Lycée International de Houston – Only Bilingual School in Houston from 18 months through High School.
Welcome to Lycée International de Houston
THE BILINGUAL ADVANTAGE
Lycée International de Houston ensures a prestigious and authentic language education in Houston, Texas. One that is beautiful and informative. Whether you are finding out the true meaning behind the red flag used in Spanish bullfights or exploring the value of Joan of Arc from the eyes of a French citizen. There are always new opportunities for language to evoke beauty from the culture that uses it. As a bilingual speaker, your child will be able to interact with these elements and build connections that are truly global and deeply profound.
The Lycée International de Houston (LIH) is a bilingual private school for families in the Houston area who share a global perspective and value international education. The only school of its kind in the Houston area.
The Lycée International de Houston School is the only bilingual French Accredit school in Houston. The LIH is now part of the extensive AEFE network of nearly 500 French schools with over 370,000 students enrolled in 139 countries.
The Lycée International de Houston offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program. It is recognized by the most prestigious colleges and universities in the world, including Harvard and MIT.
ACADEMICS – EXPLORE THE CURRICULUM
HOUSTON, TX PRESCHOOL | CHILDCARE | PRIVATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, MIDDLE SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL
At Lycée International de Houston, we place immense value in bilingualism and multilingualism. For an education that develops the bilingual ability in our students, our classes are taught in both French and English. After 4th grade on, Spanish is mandatory also. They will study each language until graduation. Additionally, we also offer Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, and German.
Our Curriculum includes: Preschool in Houston (18 months to PK4), Elementary School in Houston (KG to 5th grade), Middle school in Houston (6th grade to 9th grade), High school in Houston (10th grade to 12th grade).