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LFIB’s History

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
in 1990).
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