French Baccalaureate – High School Diploma
For a century, Cours Molière has been welcoming high school students in small, personalized bilingual classes. Our classic methods permit students to develop themselves and pursue their education in the best conditions, while successfully preparing for the baccalaureate exams and for their high school diploma.
- Classes with limited sizes (about 20 students per class).
- Faculty includes the director, very qualified teachers, and a general supervisor.
- English (History and Literature) : High school diploma preparation 5 hours per week
- French: The teaching of French is based on three principles: mastering spoken and written French, acquiring cultural knowledge, and the student developing on a personal level. It will allow students to use and analyze the main elements of French writing: narration, description and argumentation.
- Other languages: Spanish, German, Hebrew, Italian, Russian.
Dual French-American Diploma
Cours Molière offers high school students the opportunity to graduate with both a French and an American high school diploma.
- Teaching follows the official programs and requirements of the “Education Nationale”
- Thanks to small class sizes and classic methods, Cours Molière assures a personalized experience for each student:
– weekly assignments
– methodology classes every week
– 3 practice baccalaureates per year in “1ère” and “Terminale”
– 1 orientation interview per trimester
– monthly list of grades to be signed by parents
– a report card every trimester
– post-baccalaureate registrations for university
– preparatory training classes for the “concours” SESAME-ACCES-PRISM
- Specialized, personalized program for non-Francophone students (French as a Foreign Language classes): 3 h/week
Students who master their abilities and are trained in the best methods of studying and working: 96% success rate on the baccalaureate, all specialties included
School : from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 2:00 to 4:00 or 6:00 p.m.
Lunch at the cafeteria + recreation: from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m.
Study Hall supervised by Teachers: from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday