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Anglophone, German, Portuguese Spanish and Arab sections contribute to an international environment within a public, tuition-free, co-educational French school for grades 6-12 and preparatory classes for the Grandes Ecoles. In the Anglophone Section students follow the traditional French curriculum, replacing their First Foreign Language (LV1) with 4-6 hours per week of English Language and Literature, and 2 hours in History/Geography. These subjects are taught by English/American native speakers preparing students for the International Brevet, the GCSE (UK) exams and the International Option of the French baccalaureate (OIB). Entrance tests establish aptitude for the English Programme. French Language courses are offered for non-French speakers or students needing to improve their level of French. Graduates attend French, English and American universities. Extra-curricular activities include a Yearbook, Harvard Model Congress, a Prom and regular theatre outings.

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Lectures - French Association for American Studies
 - This asssociation aims to establish regular contacts between specialists in North-American studies... >>>
11th International F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference in Lyon from Monday, July 4th to Saturday, July 9th, 2011
F. Scott Fitzgerald Society, University of Lyon 3 - Lyon 3 University and its downtown campus will host the conference, with a full-day (academic sessions, a visit to the museum, film showings) planned at the “Institut Lumière”, home of Auguste and Louis Lumière, who shot the first film there. >>>
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