Campus Life || Vie Scolaire

Give the pupils something to do, not something to learn; and the doing is of such a nature as to demand thinking; learning naturally results. John Dewey

As brilliant an educational thinker as Mr. Dewey was, there are many times when you just have to open a book and study.

On the other hand, one can't get a complete view of the world from books or a computer. In this way, Dewey perfectly captures Le Lycée’s campus life in this quote. Everything about life at Le Lycée is concerned with growth and learning. The six campuses and their programs are carefully designed to promote experiences that “demand thinking” whether it results in learning academics, proper social behavior, global awareness, creativity, sportsmanship, or organization and leadership skills. Le Lycée campus life is about nurturing students to enter the world and be the best they can at whatever they choose to do. This takes a special environment and Le Lycée provides it.

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