international high school for expats Paris

In the previous article, we started to list the best international and bilingual schools in Paris for expatriates. As you know, there are a number of them, so it required writing a second article on the subject. And yes, Paris Relocation Service is a relocation agency that goes after things! There are excellent schools outside Paris as you can see … so if you decide to live in the west of Paris, do not panic, there is the choice (And yes we often choose the school in depending on its location, especially when you are an expatriate). With all this information, all you need to do is choose the one that best suits your children and your family.

American School of Paris (ASP)

Located in Saint-Cloud, this private school welcomes children from kindergarten to high school and offers an “Advanced Placement” program for those who will continue their studies abroad. www.asparis.org/

It is located at 41 Pasteur Street in Saint-Cloud
Bus access by a service of the ASP
Website: www.asparis.org/

British School of Paris (BSP)

This English school teaches children from 3 to 18 years old and follows the traditional pattern of British instruction that prepares for public exams and university admissions.

Address of the primary school: 2, Hans List Street, in Croissy-sur-Seine
High School Address: 38, Quai de L’Excluse, in Croissy-sur-Seine
Access: Saint Germain en Laye station (RER A)
More info on www.britishschool.fr

College and International High School of Saint-Germain-en-Laye

As its name suggests, this college / high school International is in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, and welcomes children from primary to high school.

Address: 2, rue du Fer à Cheval, in Saint Germain en Laye
Access: RER A – Saint Germain en Laye
More information on: www.lycee-international.ac-versailles.fr

Marymount International School

Located in Neuilly-sur-Seine, this international school (private and catholic) is the oldest in Paris. It welcomes children from kindergarten to college.

It is located at 72, boulevard de la Saussaye in Neuilly-sur-Seine
Metro access: Pont de Levallois-Bécon (M3)
For more information: www.marymount.fr

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