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LCS welcomes Year 11 and Year 12 International Students

Lycée Condorcet is an international French school that welcomes students of all nationalities and backgrounds. We teach the French national curriculum from age 3 to year 12, and offer our students three different graduating diploma options; the academically renowned BAC or French Baccalaureate, the IB High-school diploma.

We are able to welcome international students for both short-term and long-term enrolments starting year 11. If you are a French-speaker, you may join Lycée Condorcet at any age and for any period of time, whereas English speakers may join our 2-year International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in year 11 and year 12.

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LCS offers students 3 graduation diploma options


Baccalaureate (IB)

The IB diploma programme is a two-year end of secondary school program available at schools in 150 different countries across the globe.

The programme is rigorous, challenging and extremely rewarding, with pupils able to choose their own subjects and focus on areas that they are interested in and passionate about. The diploma, taught in English but with French as a compulsory subject, is globally recognised and renowned for preparing well-rounded students that excel in higher education and international careers.

Baccalaureate (BAC)

The French Baccalaureate, the ‘Bac’, is an internationally recognised diploma which is often considered a reference when evaluating general cultural knowledge, critical thinking and academic progress.

The programme is demanding, comprehensive and adaptable, with a wide range of subjects, specialisations and options including science, geopolitics, mathematics, sports, literature, philosophy and foreign languages. The programme is taught at a native French level, with C1 being the recommended level for students joining the programme.


French Baccalaureate International Option (BFI)

The international version of the French Baccalaureate Diploma is called the BFI, le Baccalauréat Français International.

This diploma is an integrated Franco-British school-leaving certificate, combining the French Baccalaureate, taught in French at a C1 level, with extra subjects examined to English A-level standard studied over the course of two years.

Why Sydney and Lycée Condorcet?

Lycée Condorcet de Sydney is a fantastic option for students wishing to get the absolute best out of their last years of high school. At LCS, you will be immersed in a multicultural environment with a global outlook on education, while being challenged to reach your full academic potential. Nestled in sunny Maroubra, close to major Australian universities, the Central Business District, the airport and Sydney’s spectacular beaches, LCS is a gateway to top higher education institutions across the world.

We prepare students for the globally-renowned secondary school education diplomas:

The IB Diploma, the French Baccalaureate, and the French BFI, and offer elite programmes in surfing, swimming, tennis and badminton. We are proud of our student-first approach; with smaller class sizes and a lower teach-to-student ratio, LCS provides a more individualised learning experience.

Sydney is an ideal destination for foreign students due to its multicultural environment, top-ranked universities, excellent quality of life, diverse job opportunities, and vibrant cultural scene. In addition, Sydney’s efficient and reliable public transport system makes it easy for students to navigate the city and access all that it has to offer.

Student Visa Information

Lycée Condorcet de Sydney has access to a limited number of student visa places for those who wish to come and study in Australia on a Cricos visa. Due to the large number of candidates, the school carries out a selection process. The student and the parents or guardians must all submit a personal letter stating their motivations, as well as three references from current or former teachers.

Please note that, in addition to the school fees, accommodation fees must be paid by the family to the host family when applicable. Students who come to study in our school without their family will have to contact Global Experience or Study Vision for hosting.

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An unforgettable French High School experience in Sydney, Australia!

A unique opportunity to join top-caliber educational programs, travel, make new friends, practice your sport, and study in this wonderful destination. 

With three graduating diplomas to choose from, you can make your last High School years an experience to cherish. 

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