French School of Lusaka

French School of Lusaka (French: Lycée Français de Lusaka, formerly École française Champollion de Lusaka) is a French international school on the property of the Alliance française campus in Longacres, Lusaka, Zambia. The Embassy of France in Zambia and French families campaigned to have the school established; it opened in 1980 and moved to its current site in September 2005.[1] The school serves preschool through CM2, and using CNED (National Center for Distance Learning) it also serves collège (junior high school) and lycée (senior high school/sixth form) until terminale (final year).[2]

French School of Lusaka
Lycée Français de Lusaka
French School of Lusaka
Alick Nkhata Avenue, Longacres - - Lusaka - Zambia



  1. "Home page" (Archive). French School of Lusaka. Retrieved on May 2, 2015. "Alick Nkhata Avenue, Longacres - PO Box 30948 - Lusaka - Zambia "
  2. "École française Champollion." AEFE. Retrieved on 9 May 2015.
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