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French International School (FIS) was established in 1963 as one of the first international schools in Hong Kong. The school offers two streams: the French and International Streams, preparing students towards certification in the French national examination, the French Baccalaureate, or the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. In 1988, FIS became the first in Hong Kong to be authorised as an IB World School.

Currently, the school is one of the largest international through schools in Hong Kong and welcomes over 2,600 students from Kindergarten to Year 13/Terminale, representing 40 different nationalities, across four campuses.

The school’s mission is to provide, together with families, a nurturing, culturally diverse community that inspires our young people to realise their true potential as confident, independent learners and responsible global citizens with moral values and integrity.

Programmes Offered

French stream – French National Curriculum (French Baccalaureate)
International stream – English National Curriculum to IGCSE then IB
Medium of instruction – French or English
Average class size – 25 is the maximum class size; around 13 students per subject class

Extra-curricular activities: Activities are offered to students at all campuses ranging from lego, drama and creative arts to handball, fencing and more traditional sports.

Sports: FIS excels in local and regional inter-school competitions offering students opportunities in various disciplines from swimming and athletics to basketball and rugby.


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