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International Schools in Toulouse

 

Well known for its connections to the aviation and space industries, Toulouse is home to a growing expat community, drawn to the city’s enviable quality of life and exciting professional opportunities. Choosing the right school for your children one of the most important decisions you will make and settling into a new school community is one of the key ways to help international families feel at home, and able to integrate into the local way of life.

 

France’s 4th largest city has a breadth of different education options, both within the French state system and independent schools for children from different cultural backgrounds. The Pink City is home to several highly regarded multilingual private schools, with different options to suit each family’s individual tastes and needs.

 

The International School of Toulouse is a fantastic, English-speaking school for pupils aged 4 to 18, with just under half of students from British families (though over thirty different nationalities are represented overall). Originally founded by Airbus to facilitate education for children of the company’s hugely international workforce, the school offers the IB Diploma programme through its’ high school and boasts a lovely campus in Colomiers, to the West of Toulouse itself. While most classes are taught in Endglish, French, Spanish and German classes are also available as both first and second languages in the secondary school.

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For little ones through pre-school and primary ages, there are numerous friendly, independent schools in Toulouse including the bilingual Kaleidescope, offering an immersive French-English environment for children from Maternelle to the end of CM2 (last year of primary school). Set in the countryside surrounding the city centre, The International Montessori School offers a friendly, creative bilingual education for little ones aged 2 to 6.

 

This is the Mumabroad.com guide to the best International schools and education services for expat families in Toulouse, tried and tested by locals based in the region. Do please add any comments or recommendations of your own, regarding a school that your child attends in Toulouse.

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Collège & Lycée Victor Hugo, Colomiers

Collège & Lycée Victor Hugo, Colomiers

Located in Colombiers, just outside the city centre of Toulouse, Collège and Lycée Victor Hugo is a French state school teaching the national curriculum with an additional British section for international pupils. Pupils of the British Section are integrated into the French educational system and follow a French/English bilingual programme... ...
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Ecole Montpelliertessori Internationale, Grenade

Ecole Montpelliertessori Internationale, Grenade

The International Montessori School was created in 1999 in order to offer a specific and bilingual education to children 2 to 6 years old in the Toulouse area. The school follows the Montessori educational principles giving every pupil the opportunity to blossom as an individual, feeding the child on self-respect and on... ...
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International School of Toulouse

International School of Toulouse

Opening in 1999 with only 153 students, the IST now has approximately 520 students from the age of 4 to 18. Approximately 44% of the students are British but there are over thirty nationalities represented. The IST has been an IB World School since January 2000, offering the IB Diploma... ...
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Kaleidoscope School, Ménude

Kaleidoscope School, Ménude

Kaleidoscope bilingual school is located in the west of Toulouse, in the Ménude area. It is a French-English bilingual  school for bilingual or emerging children on a full school course ranging from preschool to grade 3. In addition to regular schooling, the school opens its doors every Wednesday and during the... ...
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