Presentation of our bilingual high school
A. Classes with limited sizes
Our bilingual high school was founded in 1926 by teachers who wanted a more demanding and more ambitious school. Students in our school are selected not only on their academic results, but also on their will to succeed.
Our private high school prepares students with an international option (not obligatory).
What are the advantages of a limited sized high school?
Everybody knows each other and none of the students is anonymous. Classes with a maximum of 18 to 20 students offer the ideal environment for a successful academic education. The students can benefit from permanent attention provided by the schoolteachers, and can therefore study more efficiently as they are personally accompanied throughout their studies. The students in our international school also learn to become more self motivated and more ambitious thanks to the encouragements of their teachers.
B. A teaching environment that is success oriented
In order to help the future bachelor to better organize himself and work with more methodology, the schedules are planned to offer a close relationship between teachers and students. By having more opportunities to form relationships with their teachers, students are likely to reach a higher level of academic achievement.
Our bilingual private school offers students the possibility to attend methodology classes that are planned every week, as well as mathematics tutorial classes. For those wishing to study abroad, there is also the possibility to select an international option. Thanks to these supplementary courses, students can achieve better results than with the National Education program.
Our high school classes begin at 8:30 am and end at 5pm or 6pm, including Wednesdays. This constant and regular schedule helps the student to manage their work rhythm and to easily develop themself during tertiary academic education.
- A weekly assignment book is distributed at the beginning of the school year. It gives parents information on the school organization: internal rules, schedule, weekly homework calendar and quarterly exams calendar.
- Monthly list of grades to be signed by parents. Parents are regularly informed on the results obtained by their child.
- A quarterly grades report.
- A significant number of supervising staff: director in charge of the high school, highly qualified teachers, general supervisor.