About our school
About our school
The International French School of Sydney is approved and regulated by French authorities. This approval means that the teaching at the school conforms to French education programs. The school is accredited to prepare students for the French secondary exams (Diplôme National du Brevet and the Baccalauréat). Regular inspections are organised by the AEFE (Agency for French Teaching Abroad). The International French School of Sydney is also a French exam centre for the whole of Australia.
The school is regulated by the French government: this regulation allows the school access to teachers who are wholly 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, allows, 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).
Lycée Condorcet also offers the International Baccalaureate. The International Baccalaureate classes are taught in English.
The school is also registered with the NSW government as a specialist school from maternelle to Year 10. The school is not only a public school (by reason of its connection to the AEFE) but also belongs to the Association of Independent Schools (AIS). It does not belong to the NSW Public Education System.
Schooling at the International French School of Sydney
MATERNELLE (3 to 5 years of age)
PRIMARY SCHOOL (6 to 11 years of age)
SECONDARY SCHOOL (11 to 18 years of age)
Upper Secondary (15 to 18 years of age)
INTERNATIONAL SECTION (in English)