A nest of green turtles that is. Each year Zachary Tower and his mother Alexandra Tower - Prof of Environmental Biology- adopt an endangered species as a holiday gift to the class.
Buy your Gala Tickets Online
(purchased before December 15)
$300 each ticket
$3,000 for a table of 10
Le Lycée is very proud to announce that French professor Mrs. Lemesle won the prestigious "Louis Forest Prize of the Chancellery of the Universities of Paris" for her doctoral thesis, entitled "Eugène Ionesco en ses réécritures : le travail de la répétition".
She travelled to Paris to receive the prize in person on December 5. Congratulations!
Books for the ages 7-10 are on sale all this week (Dec 11-15) at the Overland Elementary Library from 3-4:30pm.
Global Outreach Sweatshirts and Hoodies Order Online Now and help support the "Save the Children" charity. These will be on sale through December 15 and delivered in early January 2018.
The LA Food Drive took place on all campuses from Nov 1-16. Thanks to your generous donations we are able to collect 3,082 lbs of food, exceeding our 2017 goal of 2,800 pounds.
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If you need Vidigami to resend the invite please email larson@lyceeLA.org
One of Le Lycee’s own, Mr. Steve Frank, has authored a book called 'Armstrong & Charlie'. Congratulations!
Le Lycée ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE and HIGH SCHOOL are coming together to collect toys for The “I HAVE A DREAM” Foundation (https://www.ihadla.org/). We’ll be collecting toys for 5th Grader Boys and Girls (ages 9/10) and 8th Grade Boys and Girls (ages 12/13). Toys will be delivered to the Los Angeles chapter on December 12— we are looking for 3 volunteers (with big cars) who can bring collected gifts to the foundation. Watch the video here
Campus 55, Century City and Pacific Palisades are collecting toys for the SPARK OF LOVE charity, delivering the donations to the local fire station.
"The Global Outreach Club" is a Lycée High School student-led group that fundraises and volunteers in support of different organizations each semester. Stay tuned - they will be starting their annual Sweatshirt sale soon!
French television station TF1 filmed on the Elementary, Middle and High School campuses October 2 through October 5. They made a short-clip and a longer broadcast video. Both are also available on Le Lycée Facebook site.
The station was filming a documentary for their popular program called "50 Minutes Inside" which has been broadcasting since 2006. It airs on Saturdays from 5:55 to 7:50pm and is presented by French celebrities Sandrine Quétier and Nikos Aligas with over 3 720 000 viewers. The program reports on trends, celebrity news, travel and stories of interest.
High School students reserve your place now for this summer's European tour!
It was a very important week for the Middle School! The students once again participated in that time honored tradition of Student Body Council and elected their representatives: Student Body Council, Class President and Vice-President.
The High School also held elections. Congratulations go to:
President - Milla Ghandour
Vice President - Juliette Cornet
Secretary - Deema Basrawi
"The Parent Committee's Happy Hour Social kicked off on September 28 at Bouchon to great success.
Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles was featured this month in the popular French magazine "Gala" - a magazine similar to "People".
Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles is proud to announce its Sixth Annual Career Day which will take place the morning of Friday, December 8th, 2017 at the Raymond and Esther Kabbaz High School, from 9am to 1pm.
We would be delighted to have you as a Career Day 2017 Speaker. Please, click on the link below to sign-up before October 20th, 2017.
The first edition of the "Lycée Link" - the school's all-school e-newsletter was published today.
If you have a story or event to share, please let us know.