Cours Molière – International School

Frequently Asked Questions Cours Molière

The answers of our team to the most common questions

Registration is open from the month of November of the year preceding the entry of the child.

Given the limited number of places available, it is advisable to submit applications quickly.

Yes. This is because the educational project of our bilingual English establishment, which places great emphasis on language learning, is demanding.

  • In pre-school and CP, no school records to provide; but the willingness of the

parents to offer a bilingual program to their child(ren) is decisive.

  • From CE1 to Terminale, the school administration studies the academic file of each candidate.

No, this is not necessary. The Cours Molière – International School welcomes all students, whether they are French, English or bilingual. The administration wishes, however, for

the teaching of languages ​​to be at the heart of the educational project desired by the families who join it, for the sake of consistency with the bilingual education provided.

Yes. Children are welcomed from 2 ½ years old and can continue their bilingual curriculum until Terminale.

  • In the bilingual pre-school section, Cours Molière – International School uses materials in French and English which allow teachers to follow and evaluate day after day the work and progress of each child.

  • In our establishment, students’ work is evaluated on a weekly basis during end-of-the-week reviews devoted to the revision and application of the chapters studied in class.

  • From 6ème to Terminale, « Work On Table » (DST in French) is integrated into the students’ schedules (1h to 2h/week in middle school; 4h/week in high school). Additionally, teachers assess their students after every 4 hours of class, to ensure the perfect understanding of the concepts studied in class.

Pre-school – Primary – Middle School: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday morning, Thursday and Friday

High school: Monday to Friday all day; free weekend

Holiday dates are those set by the Academy of Paris (Zone C).

  • Pre-school – Primary: reception from 8:30 a.m.; class starts at 9 a.m.; lunch break from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; classes end at 4:30 p.m.; Study Hall from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Middle School: lessons from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; lunch break from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.; classes end at 4 or 5 p.m.; Study Hall from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

  • High school: lessons start at 8:30 am; classes end at 5 or 6 p.m.; Study Hall from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Yes, of course.

  • In pre-school and the primary section, supervised studies take place from Monday to Friday (except Wednesday) from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. It is the teachers of the primary section of the Cours Molière – International School who supervise the students.

  • In middle school and high school, supervised studies take place from Monday to Friday (except Wednesday) from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. It is the teachers of these sections of the Cours Molière – International School who guide and help students in their personal work.

No, students can only leave the school once the school day is over.

No. Saturday mornings are free for all classes because the high school students work on Wednesday afternoons. They can thus enjoy a full weekend without going to school.

Yes, dress is regulated in our school.

  • In pre-school and the primary section (until CE2): the Cours Molière – International School blouse is compulsory

  • From CM1 to 3ème: students must wear a navy blazer, compulsory for all

  • In high school: proper attire is required (cloth pants and shirt). Sweatpants are prohibited outside sports hours

From pre-school, physical awareness activities are organized every week.

From CE1 to CM2, students go to the stadium every week.

From primary to Terminale, Cours Molière – International School students are welcomed 2 hours a week at the Léo Lagrange stadium, which is next to the school. They practice sports there such as badminton, volleyball, rugby, basketball, …

In addition, during recess, pupils can practice team sports in the playground of the establishment.