Our school offers an early-start, full immersion, dual language education to students from preschool through 5th grades. We will strive to add an additional grade each following year, to enable students to continue the bilingual program with us. Of course, for this to happen, we will need strong support from you, our current school community of parents!

The instruction follows the official guidelines of the French Ministry of National Education as well as the Core standards of education for the State of Florida. In addition, as a small private school we are able to follow closely the needs of each individual student. Our student/teacher ratio is invariably much smaller than that of other private schools. As we grow, we will be able to add more grade levels and teachers, always keeping a low ratio as one of our main goals.

We offer a full French program for half of the school day, and English for the other half. Both programs teach language arts, reading and writing, Mathematics and History. Courses in Science, Social Studies, Geography, computer lab, P.E., music and Art are alternated between French and English during the respective class time. In addition, an introductory course of Spanish / Italian is offered once a week.

Our classes are all equipped with computers and tablets.

The French teachers and American (English) teachers  work closely together to cover all subjects, and make sure that both of the curriculums’ requirements are met.

For more in-depth information on the French National curriculum for elementary students, click here: Information on national french curriculum.

For a full English Curriculum description, click here.

We are the only French-bilingual school in Palm Beach County that is officially recognized by the Dept. of Education. You may look us up on the Florida Dept. of Education's website. 

IB PYP (International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme:  Our school is proud to announce it's candidacy as an IB World School. 

The Primary Years Programme of the IB World School Organization will be implemented as of the next academic year (2017-18).   For more info on the IB World Organization visit:


Grade Level Equivalency

School Uniforms

Students will be expected to wear appropriate school uniform: This includes polo or collared shirts (short or long sleeved) : white, red or navy blue; slacks, skirts, skorts, khaki shorts: navy, tan or grey; sweaters and cardigans, jackets: can be worn over uniforms, but must be of solid color white, red, or navy.

Each students will receive a logo polo shirt upon enrollment. Additional school logo shirts will be available for sale. Please ask office.

Shoes:  Students must wear sensible, closed shoes such as : lace-up Hush Puppies, Mary Janes, Ballet Flats or tennis shoes. Tennis shoes can be brought and left at school for P.E. class.  If not, student is required  to wear gym shoes on P.E. day.

Go to to view our school’s uniform items and to order items (with or without logo).