Our mission can be summarized in three words:


We use a socio-constructivist approach whereby learning is both incremental and structured. Each student has the opportunity to anchor their learning and to build solid foundations of knowledge and skills. LIH fosters a climate of trust and respect where parents are valued partners from day one. We believe all our students will succeed and provide a structured learning program which allows our students to develop their abilities and identity.


Our program follows the requirements of the French Ministry of Education, whose demanding curriculum has a proven track record of success. The French National Education program is learner-centered and focused on students’ needs. LIH offers an education that is context-based and tailored to the profile of each child, so they can develop their knowledge and skills to their highest potential. Our teachers use the latest findings in the fields of cognitive science and neurology to adapt their teaching and closely follow every child. Our learning environment is one that is calm and positive and our children learn in small class sizes.

From preschool onward, we follow a curriculum that is carefully thought-through. Digital language (coding) is taught in addition to the alphabetical languages in French, English and Spanish. Using a playful approach to learning algorithms, students create, reason and cooperate to accomplish projects and activities. Students use programming basics and see their work evolve to their great satisfaction. When coupling language acquisition with mathematical principles in the execution of projects, students solidify and consolidate learning.


Questioning the world is the cornerstone of our lower school curriculum at LIH. Our harmonized bilingual curricula allow each student to progress at their own pace, both in the development of their methodological skills and academic knowledge.

The introduction of Spanish in 4th grade enriches our French/English multilingual approach. In lower school, learning languages is not an end in and of itself: languages are vehicles for teaching and learning mathematics and science. It is the balance between learning in a language and learning a language which lays the foundation to our lower school curriculum. The learning of programming basics initiated in preschool continues through lower school.

Our curriculum revolves around five main areas :

  1. Using language in all its dimensions
  2. Acting, expressing and understanding through physical activity
  3. Acting, expressing and understanding through art
  4. Building the first tools for structured thought
  5. Exploring the world


We prepare our students to succeed at standardized testing.


In order to help our children develop to their highest potential, we welcome a maximum of 15 students per class. This allows us to provide every student with personalized attention and follow-up care.


All our teachers have real-world experience and give personalized attention to each student. All of them have experience working in international institutions within bilingual or multilingual programs.


Cycle II

1st grade
2nd grade
3rd grade
13.5 hours taught in French
Language, literature and culture (spoken and written)
mathematics, social studies, arts

11.5 hours taught in English
Language, literature and culture (spoken and written)
mathematics, science, technology, coding, sports
Cycle III

4th grade
5th grade
6th grade
12 hours taught in French
Language (spoken and written)
mathematics, history, geography, art

11 hours taught in English
Language, literature and culture (spoken and written)
mathematics, science, technology, coding, sports

2 hours taught in Spanish
Language, literature and culture (spoken and written)

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