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Take It Slow

Jamie, your primary role is as an English Teacher, but you also have been developing and implementing mindfulness at the Lycée for three years now, offering students brief sessions with their peers during the school day. I would like to … > more

October 19, 2017 | Featured, Innovative Teaching, Primary, Secondary, Social and Emotional Learning

Fête Foraine at the Lycée!

What is the Fête Foraine? The Fête Foraine is the Fall community event for the school, replacing the Fall festival. It’s a fun family event for all ages. Fête Foraine is the French name for a carnival or fun fair. … > more

October 19, 2017 | Community, Featured

European Day of Languages

This year, instead of having several “Languages days”, we decided to focus on one day only. To make the experience more meaningful for the students, with the help of the Cultural Center, we were able to invite artists so the … > more

September 29, 2017 | Bilingualism, Community, Cultural Events, Featured, Innovative Teaching, Secondary

Nutrition Week : Les conseils d’une experte

Huguette grew up in France in a family where fresh ingredients and healthy meals were paramount. Her curiosity about different foods and flavours grew as she started traveling the world, first to Israel and then to Asia before finally coming … > more

September 28, 2017 | Featured, Innovative Teaching

Rayonnement for the Lycée

This past week was a significant one for France, with newly elected President Emmanuel Macron joining a team from his cabinet for the opening of the UN General Assembly. The Lycée and, most important, Lycée students were part of these diplomatic events. > more

September 22, 2017 | Community, Cultural Events, Featured

Éduquer pour lutter contre les préjugés

Le renouveau de la Mission du Lycée nous rappelle que nous et nos élèves devons être ouverts à la diversité. Mais comme Vannina Boussouf nous l'explique, la simple exposition à la diversité n'est pas suffisante. > more

September 15, 2017 | Community, Featured, Innovative Teaching, Primary

Résolutions de rentrée

C'est la rentrée. Cependant très vite à New York débute la course contre la montre : elle nous rattrape et anéantit vite nos promesses d’organisation d’une année scolaire idéale à s’occuper d’un enfant radieux. Quelques conseils pour parer au marathon de New York. > more

August 12, 2017 | Featured, Leadership, Primary, Social and Emotional Learning

Prix Lycéen du Livre d’Économie

Supervised by their economics and social studies teacher, Victoire Patouillard, and librarian, Maud Léger, a group of eleventh graders participated in the special lycéen Book Prize in Economics and Social Sciences. Take a look at their work and find out which books they loved the most.
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June 11, 2017 | Featured, Secondary

Antoine Guilloppé en résidence

Lorsque le premier jour, je pénètre dans une classe de CE2, Antoine Guilloppé explique aux enfants son passionnant métier auquel il est parvenu après de longues années de travail. Les enfants sont attentifs et certains d’entre eux sont déjà plongés … > more

June 9, 2017 | Artist in Residence, Arts, Cultural Events, Featured, Primary

“Les bilingues ont une plus grande sensibilité à la communication”

Le bilinguisme est bien plus que la somme de deux monolinguismes, selon la directrice de l'école primaire qui s'exprime dans une interview sur son approche de l'enseignement des langues. > more

June 9, 2017 | Bilingualism, Featured, Leadership, Primary