The Lycée International de Saint-Germain-en-Laye is a French public school located in Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
The School was created in the early 1950s for the children of military personnel. Students at the Lycée International are required to be fluent in French and one other language taught in one of the school’s fourteen national sections:
The academic curriculum at the Lycée International supplements the standard French curriculum with additional courses in literature/language, history, and geography, taught in the language of the students’ respective national sections, allowing them to pursue the option internationale du baccalauréat (OIB), the international variant of the French baccalauréat.
Students who do not speak French are placed in a French immersion program called Français Spécial. After one year, they are expected to be fluent in French and are required to follow the standard French curriculum along with the rest of the student population.
School fees for the British section of the The Lycée International of Saint-Germain-en-Laye range from 3,233 to 7,947 euros annually. Click here for more information.
The school has a complex admissions policy depending on which of the 14 national study paths each child would like to apply for. To see the school’s How to Apply page for its British section, click here.
The school is located in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, a historic town known for its 2.4-kilometre (1.5 mi) long stone terrace built by André Le Nôtre from 1669 to 1673. The school is a 40-minute drive west from the city centre of Paris.
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2 Rue du Fer À Cheval, 78100 Saint-Germain-en-Laye / http://www.lycee-international.ac-versailles.fr