The parents association for the Anglophone Section at the Collège/Lycée  Honoré de Balzac

Annual Welcome Picnic for incoming 6ème & their famillies

Sunday 30th August - see details below



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 either through being mother-tongue or having lived in the country.

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

Summer Reading List for entry into 6ème - 2nd

This document can be found in the FAQs - Do students in the International Section have lots of homework?

Annual Welcome Picnic for incoming 6ème & their famillies

Sunday, 30 August 2020, 12:30 to 15:30

Parc Clichy-Batignolles - Martin Luther-King Paris 17

(Metro Brochant, Porte de Clichy, Tram Porte de Clichy,

Bus Parc Martin Luther King  31, 66, 163)

Meeting beside the  jets d’eau, where there should be some shade.

Bring lunch and a blanket.


It’s always nice for the kids to know there will be plenty of friendly faces on their first day.

And this is the park where they hang out after school, so it’s good to get the lay of the land.


Lycée Honoré de Balzac

The largest public 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 or 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 our Open day. Sadly the Open day planned for Saturday 7th March 2020 was cancelled as a preventative measure for the Coronavirus.

Lycée-Collège International de Paris Honoré de Balzac
118 Boulevard Bessières
75017, Paris FR
Téléphone: 01 53 11 12 08 (Secretary for the International Section)
email :


The campus is easily accessible by public transit, including RATP Transit buses, and the ring road. Street parking is available at city rates. Click here for more public transit information.

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