My fondest memories but also my greatest educational support I owe to LFLP. We were guided and encouraged throughout our schooling by a professional team of teachers committed to preparing us for our future all along. From the Carrefour de Métiers (Career Center) to the various methods the school incorporated in order to help us integrate into the reality of the world, the opportunities were generous. I later found myself among the most capable students in the American university system. The path I followed at LFLP gave me the chance to have a variety of choices for my professional future. A privilege that I know I would have missed out on if I were elsewhere. And this is thanks to the various languages that I was able to master, the high academic level in all subjects and especially thanks to the various cultures and nationalities that I had the chance to meet. Whether it is in the field of health or media, it is thanks to LFLP that I was able to find the flexibility to work in several professional fields and in several countries. And if I should give one piece of advice to our future LFLP students, it is this: take advantage of everything the school offers. Take advantage of the academic level, the languages offered, the cultural diversity and especially the friendships you make with each other. It will stay with you beyond high school!
For me, the most positive elements at LFLP were the multicultural environment, the very good academic level at LFLP and the learning of several languages. My integration into the high academic level of the French educational system has had a lot to do with my higher education. In addition, the multicultural environment and the sociability at the LFLP allowed me to adapt easily. I was able to do my graduate studies at the Paris Malaquais School of Architecture, National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, Paris X University. I currently work at Construction Chimie Production, General Management in Lagos, Nigeria. To future high school graduates, I would say take advantage of the quality and variety of the French university system and choose studies where the market is not saturated