Lycée Français de Jérusalem

For the French school affiliated with the Israel Goldstein Youth Village, see Lycée Havat-Hanoar-Hatsioni.

Lycée Français de Jérusalem (LFJ), or the Jerusalem French School, is a French international school in Jerusalem. Operating out of rented space in the Convent of St. Joseph,[1] it serves levels maternelle (preschool) through lycée (senior high school/sixth form college).[2]

The Petite Ecole Francaise de Jerusalem, the predecessor to the LJF, was established in 1967. It currently rents its facilities from the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the Apparition.[1]

As of circa 2015 the school has 14 classes with a total of 205 students. Historically enrollment ranged from 100 to 150 students.[1]


  1. 1 2 3 "Brochure" (Archive). Lycée Français de Jérusalem. Retrieved on September 17, 2015. See: French-language brochure (Archive).
  2. "Accueil." Lycée Français de Jérusalem. Retrieved on 17 September 2015. "Lycée Français de Jérusalem 66, Rue des Prophètes 95141 JERUSALEM"

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