Lycée Français International de Tokyo

The Lycée Français International de Tokyo (LFI Tokyo, Japanese: 東京国際フランス学園 Tōkyō Kokusai Furansu Gakuen) is a French international school in Takinogawa (滝野川), Kita, Tokyo, serving levels Kindergarten through high school. It is a part of the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE, according to its French name).[1] At one time the school was located in Chiyoda, and its name was the Lycée Franco-Japonais de Tokyo (日仏学園 Nichifutsu Gakuen).[2]

Lycée Français International de Tokyo
東京国際フランス学園
Address
Lycée Français International de Tokyo
Lycée Français International de Tokyo
Lycée Français International de Tokyo
5-57-37 Takinogawa Kita-ku, 114-0023 Tokyo
〒114-0023 東京都北区滝野川5-57-37
Coordinates35.7503°N 139.7236°E / 35.7503; 139.7236
Information
Websitelfitokyo.org

As of 2016 the school's student body had 55 nationalities, and almost 1215 students were Francophone.[1]

Academics

Most courses use French as the medium of instruction.[1]

There is a bilingual French/English section in primary school and a Section européenne for Social Studies section in junior high (lower secondary) school.[1]

High school (upper secondary) students who speak Japanese may enroll in the Option international du Baccalauréat (OIB).[1]

See also

Japanese international schools in France:

References

  1. "Presentation of the LFIT" (Archive). Lycée Français International de Tokyo. Retrieved on May 14, 2014. "Adress : Lycée Français International de Tokyo, 5-57-37 Takinogawa Kita-ku, 114-0023 Tokyo"
  2. "Welcome" (). Lycée Franco-Japonais de Tokyo. Retrieved on 14 May 2014. "1-2-43 Fujimi Chiyoda-ku / 1-2-43 富士見 千代田区 102-0071 Tokyo / 東京 102-0071 "

Further reading

(in Japanese)

  • 藤沼 傑. "すりガラスと樹脂でブレースを隠す : 東京国際フランス学園(東京都北区) 設計者:山下設計+赤堀忍(イトレス&ACD) (これからの学校2013) -- (木や自然エネを生かし老朽校舎再生 学校建築の進化形)." 日経アーキテクチュア (Special), 54-57, 2013-05-25. 日経BP社. See profile at CiNii.
  • "耐震改修した既存校舎と曲線状の新校舎を組み合わせる 東京国際フランス学園 : 設計 山下設計+赤堀忍/イトレス&ACD (特集 地域と共に変化する学校 : 統廃合に伴う小中学校の働きかけ)." 新建築 87(19), 174-181,201-202, 2012-12. 新建築社. See profile at CiNii.
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