The École Jeannine Manuel in Paris is a French bilingual and international school, and largely follows the French national curriculum for pupils from nursery to 12th grade. The school is UNESCO associated, and the largest non-profit coeducational independent school in France.
“The aim of education is to help shape ‘whole’ people, individuals aware of their presence in this world, engaged in its history, and ready to play a part in world affairs.”
—Jeannine Manuel, school founder.
All teachers are either French or English native speakers. The school has students from 80 different nationalities, and prides itself on its multiculturalism. École Jeannine Manuel was one of the first UNESCO associated schools in France and among the first International Baccalaureate (IB) World Schools. The school is also accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
Students finish their secondary studies by either sitting the French Baccalaureate exam with an international option (OIB) or the International Baccalaureate (IB) or an American High School diploma, three diplomas recognized by prestigious universities around the world.
School fees range between 7,100 to 24,795, but much is dependent on the student’s course of study. For more information visit the school’s tuition fees page here.
Admissions are competitive at the École Jeannine Manuel in Paris due to the school’s strong academic record. The schools sets academic entry requirements. The school has an admissions policy which can be viewed here. The school has a deadline for applications for the following academic year, and does not admit new students once the academic year has begun. For more information visit here.
The École Jeannine Manuel is based in the 15th arrondissement district of Paris, and is a short 20-minute drive from the city centre.
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