The Arts

Visual 

Art plays an important role in the life of Le Lycée students. From the exploratory finger-painting of preschool to the art shows of elementary school to the serious art classes in middle school to the AP Studio Art classes of high school, the fine arts weave their way dynamically through the life of the school. The most popular field trips are those to the many wonderful art museums in the Los Angeles area. These informative trips open new vistas and creativity to all students who attend.

Through fine arts and digital arts, students are supported in:

  • Developing an aesthetic and visual understanding of the world
  • Taking creative risks
  • Developing their own distinctive style and creative expression

In addition to classroom curriculum,  students are able to hone their visual arts skills and increase their opportunities for practical learning by participating in clubs and and after-school activities.

Choir

Performing

Music, Choir and Bands
Every student should receive a comprehensive musical education to establish the foundation for a lifelong relationship with music. At LyceeLA, music is taught in all grades, and student can join the Choir (4th-8th grade) as well as Rock bands in middle and high school.

Drama - Theater Raymond KabbazDrama classes are scheduled within the school day. Additionally,  courses for those who wish to pursue performing arts to a higher level start are offered in high school. Student performances take place at Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz, which is part of Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles, and a non-profit institution dedicated to the promotion of art and culture in the Los Angeles area. Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz is the only theater in Los Angeles to dedicate a significant part of its programming to French language and culture. This 220-seat theater welcomes multidisciplinary and multicultural shows: theater, music, dance, lectures, screenings.