The parents association for the British Section at the Lycée-Collège international de Paris – Honoré-de-Balzac.

See below, info regarding inscriptions for 2021.

No Open day will take place this year at Balzac, see FAQs for all the information & documentation concerning the section.

 

Join Apesa

All parents in the international section share a common objective: enhance their children’s lives through sharing the language and culture of one or more sections available in the school.

Whilst the school provides a framework with formal teaching, family participation is key to bringing alive the benefits of this multi-cultural environment.

Inscriptions for rentree Sept. 2021

For those parents applying for any of the International English sections in Paris, this year, ALL inscriptions will now be done on a new plateform, housed on the Rectorat de Paris site, that will open Monday the 8th of February - the 2nd of April. This platform is for everyone applying for a cursus recrutement spécifique (Section Internationale, Chase (Sport), Cham (Music), Henri IV, Louis Le Grand, Bi-Nationale etc...) in Paris, regardless of where they currently live. See FAQ - 'the new online inscription platform' for the info sheet from the rectorat. (05/02/2021)

Lycée Honoré de Balzac

The largest state school campus in Paris, Lycée Honoré-de-Balzac offers, in addition to the normal French curriculum, international sections open to students who speak fluently and write in one of the following languages: Spanish, German, English, Arabic, Portuguese and Italian. Within this dynamic, culturally enriching international environment, these students pass the French general baccalaureate, with an international mention (Option Internationale Baccalaureate).

Visiting the campus

Tours of the school and the grounds are organised once a year at the school open day at the end of January. There will be NO Open day this year due to the procole still in place at the school for the Covid pandemic.



Lycée-Collège International de Paris Honoré de Balzac
118 Boulevard Bessières
75017, Paris FR
Telephone: 33 (0)1 53 11 12 08 (Secretary for the International Section)
email : sections.internationales@gmail.com

Directions

The campus is easily accessible by public transport (station Porte de Clichy) and is close to the Paris ring road.  Click here for more information.

Moyen de locomotion: Metro Lignes 13 et 14, RER Ligne C, Tramway Ligne 3
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