Schools & Organizations


 

Uzzan, Susan

Directrice Administrative

info@montessori-paris.com

75007 Paris

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Bilingual Montessori School of Paris

www.montessori-paris.com

01 45 55 13 27

65 quai d'Orsay, 75007, Paris

Founded in 1972, The Bilingual Montessori School of Paris is an international, multicultural, bilingual school dedicated to guiding and nurturing childrens' full development by providing a learning atmosphere that promotes peace, harmony and respect based upon Montessori principles of education.


 

Comfort, Carolyn

Head of Preschool, Lennen Bilingual School

75007 PARIS

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Lennen Bilingual School

www.lennenbilingual.com

The Lennen Bilingual School was founded in 1960. It includes a Preschool located in the American Church in Paris, a Toddler section on Rue St. Dominique, and a Primary School located on rue de Grenelle. It offers students aged 2 years through 10 years a completely bilingual (French/American) program in an international setting. The program is an immersion program where students are exposed to equal amounts of French and English during the day.


 

Helaili, Carleen

Associate Director for Curriculum

Professional Development & Accreditation

41 rue Pasteur, Saint Cloud, 92210

chelaili@asparis.fr

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American School of Paris

admissions@asparis.fr

The American School of Paris believes that a high quality education is a basic human right of all children. Including students with diverse learning needs is fundamental to who we are and how we build a compassionate and rich learning community. Therefore, ASP is committed to well-designed, research based and thoughtfully implemented teaching and learning practices that embrace a wide variety of learning differences.


 

Helène MARQUET

Head of the Secondary School

info@kingsworth.fr

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Kingsworth International School

www.kingsworth.fr

Kingsworth Bilingual Primary and Secondary School offers a bilingual education in French and English. All the students take are taught in an even split of 50% English and 50% French. The school caters for children aged between 5 and 11 years, of any nationality, and applies the English and French national programmes tailored to the needs of children in a bilingual and international context.


 

38, quai de l'Ecluse

78290 Croissy-sur-Seine

01 34 80 45 96

registrar@britishschool.fr

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British School of Paris

www.britishschool.fr

Our aim is to enable all of our students to achieve their personal best and to fulfill their potential. We achieve this by developing different learning styles and by reinforcing a belief in themselves that they can succeed. To assist this goal, we try to cater for additional educational support requirements wherever possible. The Learning support team works closely with Pastoral and Academic colleagues to ensure that a united, caring whole-school approach is maintained at all times. We acknowledge that it is the responsibility of everyone in the School to ensure that those with greatest differences are integrated, celebrated and catered for.


 

72, Boulevard de la Saussaye

92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine

01 24 46 10 51

admissions@marymount.fr

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Marymount School

www.marymount.fr

Marymount Paris is an outstanding private school for children aged 2 to 14. We are the oldest international school in France, and have a rich history of inclusion and diversity, offering a warm welcome to children from a wide range of countries, cultures and religions. Our ethos is founded on Catholic values, which underpin daily life at Marymount. Our international parent body offers exceptional support to those who are new to Paris. The Parent-Teacher Organization also leads enrichment and social activities throughout the year. Children benefit from a dedicated French lesson every day and Francophones follow the French National Curriculum program of language study. We encourage children to speak in both languages as much as possible.


N.B. : School memberships are 150 euros for the academic year. Each school is allowed three representatives to attend meetings, receive emails and information. These people will also be listed on the SPRINT Schools Membership list. Schools do not have voting rights for the administration of SPRINT.

If you are a school and are interested in joining SPRINT, place contact our secretary for more information on the benefits of our partnerships : michelle.bennani-smires@orange.fr