Lycée Franco-Libanais Verdun

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Lycée Verdun
Established 1951
Type Private school
Affiliations AEFE, MLF
Principal Patrick Le Royer
Founder AEFE
Grades 1 - 12
Location Rue Verdun,
Beirut, Lebanon
Yearbook Yearly
Languages French, Arabic, English, Spanish, German, Italian
Website http://www.lycee-verdun.edu.lb

The Lycée Franco-Libanais Verdun, commonly known as the Lycée Verdun, is a French lycée located in the upscale Rue Verdun in Beirut, Lebanon. It was founded in 1951 by the Agence pour l'enseignement français à l'étranger, a French governmental organization which operates French lycées around the world.

The school follows both the official French curriculum of study which prepares the students to take the French general baccalauréat, and the Lebanese curriculum which prepares students for the Lebanese baccalauréat.

1999 marked the first year in which 12th grade students graduated from the school.

The ADAL association (Association Des Anciens Du Lycée Verdun) formed in 2003, reunites all the Alumni Lycée students in gatherings at school and external recreational events to keep links between students old and new.

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