Lycee Francais de Kuala Lumpur (LFKL) or the French School of Kuala Lumpur was established in 1962 which has faced a rapid development since then. The school follows an ambition of preparing students to face the world and the challenges of the 21st century.
Kuala Lumpur French School (LFKL) is a non-profit school, run by an appointed parent council. The institution has signed a convention with the AEFE (French Education Abroad Agency) and enjoys backing from the French authorities. AEFE is a remarkable global network of approximately 500 French schools in 137 nations with a total of 335 000 students, two-thirds of whom are non-French nationals.
The school is enriched with a cultural richness which reflects in the way lectures are delivered. The school considers each individual to be an important factor in the success of the school. The school strives hard to instill confidence in students. The school works in close collaboration with parents and draws a lot of power from them.
The school embraces 730 students from 47 countries, from creche school to high school. LFKL learners pursue a French curriculum which leads to a European segment of the French Baccalaureate. They benefit from a high standard of education that involves activities such as cultural, artistic, technological, science, literary and sports.
Lycee Francais de Kuala Lumpur (LFKL) offers the French curriculum to students from primary through secondary levels. Students obtain the French Baccalaureate at the end of the end of their education journey in the school. Classes are supported by trained French teachers linked to the Ministry of National Education and Native-speaking skilled English teachers. By educational activities the LFKL provides an early English curriculum for kindergarten students, taking into account the complexity of their language levels.
In secondary school, aside from English, students have the chance to learn four other languages (German, Spanish, Mandarin and Bahasa Melayu) and each year may receive international certifications (Cambridge, DELF, DELE, IELTS) for it. At the culmination of academic studies most LFKL students become bilingual or trilingual.
Lycee Francais de Kuala Lumpur (LFKL) boasts a faculty team which consists of French teachers who are attached to the Ministry of National Education and professional English teachers. The school offers cross-curricular studies which starts from lower secondary school reforms where students get a meaning to learning and understand the importance of group work.
Lycee Francais de Kuala Lumpur (LFKL) encourages students to pursue a number of sporting and cultural activities. Students can be a part of the choir, learn plastic arts, judo, mandarin, badminton, swimming and other activities.