College

The Collège

The Collège is the first four years of secondary school  where students are expected to further their learning and continue to develop their thirst for knowledge. The collège curriculum becomes more diverse over time. When students complete their collège-level studies, they are awarded a first diploma, the National Diploma (Diplôme national du Brevet, DNB).

French

History-Geography

Mathematics

Foreign languages

Life and Earth Sciences (SVT)

Physics-Chemistry (SPC)

Technology

Arts

Music education

Physical & Sports Education (EPS)

Media and information Education

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Language learning

Upon arrival at junior high school, students begin learning Spanish for 2.5 hours per week. All students are taught in English for 3.5 or 4 hours per week, with additional teaching depending on the course chosen by the student:

  • A reinforced English program allowing students to follow the instruction of a non-linguistic subject (mathematics, experimental sciences, arts, history, geography, etc.) for one hour per week;
  • The American International Section (SI) curriculum allows students to benefit from English literature (4 hours per week) and history and geography in English (1.5 hours per week).

The SI curriculum allows students to take the international option of the National Diploma of the Brevet (DNBi) at the end of the 3rd grade.

At the end of Juinor High School – The DNB

The National Diploma (Diplôme National du Brevet – DNB)

When students complete their collège-level studies, they are awarded a first diploma: the National Diploma (Diplôme National du Breuvet, or DNB).

National Diploma (DNB)

 

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

 

Nb of candidates

 

69 70 72 66 69
Nb of candidates who passed 69

100 %

 

70

100 %

 

71

99 %

 

65

98 %

 

69

100 %

 

Distinction Assez Bien (average 12 +) 13

19 %

 

11

16 %

 

18

25 %

 

13

20 %

 

4

6 %

 

Distinction Bien (average 14 +) 14

20 %

 

27

39 %

 

24

34 %

 

23

35 %

 

17

25 %

 

Distinction Très Bien (average 16 +) 38

55 %

 

28

40 %

 

24

34 %

 

26

40 %

 

48

70 %

 

Proportion of distinctions 94 % 94 % 93 % 95 % 100 %
80 % 83 % 73 % 79 % 94 %
Proportion of Bien and Très Bien distinctions

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