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HISTORY
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Our history

Since 1957, the Lycée Français International de Bangkok has been part of a dynamic of cultural and linguistic openness: from a small French embassy school, it has become a benchmark French high school in the Asia-Pacific region, thanks to the support of its long-standing institutional partners.

1957

Birth of the Petite école française de Bangkok, on the Sathorn site

1986

Construction of the new secondary building

1991

- Construction of the second building (primary/secondary) and the CDI
- Signature of first agreement with AEFE (created in 1990)

1992

- 100% direct teaching (elimination of Cned)
- Official birth of the Lycée Français de Bangkok

1996

Relocation of Soi Ruamrudee nursery school

1997

Relocation of Soi Yen Akat elementary school / First year of baccalaureate center (Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and Phnom-Penh)

1999

Jakarta, Manila and New Delhi gradually join Bangkok baccalaureate center

2002

Creation of the Fondation Française pour l'Education, to support the development of the Lycée Français de Bangkok

2003

- Recognition by the Thai Ministry of Education of the Lycée Français de Bangkok as an International Private School
- Fondation Française de l'Education: official launch of the Lycée Français International de Bangkok
- Moving to the Pracha Uthit site

2004

More than 500 students enrolled in the school

2010

Inauguration of the new secondary building

2014

More than 1,000 students enrolled in the school

2015

Inauguration of the new kindergarten building