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Prix Lycéen du Livre d’Économie

Supervised by their economics and social studies teacher, Victoire Patouillard, and librarian Maud Léger, a group of 11th graders participated in a special lycéen Book Prize in Economics and Social Sciences. Take a look at their work and find out which books they loved the most. 


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June 11, 2017
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Antoine Guilloppé en résidence

From March 27th to March 31st, our third graders welcomed Antoine Guilloppé, children’s book author and illustrator with a very specific skill set: laser cutouts. For an entire week, our five classes traveled deep into the stunning universe of this magical storyteller.


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June 9, 2017
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“Les bilingues ont une plus grande sensibilité à la communication”

“Bilingualism is much more than the sum of two languages,” says Vannina Boussouf, director of the Lycée’s Primary School in this interview.


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June 9, 2017
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Alive Inside

Music frees the mind.  Such is the lesson learned by one of the 4eme1 advisory groups.  Inspired by the documentary Alive Inside, which focuses on Music and Memory, a therapeutic program that brings personalized music to individuals with memory loss, the group volunteered in a memory-loss unit that runs this treatment at a 1000-bed city facility on the northern tip of Roosevelt Island.


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May 12, 2017
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Varsity Boys Vs. Calhoun

Varsity Boys Volleyball played its biggest rival on Friday April 28: the Calhoun School. The stakes were high as Calhoun, UNIS and the Lycée competed for the top two places and a chance at the NYCAL semi-finals. We’ll play Calhoun in a rematch at the finals at Calhoun on Friday, May 12 at 4:25 pm! We hope lots of you come! Go Lynx!!


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May 6, 2017
September 04, 2017
Labor Day - School Closed

September 05, 2017
First Day of School - first to 12th grades

September 06, 2017
First Day of School - Preschool