LAF uses international standardized tests to measure the academic progress of each of its students.
The STANDARDIZED TESTS include:
Dynamic test aligned to international educational standards that is applied in 146 countries to 565 international schools, to millions of children worldwide.
MAP is an individual adaptive test that measures skills in:
English: Reading (1st to 9th grade) Grammar (2nd to 9th grade).
Math (1st to 9th grade)
Science (4th to 9th grade)
Spanish: Reading (1st to 9th grade)
MAP (reading, grammar and language) is administered three times during the school year in each of the grades and MAP (Spanish and science) is administered twice a year in the corresponding grades. With the information obtained from the evaluations, specific exercises are assigned and personalized plans are developed to improve academic performance.
A test that measures English language proficiency, focusing on the skills of:
LAF applies TOEFL to High School students at the beginning and end of each school year. At the end of the year, students in 8th grade apply for the TOEFL at "Cultural Relations School", which issues a certificate with official validity.
A test that measures the mastery of French in students.
The following (unofficial) tests are applied at the beginning and end of each school year:
3rd grade: DELF PRIM A1.1
4th grade: DELF PRIM A1
6th grade: DELF PRIM A2
7th grade: DELF JR A1
8th grade: DELF JR A2
9th grade: DELF B1
Test aligned to the Academic Aptitude Test (High School Admission Test).
It is applied to 8th grade students and measures the following skills: