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An individual student in a collective environment

By joining LyFEL, an individually enrolled student also becomes part of a community. The majority of the work is done through video conferencing. Our students are guided and supervised by caring and available teachers with whom they communicate through our platform.

Online classes give them the opportunity to work with other students studying the same program as them in the same time zone. LyFEL operates like a traditional school: a class, classmates whom they meet several times a week during video conferences, a main teacher, subject teachers, report cards…

How to enroll as an individual student?

Before enrolling as an individual student, we invite you to register and attend a LyFEL presentation webinar with your child to learn about the program, its workload, and get answers to all your questions. You can also contact us directly to ask your questions.

Step 1

Learn about the program by visiting our website and consulting our brochures.



Step 2

We will be happy to present our school to you via video conference.


Contact us directly through our website form.

Step 3

Fill out the registration form and pay the first registration fee at LyFEL (these fees are only paid in the first year you enroll your child at LyFEL and are used to finance placement tests and administrative fees for your child).



Step 4

The information, codes, and dates needed to take the placement test, if necessary, will be sent to the email address provided.

Step 5

Complete your enrollment file and provide the required documents. You will quickly receive your confirmation of enrollment to keep.


The procedure for placement tests for an individual student

LyFEL placement tests last between 30 and 60 minutes and are presented in multiple-choice format. They assess the student’s level of French and mathematics, as well as knowledge of grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. The recommended minimum level to pass the test is between levels B1 to C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

The individual student takes the test online under the supervision of an adult and receives the result by email. The test validates enrollment in a LyFEL class.
Depending on the level in which the family wishes to enroll their child and the results obtained in the tests, an interview may be offered to decide on the best choice for the student.

Tuition Fees

Specific fees for each level of education, as well as details of possible formulas, are available on each brochure to download.

Download our primary, middle school, or high school brochures

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