Established in 1962, the French School of Kuala Lumpur (LFKL) is a non-profit school, managed by a board of elected parents. The school is part of the AEFE (Agency for French Education Abroad) a unique and worldwide network of almost 500 French schools in 137 countries with a total number of 335 000 pupils, two thirds of whom are non-French citizens.
The LFKL gathers 730 students from 47 countries. From kindergarten to high school, students follow a French curriculum leading to the French Baccalauréat.
In an international learning environment, they benefit from a high standard education that includes cultural, artistic, technical, scientific, literary and sports activities at attractive school fees.
The school offers a multicultural education provided by qualified French teachers attached to the Ministry of National Education and by professional English native-speaking teachers.
Pupils have the opportunity to learn several languages: English, German, Spanish, Malay, Chinese and Latin.
They pass language exams every year and receive international language certifications (Cambridge Exam, IELTS, DELF, DELE, HSK).
The school is known for its outstanding results at the French national examinations (100% success rate at the Baccalaureate, with 90% of Graduation with honours at the 2018 session).
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