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French International School

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French International School

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French International School

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34 Price Rd, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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+852 2577 6217

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  • Year of Foundation :

    1964

    Age Range :

    3-18

    Enrollment Phase / Grades :

    Preschool, Primary, Secondary, Sixth Form

    Gender :

    CoEducational

    Boarding :

    Day School

    Number of Students :

    2627

    Nationalities :

    40

  • Teacher Student Ratio :

    NA

    Accreditations :

    IBO

    Headmaster :

    Christian Soulard

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Description

The French International School (FIS) is a non-profit, private, co-educational day school for students who want to pursue a multicultural learning experience that encompasses French, International as well as local perspectives. The school’s unique identity is defined by its multicultural community in which students from diverse backgrounds intermingle, learn and grow. As one of the first international schools established in Hong Kong, FIS has a proven legacy spanning more than half a century. The school welcomes students from Kindergarten to Senior Secondary, representing 40 different nationalities, across four campuses in Happy Valley, Jardine’s Lookout, Chai Wan and Hung Hom. In 2018, FIS expects to open a new campus in Tseung Kwan O. Committed to inspiring academic excellence, the French International School offers various educational experiences by providing both the French and English curricula: Linked by convention to the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE – a network of 500 schools under the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs), the French stream follows the French National Education curriculum which leads to the “Diplôme National du Brevet” and the French “Baccalauréat”. The “Option Internationale du Baccalauréat” (American section – OIB), which offers an advanced level of study in English, is also available. The International stream is based on the UK curriculum and leads to the IGCSE (University of Cambridge International Examinations) in Year 11 and the International Baccalaureate (IB) in Year 13.

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