Plurilingualism and openness to the world
From an early age, students evolve in an international environment. With French schools in 140 countries, families benefit from an unparalleled global network, that ensure continuity in education in the event of a change of country of residence. The mastery of French, English and one or more modern languages is a determining factor in the success of future citizens of the world. Our international streams and language curricula are adapted to the our students’ profiles, backgrounds, and their personal and professional projects. Throughout their school years, they can choose to enroll in reinforced courses in different modern languages: English, Chinese, Khmer, and Spanish.
Dès leur plus jeune âge, les élèves évoluent dans un environnement international. La présence d’écoles et d’établissements français dans 140 pays permet aux familles de bénéficier d’un réseau mondial sans équivalent, et donc d’assurer une scolarité continue aux enfants en cas de changement de pays de résidence.
Language and options curriculum – Middle School/High School
Khmer Excellence Curricula
The teaching of Khmer language, as a counterpoint to teaching of French, is the key to a successful educational cooperation between Cambodia and France. This educational requirement is fundamental. It ensures the transmission of the double heritage of our binational or national students. They can choose the LFRD and keep learning about their linguistic and cultural heritage.
The Khmer Excellence Curricula was created for these students. This course strengthens the mastery of the Khmer language both spoken and written, as well as knowledge of the Cambodian culture. It offers a trilingual course:
- Khmer (with extra teaching hours)
- and English from cycle 4.
In high school, students will be able to choose a fourth language: Spanish or Chinese. The Khmer Excellence Curricula leads to academic and professional success in France, Cambodia, and internationally.
American International Section (SIA)
The American International Section in primary school allows students to practice a foreign language in depth, through the study of the American language and literature. Students have to be admitted through a vetting process.
In middle school, students can, if they wish, continue in the Alcott Section. It offers in-depth English, and American literature courses, as well as an hour and a half of History and Geography (taught in English). We are currently awaiting approval to open an SIA.
The Internationale Baccalaureate Option will be opened when the approval of the SIA is validated for middle and high school. The “OIB” facilitates the access of students to higher education in the United States in particular and other English speaking countries.
Kindergarten and Elementary school