DFG / LFA Buc (German: Deutsch-Französisches Gymnasium in Buc, French: Lycée Franco-Allemand de Buc) is a German-French international lycée/gymnasium (sixth-form college or senior high school) located in Buc, Yvelines, France, in the Paris metropolitan area.
There are three German-French international senior high schools known as Deutsch-Französische Gymnasium (DFG) or Lycée Franco-Allemand (LFA).
DFG LFA Saarbrücken (French: Lycée Franco-Allemand de Sarrebruck, German: Deutsch-Französisches Gymnasium Saarbrücken is a French-German international gymnasium/lycée (sixth form college/senior high school) in Saarbrücken, Germany.
DFG may stand for:
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