Lycée Français de San Francisco

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Lycée Français de San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Non-sectarian
Established 1967
Proviseur Philippe Legendre

The Lycée Français de San Francisco (LFSF), previously known as the Lycée Français La Pérouse,[1] is a private school in the San Francisco Bay Area. It covers elementary, middle, and high school grades. It has a primary campus and a secondary campus in San Francisco and a primary campus in Sausalito in Marin County.[2]

It allows students to study for the French baccalauréat and the American high school diploma. The program is based on the French national curriculum, augmented by courses in English, American History, American and English literature, and Visual Arts. All other subjects are taught in French.


The school was founded in 1967. The French School of Marin merged with the LFSF in 1986.[2]

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  1. ^ "Welcome to the Lycée Français La Pérouse." Lycée Français La Pérouse. March 25, 2002. Retrieved on August 26, 2013.
  2. ^ a b "Welcome to the Lycée Français de San Francisco." Lycée Français de San Francisco. Retrieved on March 3, 2013.

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Coordinates: 37°45′07″N 122°28′36″W / 37.75194°N 122.47667°W / 37.75194; -122.47667