Secondary School – Collège
The college welcomes children from the 6ième (11-12 yrs old) to the 3ième.
Your coordinators for these year groups are:
6ème : Sam KIK and Stéphane Marquezy
5ème : Sarah SILVESTRE and Sophie TISSERAND
4ème : Hélène El hayek andCarol SHEA
3ème : Agnès CASIN and Elodie LANDOU KITOUDI
The coordinators and representatives are there to help you and represent you.
Find their contact details when you logon on as an APL member.
The big steps of Collège
The 6ième, the first year in secondary. Your child has chosen between the plurilingual section or the International Section course.
The 4ième, the year of the choice between the French or British Sections.
The 3ième, the year of the Brevet, the first official French exam
The different teachings
In general the Lycée organises informative meetings a few months before the choices must be made. Have a look at the Lycée’s website on a regular basis and make sure that you subscribed to the Lycée’s newsletter so you don’t miss anything.
Don’t hesitate to contact your representatives if you have doubts or questions.
The role of the CPE
The Principa Adviser of Education (CPE) leads the school life per year under the authority of the Head of the School. He/she organises the student lives in the school outside of teaching, follows up on absences and participates in the class meetings. He also trains the class representatives.
The role of the Principal Teacher
The principal teacher listens and informs the students. He assures the link between families and students on one side and the teaching team on the other. He helps each student elaborate his personal project.
The Clubs and student Associations
The Lycée house also a certain number of clubs and associations.
The APL and the Collège
Outside of its role with parents and the Lycée, the APL supports a certain number of initiatives in the Collège.
- The APL sponsorises for example the “Bal Masqué” for the 6ième and 5ième by offering prizes to reward the best fancy costumes.
- Every Thursday, the volunteer parents sell pains au chocolat to the students of the Secondary. The benefits are given to the APL Welfare Fund for financial help to school trips for families in need.