The French School of Vilnius was established in 1992 and is the first private international school in Vilnius.
In 2002, it was approved by the Lithuanian Ministry of Education and carries out its mission as a public service.
It was accredited in 2003, then contracted in 2005 by AEFE: Agency for French Education Abroad (Agence pour l’Enseignement Français à l’Étranger). Being part of the network of French institutions abroad guarantees the consistency and maintenance of official French programmes’ requirement all around the world.
In 2010, the school moved into new facilities, located in Silo street.
In 2016, the institution’s name was changed to French International Lyceum of Vilnius (Lycée International Français de Vilnius). With 400 pupils, our institution consolidates its position as the largest international school of the Lithuanian capital.
The French International Lyceum of Vilnius has enjoyed a considerable success since its opening in 1992. This institution is still the largest international school in the city.
In 2010, the new school premises, now named “Montesquieu”, are inaugurated at Silo street 13, in the district of Antakalnis and attended by important personalities. The completely renovated area of 1,800m² can welcome and provide with formal education for approximately 200 pupils.
Extension works of the premises above the gymnasium were completed in autumn 2011: the installation of 400 m² of additional rooms was inaugurated on October 6th. A multimedia library, sanitary facilities and four classrooms were added to the existing premises, bringing the total of usable area to 2,200 m² and accommodating 300 students.
In 2015, the school expanded again in Antakalnio street 54, where is located a new place for our CM1 (9-10 years), CM2 (10-11 years) and secondary school.
With an area of more than 1,000m², these new premises include a science laboratory:
And a computer lab:
Our institution can now welcome more than 400 pupils and providing them with comfortable conditions.