Also known as the Lycée Denis Diderot (LDD), the French School of Nairobi, is a French international school in Nairobi located in Argwings Kodhek road in Kilimani near Yaya Center, Nairobi. The school was first established in 1962 in Westland’s, Nairobi, and it was known as the École française à Nairobi. It moved to its current location in 1989 when it was named after Denis Diderot, the famous philosopher, writer, and art critic. The school is day and coeducational, and it includes kindergarten through secondary school education, which includes high school. The school has had various achievements and is involved in several academic, sport, and cultural events at local and international levels: rugby competitions, an art project at La Grande Lessive. The French School of Nairobi offers lessons in English and French with British and French Curriculums. With a beautiful learning transition, the school allows the secondary school students to choose, from year 7, to join the British international section, with the prospect of sitting the brevet and then a Baccalaureate (French) with an international option (OIB) and exams that follow the Cambridge Certification. The school is a member of the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE), the world’s largest network of schools.