The American School of Paris (ASP) was the first international school established in Europe, in 1946. Their mission is to provide a student-centered American education in an international setting, underlined by a philosophy of respect and responsibility. ASP offers the International Baccalaureate program and a range of Advanced Placement (AP) courses. It also has a rich technology, arts, and sports program.
With top-notch educators, modern and light-filled classrooms, state-of-the-art technology resources, spacious playing fields, two indoor gyms, theatre spaces, and a full-service cafeteria, ASP provides an exceptional environment where kids are inspired to learn.
Through the school’s popular Extension Program, also open to external students, they offer language courses and activities on Wednesdays and Saturdays and a variety of innovative camps during the major school holidays. CLICK HERE for more on ASP’s Extension Program.
2 Rue Hans List, 78290 Croissy, France
At their two campuses (Junior and Senior) located in the western suburbs of Paris in the small market town of Croissy-sur-Seine, the British School of Paris is one of the largest and longest-running British international schools in the world. Established over sixty years ago, they follow an educational program based on the National Curriculum for England and Wales and are committed to encouraging their pupils to do and give of their best.
16 Rue Margueritte, 75017 Paris, France
9 Rue Villaret de Joyeuse, 75017 Paris, France
123 Rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris, France
23 Rue de Cronstadt, 75015 Paris, France
Ecole Internationale Bilingue (EIB) Paris is a network of bilingual schools which welcomes international students of more than 70 nationalities in its co-ed and secular campuses around Paris. EIB offers a bilingual education to students from preschool (maternelle) through high school, according to the British, American and IB qualifications.
EIB’s four campuses in the 8th, 16th and 17th arrondissements follow the official program of the French Ministry of Education (hence it is sous-contrat with the government e and tuition is partially subsidized), with daily lessons in English at various levels.
EIB Victor Hugo follows an English-language, international curriculum, with daily French lessons, from pre-school through high school. Students can earn an internationally-recognized High School Diploma or IB Diploma.
Contact individual schools for further information.