New campus provides new opportunities for French-themed school in Chicago

Nov. 10, 2015
Lycee Francais de Chicago, a private school that emphasizes bilingual education in French and English, opened a new $35 million campus in summer 2015 after renting space for 20 years in a former Catholic high school for girls. The four-story, 86,000-square-foot building, constructed in Chicago's Ravenswood neighborhood on the site of a former hospital, provides new learning space for about 730 students.

Lycee Francais de Chicago, a private school that emphasizes bilingual education in French and English, opened a new $35 million campus in summer 2015 after renting space for 20 years in a former Catholic high school for girls.

The four-story, 86,000-square-foot building, constructed in Chicago's Ravenswood neighborhood on the site of a former hospital, provides new learning space for about 730 students.

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