Explore the Curriculum


The Lycée International de Houston is dedicated to lighting the fires of scholasticism in each student who enters its doors. Utilizing the rigors of European analytical thinking paired with the excellence of American exploration and the kindness of our educators, the Lycée International de Houston offers a unique educational opportunity to students who wish to develop the skills necessary to become severe lifelong learners. Students from all cultures and backgrounds can benefit from our in-depth college-prep curriculum.


There is a place at the Lycée International de Houston for every serious student who wants to apply. All it takes is a willingness to learn, a good attitude, and equally good behavior. With that in mind, there are two paths that the Lycée international de Houston student can pursue:

The French and English Bilingual Program

A student who is fluent in French by the sixth grade and wishes to pursue the French Baccalaureate, or the Franco-American Baccalaureate and the OIB French Baccalaureate and prepare to attend college. This rigorous system was established in the 18th century and is regulated by the French Ministry of Education. All classes are taught in French and English (language arts, math, science, and history).

The International Baccalaureate Program (IB diploma)

In Grade 11 and 12, students  can pursue the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB). The IB is the most comprehensive and sought-after college preparatory program available in the world today,.

The IB Diploma is highly customizable, giving students the opportunity to select 6 subjects unique to their interests. Over the course of Grade 11 and Grade 12, students will study literature, mathematics, at least one experimental science, at least one subject in the “individuals and societies” category, and a second language. But students have options. In choosing subjects they  can emphasize their strengths and passions and select classes that are novel and adventurous. Maybe a student wants to be a scientist, diplomat, or an artist. Maybe the student is drawn to another field entirely. No matter the interests, students can personalize their IB Courses based on who they are.

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