Lycée Français de Los Angeles

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Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles
Lycee Francais de Los Angeles.JPG
Century City campus on Pico Blvd.
3261 Overland Avenue
Los Angeles, California
United States
Coordinates 34°01′40″N 118°24′57″W / 34.02778°N 118.41583°W / 34.02778; -118.41583Coordinates: 34°01′40″N 118°24′57″W / 34.02778°N 118.41583°W / 34.02778; -118.41583
Type Private, coeducational
Motto Cogito ergo sum
Established 1964 (1964)
Founder Esther and Raymond Kabbaz
President Clara-Lisa Kabbaz
Grades Preschool through Grade 12
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges

Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles is a private bilingual international school founded in 1964.


As of March 2007 the school had more than 1,075 students, about 50-60% of them being French citizens and the remainder coming from over 54 citizenships.[1]

It is composed of the following campuses:

Former campuses[edit]

In 1980 the Lycee bought the 6.2-acre (2.5 ha) former Parkway School property, located in the Hollywood Riviera section of Torrance, from the Torrance Unified School District. This property became the Lycee's Torrance campus, and as of February 1990 the campus had 100 students. In November 1989 the Lycee sold the property.[2]

Notable alumni[edit]


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Presentation du Lycee." Lycée Français de Los Angeles. 28 March 2007. Retrieved on 29 June 2015.
  2. ^ Rae-Dupree, Janet. "Development Fears Raised by Torrance School Sale : Land Use: Neighbors of 6.2-acre campus of Lycee Francais de Los Angeles ask City Council to retain current zoning." (Archive). Los Angeles Times. 16 February 1990. Retrieved on 29 June 2015.
  3. ^ Rebello, Stephen (November 2002), "Sultry New Soprano" (PDF), Maxim, p. 204, archived from the original (PDF) on January 24, 2013
  4. ^ Dan Rattiner (23 May 2013). "Who's Here: Christie Brinkley, Model/Activist". Retrieved 17 October 2013.
  5. ^ Lee, Luaine (16 June 2010). "Kelli Williams of Lie to Me has showbiz in her blood". McClatchy-Tribune News Service. The Modesto Bee. Archived from the original on 2010-08-31. Retrieved 2012-08-01.

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