Why the French education system?

Why the French education system?


Attending a school in Australia that follows the French system gives students the opportunity to gain an education in two languages in a multicultural atmosphere.

The French Baccalaureate (FB) and International Baccalaureate (IB) are both internationally recognised and allow students to go on to study at the best schools in France, Australia, the United Kingdom, the US and throughout the world.

In addition, students of Lycée Condorcet Sydney (LCS) consistently achieve excellent baccalaureate results and very high ATAR scores due to the high quality of both our teaching and the French curriculum.

As we are registered with the Agency for French Teaching Abroad (AEFE), students have access to 494 schools in 135 countries with the same teaching philosophy and curriculum should their family relocate during their years of schooling.

The international atmosphere at LCS encourages openness of mind and a cultural tolerance supported by the diversity of nationalities and languages of our students.

“I plan on keeping my children at LCS until the end of high school. My husband and I work in jobs where we could be asked to move to Singapore or Hong Kong at some stage, and I value the fact that the children can remain in the same school network and would be able to go to the French school there.’ Marine Pestel, parent