The international section

From CE2 to Terminale. International schooling from primaire to the baccalauréat, directed at native English or French speakers alike.
Three schools host International classes :

  • Starting from CE2, several subjects are taught in English
  • History and geography are taught in English starting from 6ème
  • Foreign literature enters the list of taught subjects in 6ème
  • Trips and school exchanges with British and American schools

Primaire : Ecole Adriatique

3, rue de l’Adriatique, 51100 REIMS
tél. 03 26 85 14 94
ce1695r@ac-reims.fr

Number of pupils : 250 – 300
The International Section: 3 teaching groups, about 26 pupils each : CE2, CM1, CM2

Informations pratiques
Class times : Monday – Tuesday – Thursday – Friday, 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM to 3:45 PM. Wednesday, 8:30 to 11:30 AM.
Pupils can stay at school after class until 5:45 PM : children are supervised by Reims educational workers and take part in educational games, board games, sports, cultural and artistic activities.

Collège : Collège Robert Schuman

1, rue Bertrand de Mun, BP 4, 51673 REIMS Cedex 2
Tél. : 03 26 07 03 58
ce.0511085c@ac-reims.fr

Number of pupils : 600
The International Section : One teaching group (25-30 pupils each) per level

Class days and times : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday morning, Thursday, Friday. Around 30 hours. Classes are given from 8:00 AM to noon and from 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM.
Catering and boarding school.
Other expenses (school trips, books…) : 300 – 750 euros, depending on the year.
After lunch, pupils can take part in sports or cultural activities.

School trips to London, matching the history and literature class progressions (5ème and 3ème) and to the US (4ème).

Lycée : Lycée Marc Chagall

60, chaussée St Martin, 51100 REIMS
tél. : 03 26 82 15 95
ce.0511926S@ac-reims.fr

Number of students : about 1000
The International Section : 90 – 100 students, from Seconde to Terminale.

Class days and times : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Four hours of foreign literature on Wednesday afternoons. History and geography are taught in English.
Catering and boarding school.

School trip to London in Seconde. One week in Stratford-upon-Avon in Première. Several trips to London to attend Shakespeare plays at the Globe.

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