Lycée Français Inaugurates New Campus
On Thursday, September 15, 2016, Lycée Français of New Orleans inaugurated its new campus, situated on Carrolton Avenue, in the presence of the Consul General, Representative Walter Leger, Councilwoman Susan Guidry and numerous teachers, students and parents.
Since the new school year began, this campus has housed 175 new students (for a total of 750 in the school). It is a great new step in the development of the LFNO, which will, in a few years, become the only public French high school to offer the baccalaureate in the United States.
Vive l’éducation en français pour tous, en Louisiane, grâce au soutien de la France, des autorités locales, et de l’Etat de Louisiane/CODOFIL. Merci et félicitations au LFNO !