Diplôme National du Brevet and Baccalauréat
The secondary school prepares students for the Diplôme National du Brevet. The high school prepares students for the baccalaureate and offers the following specialties*:
- social and economic sience
- history-geography, geopolitics and political science
*the offer of specialities may vary according to demand
Accommodations are possible to follow other specialities through the CNED.
For the last year of high school, two options are offered (depending on demand):
- Complementary Mathematics (for students who did not take the Mathematics speciality in second year of High school or who stopped it at the end of second year of high school).
- Expert Mathematics
DNB (Brevet des Collèges) - Results over the last 5 years 97 %
Baccalauréat - Results over the last 5 years 82 %
We have small head counts and the success rate is therefore extremely variable. Furthermore, we have chosen to regularly open our enrolment to students with apparently less successful records, under very specific conditions, in order to give them a chance and to help them succeed.
A mock bac test is organised each trimester for last year of High school students for all subjects. The same applies to the second year students, who take the early bac exams over two days. In addition to this, the students in the exam classes (second and last year.) are given training for the bac exams on Wednesday afternoons at an average rate of two per month.
A "brevet blanc" (mock exam) is organised over 2 or 3 days for pupils in last year of Secondary school at the end of each trimester.
A methodology class is provided for all classes in the secondary school and first two classes of High school. The teachers' council proposes the allocation of a tutor to students who encounter difficulties.
Guidance is also offered.