About Lycee Condorcet - The International French School of Sydney
The school is accredited by the French Government. Consequently, the school is allowed to access to teachers who are fully or partly financed by the French state. The French School of Sydney belongs to the network of the AEFE (Agency for French Teaching Abroad). This network, the largest school network in the world, enables, for example, a student to leave New York halfway through the school year and to join a class in Hong Kong or in Sydney to continue his/her schooling following the same syllabus.
The teaching at the International French School of Sydney is carried out by qualified teachers who are either expatriates, residents, or on local contracts, and encompasses all classes from maternelle (3 years of age) to terminale (18 years of age). The school recently introduced the OIB (International option to the Baccalaureate). Students who graduate from the French Bac and the OIB can access any universities they wish due to the excellent ATAR results and international recognition of the French Bac by all universities in Australia and abroad.
Getting to Lycee Condorcet - The International French School of SydneyLycee Condorcet - The International French School of Sydney, 758 Anzac Parade, Maroubra
Lycee Condorcet - The International French School of Sydney Reviews
Pidge Nuggs - 12 days ago
This school was horrendous. The principal accused one of my friends of something they didn't do and took them out of class for several hours and causing them to cry. The school also on of the teachers bullied a student for struggling in a test in front a whole class saying they were a cry baby. I'd give this school 0 stars if I could after what my friends and children experienced.
maldafa fn - 4 months ago
Schools are good for consuming unnecessary high amounts of paper
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