Lycée Blog


College Applications: Tips from Recent Grads on Where and When to Apply

In preparation for the upcoming field trips to NYU, Marist and Vassar (for students who are thinking of applying to university), our College Counseling office recently invited five recent alumni to talk about their own experiences with the college admissions … LEARN MORE +

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...


A Gala for Service and Unity

All you need to know for LFNY Gala 2017, February 4th at the Park Avenue Armory! LEARN MORE +

Letter from Nepal

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, … LEARN MORE +

De New York à Lagos

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, … LEARN MORE +

Amital Isaac ‘07, le journalisme dans la peau

Lorsqu’on demande à cette jeune journaliste ce qui lui reste de ses années au Lycée Français de New York, ce sont les mots ouverture, multiculturalisme, multilinguisme et culture générale qui reviennent le plus souvent. LEARN MORE +

Matriculations for the Class of 2016

Whether pursuing studies in the US, France, the UK, Canada or other parts of Europe, the students of the Class of 2016 chose carefully, with a marked increase applications to the UK. Here’s where they ultimately chose to go. LEARN MORE +

Qui est Victor Soskice (’41) ?

Victor Soskice en uniforme militaire en 1943. Qui était Victor Soskice ?  Victor Soskice était élève au LFNY, durant l’année scolaire 1940-1941. Il se destinait à une carrière diplomatique et était allé étudier à Georgetown University, mais il a renoncé à … LEARN MORE +

Clément Lenoble ’98 Talks Music Choices & Lycée Souvenirs

LFNY alumnus, jazz musician Clément Lenoble '98, shares his passion for music and takes us down memory lane with a few childhood memories from the Lycée. LEARN MORE +

“Don’t Stress Over College Results,” LFNY Alumni Say

Three LFNY alumni have answered our questions about their college experience. They also look back on what college admissions were like and provide a few tips for current students and their parents. LEARN MORE +