Because of a synergy and a friendly cooperation between Thai Institutions and French Ministry of National Education outside the national territory, the history of the Lycée Français International de Bangkok (LFIB) has been registering in a boost of cultural linguistic opening and since 1958.
From little French school of embassy, the Institution as moved to a recognized French lycée within the Asia Pacific area, thanks to his historic institutional partners’ support.
|1957||A modest French school is inaugurated on the Sathorn site.|
|1986||A new secondary building is built|
|1991||A second main building is built. (primary/secondary).|
The library (CDI) is built.
|1991||The first convention with the AEFE is officially signed (Created|
|1992||Direct instruction rate is brought to 100%. (CNED is|
|1992||Official birth of the LFIB|
|1996||Kindergarten is moved to Soi Ruam Rudee|
|1997||Primary School is moved to Soi Yen Akat|
First year as a Bachelor Degree Center. (Bangkok, Hanoi,
Ho Chi Minh and Phnom-Penh)
|1999||Jakarta, Manila and New Delhi gradually join the Bangkok|
Bachelor Degree Center.
|2002||The French Foundation for Education is created in order to|
support the development of the LFIB
|2003||LFIB is officially recognized as a Private International School by the Thai Ministry of Education.|
|2003||French Foundation for Education: official birth of the LFIB.|
|2003||The LFIB is moved to the Pracha Uthit site.|
|2004||Over 500 students are registered and given daily courses|
|2010||Launch of the new secondary building|
|2014||Over 1000 students are registered and given daily courses|
|2015||Launch of the new kindergarten is launched|
|2016||Launch of the International section for the elementary classes|