Secondary School

Junior Secondary School

The transition into Secondary School is an important rite of passage for our students. From age 11 to 15, students begin getting familiarised with the teaching methods of Secondary School and preparing for the French national diploma (DNB). All throughout Junior Secondary School, students delve into important subjects that they have touched on briefly in Elementary School. The curriculum in Junior Secondary School intense but varied, and our teachers are all specialised in their areas and subjects.


In Junior High, students reinforce their knowledge and understanding of the following subjects:

Biology and Geology
Physics and Chemistry
Arts: Music and Visual Arts
Sport and Physical Education
History and Geography

Students also receive integrated, personalised support (AP) (3 hours in Year 6 and 1 hour from Year 7-9).

English: 5 hours per week plus specific subjects taught in English:

1 hour of Music
1 hour of Visual Arts
1 hour of Mathematics (Year 6)
1 hour of Technology (Year 7)
1 hour of History and Geography (Year 8)
1 hour of Physics (Year 9)

In Year 7, students can choose either Latin or Mandarin as an elective, and can begin learning a second language (Spanish or German). Students will do one hour per week of each language for one trimester each as an introduction before deciding which language they wish to learn from then on.


Secondary school students in the science laboratory
Junior High School students in class

Senior Secondary School

From Year 10 to Year 12, LCS provides bilingual education of an exceptional standard and prepares students for the baccalaureate and entry into higher education (French and international). Click here to watch the senior high school presentation. Lycée Condorcet offers three routes to higher education:

– The French Baccalaureat

– The Extended British Programme

– The International Baccalaureate