A group of French schools breathe new life into the French International Lyceum Antwerp | Antwerp

AntwerpFrom now on, the French International School of Antwerp (LFIA) is under the wings of the international group of schools Odyssey. The school will be modernized with a focus on developing educational and sports facilities as well as services and activities for students and their families.

The Odyssey Group is an international French education group whose schools around the world, from pre-primary to secondary, use innovative teaching methods combined with an international vision. Odyssey has sixteen schools around the world, including the French International School of Antwerp (LFIA) since the end of last year, where twenty different nationalities are taught.

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Students are welcomed by a program that combines the academic requirements of the French national education system with their personal and cultural development, from art and music to sports and theatre. The high school offers French and English curricula from kindergarten through high school. What is new is that from September, under the leadership of new director Fabrice Heumann, the Dutch language will also be an integral part of the school curriculum. The secondary school will also offer Dutch workshops and an introduction to Flemish culture for secondary school students.

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The secondary school offers pre-primary, primary and secondary education. © Tessa Crane

Miguel van Ackeré, General Manager of Odyssey Belgium and the LFIA team, wishes to enhance the educational offer and educational experience for students in collaboration with Odyssey Belgium. “We want to plan a gradual renewal of the campus with a focus on developing educational and sports facilities. We will adapt the language program by providing education in French and English and including Dutch in the programme. Finally, we will develop services for students and their families, such as cultural and sports activities.”

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By joining the Odyssey Group, LFIA will also benefit from the benefits of a dynamic and international education network. This means collaborations with many schools around the world, collaborations between students and classes, sharing of best educational practices and joint scientific, sports or cultural projects. There will be close cooperation to ensure that educational projects and material and human investments meet the expectations of all families.

LFIA Administration.
LFIA Administration. © Tessa Crane

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