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LYCEE CONDORCET — THE FRENCH SCHOOL OF SYDNEY


Founded in 1969, the International French School of Sydney now
provides the education of more than 600 students from preschool to Year 12. The
school is open to students of any nationality, but enrolment in classes beyond
Kindergarten will be subject to an assessment of the child’s ability to
communicate in French. Whilst being registered as a school with the NSW Board
of Studies, the French School offers a French curriculum adapted to Australia.

Curriculum: Up to Year 10, compulsory subjects will include French,
English (taught in accordance with NSW curricular), a third language
(Spanish/German), Maths, History/Geography, Biology, Physics, Chemistry,
Computer Studies, PDHD, Music and Art. Latin and Mandarin are also available as
options. Students sit for neither SC nor HSC. At the beginning of Year 11
students choose between two educational options with regards to university
entry qualification: they either study for the French Baccalauréat (courses
delivered in French) or the International Baccalaureate (courses delivered in
English).

Facilities: Library (bilingual), computer room, gymnasium,
auditorium, canteen.

Extracurricular activities: Subject to demand, the school may offer
a variety of activities including theatre, school band, art and craft, nature
club, computer, Mandarin.

Special features: Following the northern hemisphere, the school year
commences mid-August and finishes end of June. There are two blocks of six-week
holidays — one in December/January, the other in July/August — as well as two
periods of two-week holidays at Easter and in October.

Religion Non - denominational
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls
Years Year 1 - Year 12
Enrolment 620 students
Fees: 4k - 8k
fees range from $5725 (primary) to $20,700 (ib class).
Phone
02 9344******* 02 9344 8692
Fax
02 9349******* 02 9349 2626
Address 758 Anzac Parade, Maroubra 2035
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