Thinking Outside the Classroom
Thinking Outside the Classroom at Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans is an educational program like no other.
Thinking Outside the Classroom (TOC) is a creative way to educate students through experiential, hands-on learning throughout New Orleans. The program is designed to inspire a passion for learning through practical application, interactive projects and capstone presentations. Students spend between one and four weeks in a TOC module, which are separate from one-day field trips.
Audubon Zoo Science Laboratory
Thanks to an exciting partnership with the Audubon Nature Institute, our first and third graders participate in month-long programs in the Lycée’s very own zoo classroom. Science learning comes to life through interactive activities with animal and plant life.
French Quarter Time Travel
Lycée Français fourth graders engage in a special project within the French Quarter where they are immersed in the culture and history of France’s 18th Century North American colony. We could not do it without the unwavering support of the Louisiana State Museum and the National Park Service, our history partners.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
Lycée Français fifth graders engage in an exciting and enriching educational experience at the Audubon Aquarium, arguably one of the best places to learn in New Orleans. In years past, students have gone swimming with amazing sea life!
Sixth graders engage with the world through architecture, urban development and conscious citizenship. Critical Constructs is made possible thanks to a partnership with FabLab NOLA at Delgado Community College.