Applications for the next school year are accepted through the end of March of each school year. We recommend to contact the EFAC director as soon as possible to indicate interest in the program. Registration for Abraham Lincoln Elementary School (ALES) and Lincoln Park High School (LPHS) requires proof of residence in the district . You must first find housing in the school district for your child to be eligible to attend ALES or LPHS. Note that final acceptance into…Continue Reading
My child does not speak French. Can he or she attend EFAC?
To ensure the quality of the teaching environment, EFAC requires that a child’s knowledge of the French language match the current grade level. It is essential that French is spoken natively by at least one person in the immediate environment of the child.Continue Reading
My child does not speak English. Can he or she attend EFAC?
EFAC has no particular requirement for fluency in English. Students are fully immersed in an English-speaking environment and will learn the language gradually and naturally. A special program, ESL ( English as a Second Language), is offered over three years by the American school for non -English speaking children. Experience shows that three years are typically necessary to achieve written and oral bilingualism.Continue Reading
How old should my child be to begin Kindergarten?
Your child must be five years old as of September 1 to be admitted to Abraham Lincoln Elementary School (ALES) for the school year.Continue Reading
The School Board consists of five members elected every two years during the annual General Assembly of parents of active students in September.Continue Reading