Les élèves se sont confrontés à une autre réalité et ont découvert certaines convergences.
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March 25, 2017 | Arts, Cultural Events, Featured

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Equity, Justice and Media Literacy

Students in ninth to 12th grade spent a recent morning in discussions about questions of race in the American TV series Oz, The Wire and Homeland, with author and expert Dr. Olivier Esteves, a professor at the University of Lille. > more

March 24, 2017 | Cultural Events, Featured, Innovative Teaching, Secondary

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Coming Home

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...

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March 15, 2017 | Alumni, Community, Featured, Fundraising

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Next Generation Social Entrepreneurs

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

March 10, 2017 | Community, Featured, Innovative Teaching, Secondary

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Everybody Needs Sleep!

D'après l'agence nationale française Santé Publique France, beaucoup d'adolescents dorment moins de 7 heures par nuit, alors qu'ils devraient dormir environ 9h30 pour être en forme. Comment expliquer cette baisse du temps de sommeil à l'adolescence et comment préserver ou restaurer à cet âge des nuits de qualité? Les explications ici. > more

March 10, 2017 | Featured, Primary, Secondary, Social and Emotional Learning

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LFNY Robotics

Three cheers for project-based learning! The Lycée’s high- and middle-school robotics teams have worked since the start of the school year to prepare for New York’s Regional Vex Robotics Competition. > more

March 3, 2017 | Co-Curricular Activities, Featured, Innovative Teaching, Project-based Learning, Secondary

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Finding One’s Element

Encouraging students to participate in an "inward" journey of self-discovery and an "outward" journey of interaction with the world sheds light on their paths and vocations for the future. > more

February 28, 2017 | Featured, Head of School

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New York sur les Ondes

Le Lycée Français de New York introduced parcours in the middle school this fall. Developed from a project-based learning approach, these pluridisciplinary classes encourage students to develop their creativity and many different skills working in teams on a final project. In the class, … > more

February 25, 2017 | Digital Learning, Featured, Project-based Learning, Secondary

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Facebook & Co : Pleins feux sur les réseaux sociaux

To analyze the consequences of this phenomenon, Catherine Blaya, professor of science education at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis and who oversees the International Observation Center for Violence in Schools. She was invited by the school and our parents association, … > more

February 24, 2017 | Cultural Events, Featured, Panels

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LFNY TEDx 3rd Edition Takes Flight!

Last year, the Club organized the Lycée’s second-ever TEDxYouth conference. Students and outside speakers were invited to present talks on the theme of “A Drop in the Ocean”: among others, there was a star soccer player, a ballerina, a future … > more

February 24, 2017 | Co-Curricular Activities, Featured, Secondary