5 rue de Lübeck, 75116, Paris, France
Tel: (+33) 1 40 70 12 81
Fax: (+33) 1 40 70 91 07
290 students, 2-15 yrs.
Founded in 1989, Eurécole is, by statute, a non-profit association,
and has developed a new and unique pedagogical program, based on a
balance between art, sport and studies, associated with the daily
practice of three languages: French, English and German, from Kindergarten
to secondary levels. Early learning is emphasized at all levels and
a constant interaction is applied among all the subjects.
The French national program is strengthened through other activities
such as sports, music, history of art, art and crafts, corporal
expression, chess and theater. Languages are taught as a foreign
language as well as a mother tongue. A special curriculum has been
created for foreign children who are taken care of by a tutor for
daily courses in French, in tight collaboration with the principal
teacher. Thirty-six nationalities are represented at Eurécole.
Discovery and integration of European cultures are developed through
geographical, cultural, and artistic courses, and monthly outings:
beginning in the second grade, schools exchanges and pedagogical
trips are arranged to the UK, USA and in Europe.
Individual teaching is given regularly to children who need special
reinforcement at Eurécole.
According to this pedagogy, each class size is limited to approximately
22 pupils, with a maximum of 25. Special events are held such as
children's work expositions, welcoming of foreign classes, publication
of 'Eurécolier' elaborated by the children, bookshows, open
days and a three-language show in June.
All teachers at Eurécole, French, Anglo-Saxon, German (and
Spanish in middle school), are fully qualified, most of them having
worked in different countries.
Classes are held Monday to Friday, with Wednesday afternoon free.
The school is open from 08:30 to 18:00, and half-boarding arrangements
can be made.
The Eurécole is located in the 16th district of Paris, between
Etoile and Trocadéro.
Admission is based on an individual interview with the child and