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On September 11, 1981, Dr. Eduardo Macías Santos managed the incorporation of the Liceo Anglo Frances of Monterrey, A.C. into the state education system together with the founding General Director, Professor Henriette Jarjanette Saletzki, originally from Paris France, who was in charge of LAF until  March 15, 1988.
LAF began with three educational levels: Kindergarten, Elementary and Jr. High with 123 students; founded as a trilingual school, offering its students, from Nursery School to Ninth Grade (9), the opportunity to learn to communicate fluently in three languages: English, French and Spanish.
LAF offers an education that favors the integral development and skills of the student, in an atmosphere of trust, through different programs: Academic Programs (Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Spanish and French), Values Program, Nutrition Program, Ecology Program, Music Band, Extracurriculars and Day Care.
As of 1994, the modification of the English curriculum began and currently 70% of classes are taught in English.
In 2013, the English Program was modified and aligned with U.S. educational standards. This program has exponentially improved the English level of students, allowing us to measure student learning according to INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS (which is obtained from results obtained by students whose first language is English).
LAF graduates independent, self-confident and committed leaders who work as a team and are sensitive to the needs of the community and their environment.